Posts tagged with "Internships":

Architect’s Newspaper is looking for editorial interns!

Calling all architecture writers! If you are interested in:
  • all things architecture, urbanism, and design
  • immersing yourself in a fast-paced publishing environment
  • seeing your byline attached to articles in print and online
  • unlimited espresso
…then you may be a good candidate to join the team at The Architect’s Newspaper as an editorial intern! AN is a national publication with a dynamic online presence, publishing breaking news, reviews, and features on what matters right now in the world of architecture, urbanism, and design. We’re looking for New York-based interns who will be available to work with our editorial staff in AN‘s Tribeca offices two days a week during the fall and winter. Ideal candidates will be strong writers with an eye for detail, game for covering breaking news, openings, and announcements, and knowledgeable on the basics of WordPress and Photoshop. Duties may also include fact checking, archival research, and photo research. Internships are paid on an hourly basis. Interested? Please send your resume/CV and three short (no more than 1,000 words each) writing samples to shong@archpaper.com.

Editorial Internship at The Architect’s Newspaper

Calling all archi-writer-types! If you are interested in: · all things architecture and design · immersing yourself in a fast-paced publishing environment · meeting top architects and designers · seeing your byline attached to articles in print and online · unlimited espresso ...then you may be a good candidate to join the team at The Architect's Newspaper as an editorial intern! AN is a national publication with regional editions and a dynamic online presence, covering breaking news, reviews, and features on what matters right now in the world of architecture and design. We're looking for New York-based interns available to work with our editorial staff in AN's Tribeca offices. Ideal candidates will be strong writers, game for covering events, lectures, and openings, and knowledgeable on the basics of Wordpress and Photoshop. Internships are paid on an hourly basis. Interested? Please send your resume/CV and three short (no more than 1,000 words each) writing samples to editor[at]archpaper.com.

Know Your Worth: AIA launches campaign tackling the unpaid internship

The AIA's Center for Emerging Professionals has launched a new campaign that seeks to address the issue of unpaid internships. The campaign aims to inform "all generations of architects" of the significant contributions that Emerging Professionals bring to the field as well as the value of being paid a substantial amount for one's work “That’s the legacy and history of our profession—this apprenticeship," said Klimatic Architecture principal Susan Schaefer Kliman in one of two campaign videos featured below, "but just because it’s an apprenticeship and a time where you’re still learning, doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t get paid.” The campaign page provides resources such as a direct link to the Fair Labor Standards Act, the AIA Code of Ethics, and as well as information on AIA's "intern tilting page." AIA also equipped users with a Compensation Survey Salary Calculator, a tool used to provide details on compensation information by region and firm size.   https://youtu.be/9BJEwHrpGzk https://youtu.be/GIqXw-BknYk

Five Top Firms Looking for Summer Interns

As spring rolls around, deadlines loom for coveted summer internships. AN has collected a list of five prestigious firms that are looking for their 2011 class of interns. Good luck! 1. Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP Deadline: April 4, 2011 SOM has designed some of the most iconic buildings of our time, from the John Hancock Center and the Sears Tower to Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Send your cover letter, resume and 5-8 work samples (8.5” x 11”) to SOM’s Human Resources Department at 14 Wall Street, 24th Floor, New York, NY 10005. Only hard copy submissions will be considered. 2. Gensler Deadline: rolling Gensler is offering several internships in architecture, interior design, marketing, graphics and planning in Dallas, Newport Beach, San Diego, LA, Denver, Houston, and Morristown, NJ offices. Most of the internships listed online are accepting students enrolled in professional degree programs only, but check the qualifications on the company’s career website. 3. Perkins+Will Deadline: April 22 for architecture internships in Atlanta and NYC, but deadlines are specific to each types of internship. Perkins+Will’s portfolio includes Chase Tower in Chicago and Antilia in Mumbai, a 27-story structure that’s one of the most expensive personal homes in the world. The firm’s paid internship program currently has five openings in interiors, architecture and urban design+landscape architecture. The internships are based out of in their Atlanta and NYC offices. Submit one complete PDF with a cover letter, resume, and up to a total of three pages of design examples no larger than 4MB through the company’s website. 4. HOK Deadline: rolling HOK has openings for summer architectural interns in its St. Louis and Chicago offices. Interns will have to opportunity to 2D and 3D presentation/design drawings, and create models/project boards for client and project team review. According to the website, the full-time summer internships are generally paid. The firm also offers a sustainable design internship program. Apply online. 5. OMA Deadline: rolling Last week, OMA announced two new internship opportunities. The Dutch firm is looking for a business development intern and a model shop intern for their Rotterdam office. They also have model shop and architectural internships available in their New York office. Internships in both departments are paid.