EA offers the fellowship highlighted below, which was created to develop and shape the future leaders of our industry. The fellowship honors EA’s founder, Dr. Loren Jensen, who is still active in helping to shape the success of our organization.
Jensen – Johns Hopkins University Fellowship/Internship—Named for EA’s founder and chairman, Dr. Loren Jensen, this program with the Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering (DoGEE) supports environmental engineering students in their masters program. Applications for the Jensen Fellowship are made through the University. Fellows receive a tuition grant and stipend; they complete two semesters of course work at Johns Hopkins University and finish their degree requirements with a 6-month internship at EA. (Click to View the Jensen Fellowship Details). An article published in Johns Hopkins Magazine Summer 2007 edition discusses the Fellowship opportunity, including a testimonial from an awardee who soon after became an EA employee. (Click to View Article)
Majors/concentrations, academic division, grades, and origin institution are listed for individuals selected under our Special Programs: President’s Selections (full-time undergraduate and master’s level), Jensen Fellowship, interns, and Drexel Co-Op. We are seeking candidates who will not only bring new knowledge to EA, but who also have the potential to apply their know-how collaboratively and passionately to real-world, client issues.
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