The strength of a firm, in large part, can be measured by the professional performance and personal satisfaction of the people it employs. At Kohler Ronan, we are committed to maintaining a positive, supportive working environment that fosters creativity, innovation and excellence in design and engineering. We encourage independent thought while providing the support of a strong collaborative team and all its members. We continually seek to educate and challenge our staff on each and every project. And on each and every project Kohler Ronan meets the challenge by providing the highest quality in design and unparalleled client service.

Kohler Ronan welcomes contact from talented, motivated and dedicated individuals who enjoy challenging work and who thrive in a team environment. Prospective employees should forward a resume and cover letter to either of our locations.

2017 Summer Internship Program

Kohler Ronan is dedicated to attracting creative, highly motivated individuals to join our Firm. The same is true of the engineering students we seek to attract for our mechanical and electrical engineering internships. The internship programs are offered in both our Danbury, CT and New York, NY offices from Monday, June 5 to Friday, August 11, 2017. During the 10-week period, interns will learn from experienced senior engineers at the forefront of their fields. They will work on challenging projects and be exposed to some of the latest in industry technology.

The program is open to graduate students and undergraduates in their junior or senior year of an electrical or mechanical engineering program at an accredited college or university. To be considered for this opportunity, interested students are invited to consult the application requirements provided below and complete and return the Kohler Ronan Summer Internship Application by April 3, 2017. We regret that applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Summer Internship Program Requirements & Application

Kohler Ronan is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants must provide proof of legal authorization to work in the United States.