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Student Internship – Architecture – Summer 2024 - Seattle

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Gensler

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🚀 Summer Internship

Seattle

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  • You must be a current Bachelor's or Master's Architecture student and have completed your third year of undergraduate or first year of graduate program. Proficient in Revit, Rhino, 3-D rendering software, Adobe Suite, and Microsoft Office. Strong communication, leadership, and organizational skills are essential.
  • You will work collaboratively on architecture projects, participate in design charrettes, receive hands-on learning, produce graphic presentations, 3D renderings, technical drawings, and build physical study models.

Summer Internship

Architecture & Urban PlanningSeattle

Description

  • As a Summer Architecture Intern at Gensler, you will join our creative studio environment for a full-time, paid internship opportunity. 
  • This is a full-time program running from June 4 through August 9, 2024. You must be available for the entire duration of the program.

Requirements

  • You are currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Architecture; NAAB accredited program highly preferred
  • You have completed your third year of an undergraduate program or first year of a graduate program and are returning to your program post-internship. This internship is not for recent graduates.
  • Experience using Revit or Rhino required; AutoCAD, and/or BIM modeling software a plus
  • 3-D computer rendering skills (Enscape, V-ray, Sketch Up, 3-D Max, and/or other modeling software)
  • Experience with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Work, Outlook and Bluebeam
  • Hand sketching and physical modelling ability a plus
  • Your Additional Characteristics:
  • Demonstrated leadership ability in your school and/or community
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task
  • Strong verbal, written, and graphic communication skills
  • Resourceful, self-motivated, enthusiastic team player
  • Outstanding analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Third Year
First Year
Bachelors
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Architecture & Urban Planning

Responsibilities

  • Work on architecture projects as a fully collaborative member of a design team, participating in design charrettes to help define strategic goals for our clients, large or small
  • Receive hands-on learning and collaborate with designers, architects, directors, and managers to plan, design, develop and gain real-world experience working with clients across a spectrum of industries and locations
  • Enjoy the rich culture of our office and firm through educational sessions and mentorship opportunities that include lunch-and-learns, lectures, project tours and vendor presentations
  • Produce graphic presentations, 3D renderings, and technical drawings
  • Build physical study models and presentation models
  • Utilize hand rendering techniques to communicate design concepts

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Seattle