Engineer-In-Training (EIT) Program
For young engineers looking to jumpstart their careers, MDOT offers the Engineer-In-Training (EIT) program. Through the EIT program, entry level engineers are able to apply knowledge and skills learned in college while working under the supervision of a Professional Engineer.
To be considered for MDOT's EIT program, applicants must have a certificate of registration as an Engineer-Intern and a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from an ABET accredited college or university.
Depending on availability, an EIT is provided with a choice on where they would like to be placed.
Divisions available to an EIT include:
- Right of Way
- Roadway Design
- Traffic Engineering
- District Office
- Project Office
Information Systems Program
The Information Systems Division is responsible for ensuring the business goals and initiatives for MDOT have a strategy that is sound in technology, ultimately becoming a beneficial and operational business process and decision support team for its employees. Our focus is to find new solutions that better serve our customer, the MDOT employee. Information Systems offers a progressive, high tech environment that offers individual and career development, meaningful work and work-life balance.
Information Systems Supports MDOT's Mission by Developing Solutions
- Business Intelligence
- Software and Web Development
- Geographical Information Systems
- Network Operations and Support
- CADD Development, Maintenance and Support
- 2 Data Centers with High Availability
- Connectivity to 3 Campuses in Jackson, 6 District Offices and 28 Project Offices Statewide
- Approximately 3,500 Users