Since the 1990’s, M.E. GROUP has facilitated an internship program for college students; a program built to guide and mentor future leaders. As of the summer of 2018, M.E. GROUP has 12 full-time employees who took part in a company internship. An opportunity where questions are encouraged and daily engagement with professionals is the norm, an internship with us is where a career is begun.

Take a look at the profiles of this summer’s interns.

James Gormley

  • Sophomore at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
  • Major: Mechanical Engineering
  • Hometown: Westminster, Colorado

A building intern in our Denver office, James’ draw to engineering stems from the potential to change the world through new designs. He also appreciates the ability of gaining a greater understanding of the world and how things work together. During his internship James looks forwards to learning about design process and the different ways in which a building and its components affect inhabitants. The client management side also appeals to James, as he looks forward to witnessing how companies interact with their clientele.




Erika Hunzeker

  • Senior at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Major: Mechanical Engineering
  • Hometown: Tecumseh, NE

A mechanical intern at our Lincoln office, Erika’s pull to engineering comes from the potential to help people by using math. As a hands-on learner, Erika learns by doing and is drawn to the concrete ways that Engineering can help people in the real world.






Ryan Jones

  • Senior at Raypec High School
  • Hometown: Peculiar, MO

Ryan is a part of our Kansas City branch this summer as a Drafting/Mechanical intern. A team player, Ryan is interested in producing a physical object that can be appreciated by others. Ryan is looking forward to a hands-on internship so he can gain a better understanding of the design process.






Jenna Kor

  • Junior at Kansas State University
  • Major: Architectural Engineering
  • Hometown: Olathe, Kansas

As an electrical intern in Kansas City, Jenna looks forward to learning more about the new and interesting challenges that engineering presents. Jenna enjoys the problem-solving aspect of engineering and figuring out how to overcome challenges. She is excited to learn more about what she hopes will be her future career and to get a feel for building systems integration.





Michael Smith

  • Senior at the University of Kansas
  • Major: Architectural Engineering
  • Hometown: Leawood, KS

Michael is an all-around Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing intern for M.E. Group in the Kansas City office. He is fascinated by and would like to dive deeper into the makeup of large scale buildings. During his internship he hopes to become more familiar with the different elements that make a building function and how the different systems all fit into place.