Intern-al Review: Madison Johnson

Starting in the Workforce Development Program, Madison, is back as an engineering intern while working toward his Bachelor's in civil engineering from Howard University.

What would you like to do with your degree?

Eventually become a PE and start my own construction company.

Why did you choose to intern with VEIC/DCSEU?

I worked with DCSEU in their workforce development program and really enjoyed my time there. I sw this opportunity and decided to apply.

What are you most excited for during your fellowship here at VEIC/DCSEU?

I’m excited to work with Howard University again. I was placed in the university’s sustainability office with WFD and now I’m partnering with them again as a member of VEIC/DCSEU.

How do you hope to use your experience here in your future pursuits?

I hope my experiences I gain here actually continue after this internship. The work I’m doing is extremely helpful to my former university and I’m glad to be able to make an impact outside of just repping my school and hoping for the best.

What is your craziest skill?

My craziest skill would be adding, subtracting and multiplying numbers in my head. Its been a skill I’ve had since I was little. My mom would call me her human calculator.

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