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INDOT’S Graduate Engineer Development Program (GEDP) is the next step after graduation. This outstanding training program is designed to immerse the graduate civil engineer in the culture of INDOT. The one-year rotational program includes rotations working at Central Office in Indianapolis and in an INDOT District Office. The program can be made longer or shorter based on participant interests and past experience.
Participants in this program will:
During the program, participants will gain years of experience in a matter of weeks. This outstanding training program is designed to immerse the graduate civil engineer in the culture on INDOTOne week they may be working on an active construction site – learning layout and supervising bridge construction – and the next week participants may be in a high-tech materials testing laboratory – smashing steel beams to test for strength or drilling with a huge machine to test soil quality. Participants in the Graduate Engineer Development Program will gain hands-on experience in the following areas:
After completing the Graduate Engineer Development Program, participants will work with the GEDP Coordinator to find a permanent assignment at INDOT in the location and career path that’s right for them and INDOT.
For more information regarding the Graduate Engineer Development Program watch the video or look at photos in the Media Room, read what employees have to say about the program, or read the rotation descriptions.