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2024 Student Intern - Architecture Healthcare

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  • The ideal candidate for the role of 2024 Student Intern - Architecture Healthcare at HGA should possess a Bachelor of Architecture degree, preferably with a Master’s degree, and have experience working on small- to large-scale projects. Proficiency in graphic tools such as Revit, AutoCAD, and SketchUp, along with a commitment to pursuing Architectural registration, is also required.
  • The 2024 Student Intern - Architecture Healthcare at HGA will be responsible for developing concepts, ensuring quality control, reviewing documents for compliance, communicating progress and issues, maintaining project documents, working towards architectural registration, collaborating with team members, and performing construction administration duties.

Summer Internship

Architecture & Urban PlanningMilwaukee


  • We have excellent summer opportunities for students who wish to gain hands-on experience in an architectural/engineering/interior design environment. Paid summer internships will be 10 - 12 weeks beginning on or before June 3, 2024 (some flexibility is available).
  • This is an exciting opportunity for a talented Student Intern to join our Healthcare practice group, working on a variety of projects throughout the country. At HGA we work to foster an environment where diversity of thought, background and experience creates new energy. Through your curiosity, tenacity, creativity and unique insights you can make an impact every day. That impact is felt by your colleagues, by our clients, and by those who inhabit the spaces we create.
  • The position requires excellent communication, time management and technical skills as you will work closely with Senior Project Architects and Project Managers developing non-routine and complex design concepts in a manner responsive to the client's needs and deadlines. The candidate will also have multiple opportunities for client interaction and will help our team maintain a commitment to design and quality for all types of projects.


  • Bachelor of Architecture degree; Master’s degree preferred
  • Experience on small- to large-scale projects preferred
  • Working knowledge of Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, and other graphic tools
  • Pursuing Architectural registration

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Architecture & Urban Planning


  • Accept specific assignments and develops concepts according to parameters defined by the senior architect overseeing project assignment.
  • Assure execution of and assists with quality control activities for architectural elements on a project.
  • Review drawings, documents and submittals for document compliance and documenting code review and compliance.
  • Keep lead architect or designated team leader informed of progress; recognizes problem issues and communicates impact to team, and seeks clarity when necessary.
  • Maintain, organize and archive all project related documents.
  • Make an on-going effort to obtain IDP credits so that architectural registration will be achieved.
  • Interact and communicate effectively and professionally with other team members.
  • Perform construction administration duties (e.g. RFI’s, RFP’s, change orders, etc.)


Work type

Full time

Work mode


Start date

Jun 2, 2024

Application deadline

Feb 29, 2024