Underground Professional

Underground Professionals

Get Involved: Impact the Future Workforce of Underground Engineers

Contributing your selections of papers, presentations, videos, and case studies, helps ensure that professors and students have access to the most relevant and innovative projects in underground engineering. Your materials will help students gain the problem-solving and technical skills essential to careers in the underground.

Contribute Materials
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Get on campus

Speak to
engineering students

Strengthen connections, share knowledge, inspire students. Join our list of guest speakers and get on campus to teach the valuable lessons that will encourage students to pursue a career in the underground.

Be a Speaker

Everything is different in the underground industry. You're a creative problem solver who has to think on their feet. You will see more in one day than others will see in their whole career.

Matt Evans Engineer Professor at Oregon State University
Student tunnel tours

Bring students
underground: offer a tunnel tour

Invite engineering students underground and inspire their career choice. Hosting small groups of university students to explore tunneling projects allows companies to showcase work and build valuable connections with the next generation engineers.

Join our Tunnel Tour List

Share your story with us

We're helping students get a better picture of what a career int he underground can look like. We know there are a multitude of opportunities in the field, and we'd like to share as many as possible. Tell us your story so we can inspire the next generation of underground professionals.

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Jes Barron, Instructor at U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Learn how he got involved in the industry

Post a career or internship opportunity

If your organization has openings available, share them on our site.

Career opportunity form