The Dirt at KFW
Jared Sanchez first heard of KFW Engineers & Surveying when volunteering at the annual UTSA Engineering BBQ Cook Off. Jared had recalled his interaction with KFW when it came time to submit applications for internships. Jared started his internship in February 2021, progressing to full-time in January 2022 after receiving his degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio. According to Jared, he immediately felt like a member of the KFW family, which speaks volumes about the kind of people and culture the company fosters.
Thank you for joining us at the KFW Foundation 6th Annual Golf Benefit! Together, we are able to join Morgan’s Inclusion Initiative’s mission to “improve the quality of life for individuals of all ages and all abilities through initiatives that produce fully-inclusive, Ultra-AccessibleTM experiences.”
KFW was one of the first places Ashlee applied to upon her graduation. Ashlee had interned at two other civil engineering firms, but when she came in to interview and tour the building, she was drawn in by the KFW people and the culture of KFW. She enjoyed how her interview questions were more about her personality and personal strengths. She recalls how her interviewer said, “I really think you’ll fit perfectly here!”