Citnalta is excited to welcome our six 2022 summer interns!
For nearly ten years, Citnalta has made it a priority to bring on summer interns who are interested in learning more about the construction industry and Citnalta’s multifaceted role in it. We match our interns with a project that suits their interests and college majors and over the course of the summer we mentor, encourage, and challenge them to expand their skillsets. At the end of the program, each intern will present to the Citnalta team on a topic specific to their assigned project.
Several employees who have been with Citnalta for many years began their time with us as summer interns – a trend we are proud of and look forward to continuing.
Michael Baccari just graduated from Binghamton University with an engineering degree and plans to achieve his master’s degree next year. He is excited to learn more about sitework and how a project is run day-to-day at the Lehman College project.
Ryan Conlon will be starting his senior year as a civil engineering major at Manhattan College. He chose his major because he has always been interested in how things are built, and he wanted a major that was both challenging and rewarding. He has joined the team at the 116th Precinct project.
Zaeem Hussain joins us from Stony Brook University where he will be staring his junior year as a civil engineering major in the autumn. He chose his major because he has always had a talent for math and an interest in how bridges and tunnels are built. He is looking forward to being onsite at the 3K 376Q project and picking the brains of those who have years of practical engineering experience
Patrick VanWickler comes to us from Quinnipiac University where he is a civil engineering major. He is excited to see the progress made at the PS 47 site over the course of the summer before beginning his senior year this fall
Nicky Robins joins our 14th Street Station team from Purdue University where he will be starting his junior year in the fall. He wanted to join our team at Citnalta because he is interested in exploring different disciplines within civil engineering and to get a better understanding of the work he may encounter in his future career.