During the year many landscape architecture firms offer internships for students or graduates for 1-3 months. These opportunities are great both students and the firms as it allows students to get an understanding of practice and firms an understanding of the university programs and the opportunity of exploring ideas together.
Internship experiences provide a key connection between academic learning and the profession at large. They provide skill set learning in a variety of forms, allowing students to find opportunities in offices, non-profits, and agencies alike. Firms also gain great experience and learning opportunities from interns themselves in terms of current trends, key topics with emerging professionals, and fresh perspectivesStoss Landscape Urbainism
We recognize interns come to us with a fresh perspective and natural curiosity. Because of their willingness to ask why not over why and their energy, we encourage them to roll up their sleeves and share their thoughts and ideas. They are more than just an intern;Daniel Woodroffe, Founder and Design Principal, dwg
Many firms have requirements around education level and visa/residency status, please check the listing before applying. Most openings close in February.
Firms receive a large number of applications and emails, it is best to be patient and review the internship listing about dates and notifications.
If you apply for an internship below please let the frim know you found the listing through WLA. If you are a firm and would like to add your listing link for free please email it to [email protected]
WLA is not involved in the internship process please contact firms directly.
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