Ulliman Schutte Construction offers valuable work experience, career growth opportunities, and highly competitive compensation packages for college students participating in our Cooperative Education and Internship Programs.
Discovering and Developing the Best of the Best
Ulliman Schutte relies upon our Co-op and Intern programs to help US identify and develop the next generation of company leaders. Over the course of several working semesters (or quarters), the programs allow US to discover more about each student's aptitude, strengths, and desires. In turn, the student learns about engineered construction and water quality while working for an industry leader. This two-way learning experience ultimately leads to a group of construction professionals who are ideally suited for our industry and our company and represent the "best of the best".
As a member of one of Ulliman Schutte's student programs, each semester you will participate in some important aspect of our operations. In each role, you will serve as a fully productive member of the Ulliman Schutte team, assigned to complete vital tasks under the guidance of a senior team member. As you build your knowledge and abilities, you will be gradually assigned more technically challenging tasks.
Want to know more? Visit our Career Opportunities page for a list of our university recruiting events we will be attending.
Over 90% of Ulliman Schutte's project estimators, managers, engineers, and executives began their careers in our student programs.
Two-term Ulliman Schutte project co-op, Kenna Powell, enjoys the fast-paced environment of a project site. "Everyone is super friendly and willing to teach you if you are willing to learn.”
"After my co-op terms with Ulliman Schutte, I know that this is the career I want for the rest of my life," said Aaron Organiscak, an Environmental Engineering student from the University of Cincinnati.
Ulliman Schutte recruits from a broad variety of schools to identify and source our next generation of project engineers, managers, superintendents, and executive leaders.