Early College Students:
These Webinars are For You!

Have you heard about transportation engineering and planning?

Join us this spring for a free webinar series offering an educational look into the transportation planning and engineering profession, and learn how you too could positively impact how people travel within a community.

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Early College Students:
These Webinars are For You!

Have you heard about transportation engineering and planning?

Join us this spring for a free webinar series offering an educational look into the transportation planning and engineering profession, and learn how you too could positively impact how people travel within a community.

Webinars Start in...

Day(s)

:

Hour(s)

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Minute(s)

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Second(s)

Register today
to learn about careers as a
transportation engineer & planner.

Schedule of Webinars

We will build on our November 2020 offering – What Do Transportation Engineers & Planners Do. Watch that recording here. Each webinar will include a 30-minute presentation and a 30-minute conversation, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and converse with current professionals. We hope to see you there!

The Project Lifecycle

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING & PLANNING (WEBINAR 1 OF 3)

Explore the typical phases of transportation planning and design projects from ideas through conception.

April 14, 2021 | 5-6 PM PDT

Public & Private Sector

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING & PLANNING (WEBINAR 2 OF 3)

Discover the similarities and differences in the careers of transportation engineers and planners for both the public and private sectors.

April 28, 2021 | 5-6 PM PDT

Career Opportunities & Next Steps

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING & PLANNING (WEBINAR 3 OF 3)

Learn career paths within the transportation industry, valuable degrees, and suggestions for gaining exposure to the industry.

May 12, 2021 | 5-6 PM PDT

Did You Miss Our November 2020 Webinar?

WHAT DO TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS & PLANNERS DO?

 

 Watch The Recording Anytime

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING & PLANNING
(WEBINAR 1 OF 3)

The Project Lifecycle

April 14, 2021
5-6 PM PDT

Explore the typical phases of transportation planning and design projects from ideas through conception.

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING & PLANNING
(WEBINAR 2 OF 3)

Public & Private Sector

April 28, 2021
5-6 PM PDT

Discover the similarities and differences in the careers of transportation engineers and planners for both the public and private sectors.

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING & PLANNING
(WEBINAR 3 OF 3)

Career Opportunities & Next Steps

May 12, 2021
5-6 PM PDT

Learn career paths within the transportation industry, valuable degrees, and suggestions for gaining exposure to the industry.

DID YOU MISS OUR LAST WEBINAR?

What Do Transportation Engineers & Planners Do?

Watch the Recording
Anytime

What Do Transportation Engineers and Planners Do?

Q&A

Join us as the webinars for answers to these questions and more!

The Project Lifecycle - Webinar 1
  • Does your work in the private sector end at a recommendation or do you facilitate implementing the recommendation too?
  • What are some ways that a transportation firm interacts with the community to learn about their needs?
  • What’s the typical process for a project at Fehr & Peers?
Public & Private Sector - Webinar 2
  • How does transportation planning and engineering differ between the private sector and public sector?
  • What is a typical day like in the private sector and public sector?
  • What is some advice for considering career opportunities in the private sector or public sector?
Career Opportunities & Next Steps - Webinar 3
  • Are there specializations within transportation?
  • What are some of the most important skills that planners and engineering should acquire to enter the field?
  • How can I get started in gaining transportation experience?

Overview

At Fehr & Peers, we value industry participation and understand that a career in transportation planning offers opportunities to make meaningful impacts on how individuals experience travel within their communities. Career Insights began as a webinar-based forum for up-and-coming transportation consultants to learn more about the industry and have some of their burning questions answered. From program’s start in 2016, we committed to making sure those answers were unfiltered—objective, transparent, and unbiased. With that spirit in mind, our program now offers webinars, training programs, and resources to students at various points in their careers. Students have the opportunity to learn from and talk to both Fehr & Peers professionals and other industry representatives outside of the company. We look forward to connecting with you!

Meet the Panelists

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Delia Votsch

Schools: University
Degrees: BS of Civil Engineering

Why Transportation?
I saw the potential to improve the built environment and solve exciting and complex problems.

Seth Contreras

Schools: Community College and Universities
Degrees: BS in Civil Engineering
MS in Transportation Engineering
PhD in Transportation Planning

Why Transportation?
I attended a meeting with Boeing aerospace engineers at my local 24-Hour Fitness gym in high school. After my first internship with the Traffic Engineering Department at the City of Santa Ana, CA, I was hooked. I vividly recall my first day on the job, seeing the City’s traffic management center in person and the video screens of live traffic: not to mention, to me, transportation professionals are friendly and “cool” people.

Emily Alice Gerhart

Schools: University
Degrees: BS in Community & Regional Development

Why Transportation?
 I took a class on urban planning in college and learned how transportation impacts quality-of-life outcomes for communities.

Sarah Chan

Schools: University
Degrees: BS in Civil Engineering with a specialization in Transportation

Why Transportation?
To be able to positively impact the Bay Area communities she grew up in.

Melissa Jones

Schools: University
Degrees: BA in Urban Studies
MA in Urban Planning

 

Miguel Núñez

Schools: University
Degrees: BA in Political Science
MA in Urban Planning

Why Transportation?
I grew up walking and biking to school in the suburbs of Los Angeles and was drawn to contrasting experiences with day-to-day transportation, economic development, social networks, and the built environment while visiting family in the US and Mexico.

Nikki Silva

Schools: University
Degrees: BS Civil Engineering in Transportation

Why Transportation?
From a young age, I was fascinated by bridges and tunnels and how they assist with moving people from place to place. I also have always enjoyed traveling and checking out all the different transportation options!

Daniel Dye

Schools: University
Degrees: BS and MS in Civil Engineering

Why Transportation?
I have always been interested in how our transportation system works (or does not) for everyone.

Terence Zhao

Schools: University
Degrees: BA in Urban Studies
Masters in Sociology

Why Transportation?
Growing up in Los Angeles, I developed an interest in urban planning from seeing the positive changes brought about from the city’s expanding Metro system. .

Carly Sieff

Schools: University
Degrees: BA in Urban Studies & Science & Society
MA of City and Regional Planning

Why Transportation?
I became interested in transportation after biking across the country one summer in college, seeing the breadth of bicycle infrastructure in communities across the country.

Kristen Villanueva

Schools: University
Degrees: BA in Civil Engineering
MS in Transportation Engineering
MS of City Planning

 

Karina Schneider

Schools: University
Degrees: BS in Political Science
MS in Urban and Regional Planning

Why Transportation?

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