With the summer season fast approaching, WME's internship programme will be back in action for 2020.

We immerse our selected interns into real and active projects from around the world so that they can fully understand what it takes to be a pioneering engineer. Not only will you be putting your learned key skills to the test, but you will also gain invaluable knowledge from our award winning engineering teams.

Some fundamentals that we look for in our interns:

  • Strong drive to succeed and good communication skills
  • Team player attitude with the drive to learn and support others
  • Excellent written and verbal English communication skills
  • A positive, “can-do” attitude and your motivation to learn, contribute and achieve will add value to your application
  • Effective presentation skills, ability to cope with changing environments, planning and organisational skills, quality and detail orientation are a plus

Meet Genevieve Graham

Genevieve Graham is WME’s newest intern and is based in the Dubai office. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri in the United States, Gen lived in Muscat for a year before finally settling in Dubai to complete her studies.

With a strong academic background and a love for reading, Gen achieved her initial degree in English Literature. Now her pursuits are a purely focussed on Civil Engineering as she studies at The American University in Dubai.

Due to graduate in April 2020, Gen is using her time at WME to gain valuable ‘real life’ experience within a leading engineering consultancy, with hopes of finding her most comfortable position within the project pipeline.

“I’m really trying to figure out where I fit in within the construction scene of Dubai. At WME, I want to learn the basics of the structural design process—from concept to construction to completion.” – said Genevieve whilst speaking with Marketing Director, Bradly Holdsworth.

What would you say to students thinking about an internship with WME?

Do it!

What are your career ambitions?

I want to be part of creating buildings that people can enjoy and carry out their lives in!

How do you plan to change the world!?

Not sure about the world, but hopefully I can change a city or two by helping create structures that positively impact the lives of those who use them.

Would you like to become an intern?