Our mentorship program assists and encourages entry level and junior engineers in improving and developing their engineering skills, through the formal and informal mentoring and guidance of senior and experienced engineers within each studio.
We are committed to providing all of our employees and applicants equal opportunity employment, without regard to race, sex, creed or religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation or preference, gender identity, age, marital status, disability which can be reasonably accommodated, veteran status, citizenship status, or any classification protected by law.
We are an equal opportunity employer, in accordance with federal, state, and local laws. We recognize and acknowledge individuals solely based on their contributions and accomplishments. Through implementation of this policy, it is our intent to provide full employment opportunities in recruitment, offer of employment, promotion, termination, and compensation.
This 12-month fellowship provides a recent graduate with the opportunity to work on various restoration, rehabilitation, and preservation projects at the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 27 sites nationwide and work at Silman as a structural engineer. Projects at the Trust may involve master planning, condition assessments, consultant team selection, technical research, materials conservation methods, preventive and corrective maintenance, contract documents, bidding and negotiation practices, contractor selection, job site administration, and distribution of grant funds.