SALISBURY — During a time when many college students received disheartening news regarding their anticipated summer internships, Becker Morgan Group remained steadfast in their commitments and welcomed three interns for the 2020 summer.

Principal Brad Hastings, AIA, LEED AP, commented on the importance of bringing on these students, “Internships are a part of the fabric of Becker Morgan Group, a third of our current leadership began as interns for the firm. We view these positions not only as learning and development opportunities for each student, but also our staff, and we are proud to be able to continue to offer these impactful experiences.”

Heather Chidel, a rising junior engineering student at the University of Delaware, joins the firm’s Newark, Delaware office as a civil intern. She is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Alpha Omega Epsilon sorority. As a sorority member, she enjoys supporting initiatives focused on exposing young girls to technical professions. In her free time, she loves watching sports and enjoying the beach!

Ryan Shaffer joins the firm’s engineering department in Dover, Delaware for the summer. He is a rising senior at the University of Delaware, where he is studying Civil Engineering. He is an active member of the Sigma Phi Delta engineering fraternity, where he supports philanthropic initiatives while gaining valuable exposure into the civil engineering industry. Ryan enjoys wakeboarding, scuba diving, and snowboarding outside of the classroom.

Zach Levy is an architectural intern in the firm’s Salisbury office. He anticipates graduation in the spring of 2021 with a Bachelor of Architecture degree and a minor in Real Estate. Zach served as the Vice President of Tulane’s Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity, where he learned essential leadership skills. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf.

Becker Morgan Group provides comprehensive Architecture & Engineering services with offices in Delaware, Maryland, and North Carolina. For more information, visit

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