The past year has brought sweeping changes to the way we all operate. Though some aspects remain consistent, the dangers of Covid-19 and highlighted racial inequities are still driving us to connect in ways that are both new and different. Since its inception, CERM's Job Shadow Program has been connecting and preparing young people to face the ever-changing A/E/C industry landscape.​​


We are STILL seeking highly motivated students who are interested in the engineering, environmental, and program management fields to apply for our virtual Job Shadow Program. During this three-part series, high-school and college students are invited to meet engineers, scientists, and technical specialists, business owners leading the transportation, energy and water utility, environmental management, and facilities markets.

The series will be hosted virtually from CERM's Corporate Headquarters in Atlanta. There are 20 available slots for each session. Registration is open to all students nationwide. 


If you would like to join us, please click below to sign up!

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About our
Job Shadowing Program

Community Service is a pillar of our value system. Since the company’s inception, CERM has hosted various iterations of our job shadowing program. At these events local high school, undergrad, and graduate students spend time in interactive sessions with employees and business partners to gain experience in engineering, environmental, and program management fields and learn more about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) related career options.


CERM’s program serves as an important educational tool to positively impact students' decision making around career planning while enhancing their academic experience. It also gives participants a platform to develop professional relationships with peers and industry influencers. Currently, CERM serves about 45 students each year and has plans to expand the program. 

Our objective is to support workforce development initiatives in the communities we serve by leveraging CERM's technical and project delivery capabilities as an Engineering and Program Management firm with market standing in the transportation, government, energy, corporate and education sectors. Several Shadowing Program participants have completed their studies and are now working in STEM-related markets across the U.S. for multinational organizations, governments, and small businesses such as CERM.  Our expectation of graduates is that they become productive members of society and their respective communities while supporting similar STEM initiatives in communities where they serve.  Our wish is to foster more diversity in this industry by developing a pipeline of engineers and scientists from underserved communities. 

For more information about this program or to partner with CERM in these initiatives, contact Bianca Frails at