Campus Connections

TLC Can Guide You on the Road to Results

The knowledge you are gaining on campus is the groundwork for building practical skills. TLC interns and graduate engineers work in partnership with our design staff to get a real world glimpse into what it takes to be a professional consulting engineer. Successful careers are advanced by learning, applying, excelling and achieving.

As a member of the TLC Team, you will:

LEARN creative design methods under the guidance of tenured professionals using the latest cutting-edge technology.  Be immersed in the excitement of designing projects using all the elements of engineering.

APPLY your skills in a team environment on a variety of projects, from healthcare facilities to commercial buildings, while discovering the nuances of energy modeling, sustainable design and commissioning. Build a sustainable future, as you engineer your way from schematic design to site visits.

EXCEL in your career through continuous learning and active participation in trade associations. Earn credentials such as EI, CxA, LEED GA and PE, while you build competence and self-confidence.

ACHIEVE your goals! Career progression is made possible through informal mentoring, TLC University participation and continuing educational opportunities. Several senior staff progressed through the ranks from intern to professional engineering and leadership roles.

If you are an intern or grad seeking an exciting opportunity with a competitive salary, start engineering your career by clicking here!

TLC is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, dedicated to Workforce Diversity. EOE/M/F/IWD/V - Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. TLC participates in E-Verify. Note to Employment Agencies: Please do not forward agency resumes. TLC is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

 

"We have a dynamic mix of people with various personalities and backgrounds that work together cohesively. On a weekly basis we are encouraged to participate in company sponsored training, in which we can openly discuss topics and share ideas." 

Christine Brown, Jacksonville,
TLC Team Member

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