Meet Barton Associates’ 2023 Interns

We are pleased to introduce and welcome Barton Associates’ interns Emma Evans-Nolet, Elizabeth Duffy, Clayton Geisel, Jonathan Wyrick and Elizabeth Hargrove to the team!

“We are thrilled to have this great group of students join our team” said Michael S. Rader, PE, CEM, President and CEO, “We look forward to providing real-world experience and industry knowledge to help them in applying what they are learning in school to actual career opportunities.”

Our Interns

Emma Evans-Nolet
Emma is a senior at Duke University studying Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Energy and the Environment. She is part of the on-campus service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, and a member of the club team, Duke Club Taekwondo. This summer Emma will be at our Pittsburgh office serving as a Mechanical Intern.

Elizabeth Duffy
Elizabeth just completed her junior year at Penn State University. At Penn State, she studies Architectural Engineering with a focus in Lighting and Electrical Design. Outside of school, she enjoys baking, traveling, and reading. She has been an Intern at our State College office for the past couple of months and will transfer to our Pittsburgh office for the summer.

Clayton Geisel
Clayton just completed his 4th year at Penn State University. At Penn State, he studies Architectural Engineering with a focus in Electrical Engineering. Outside of being an engineering student, Clayton is heavily involved with the Penn State Blue Band as a drumline member and Penn State THON as a Dancer Relations captain. This summer he will be an Electrical Intern at our York office.

Jonathan Wyrick
Jonathan just completed his junior year at Messiah University. At Messiah, he studies Mechanical Engineering with an Electrical Engineering minor. During his free time, he enjoys running, hiking, disc golf, and other outside activities. At college, he is a cross country and track and field team member. This summer he will serve as a Mechanical Intern at our York Office.

Elizabeth Hargrove
Elizabeth was an Intern last summer and will join our State College again this summer as an Electrical Intern. Elizabeth just completed her junior year at Messiah University. At Messiah she studies Electrical Engineering.

Our internship and co-op program is designed to give students the most real world experience possible. Our ur program is tailored to each student’s specific interests and desired career path in mechanical, plumbing, electrical, or lighting design. Every intern is paired with a senior engineer in their area of interest that will act as a mentor and guide them through their daily activities. Typical job assignments will include project surveys, project specific design tasks, attending project meetings, building information modeling and participating in shop drawing reviews and job-site inspections. Learn more>

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