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2018 Summer Internship

Type of Job:
Internships
Discipline:
Landscape Architecture
Name of Firm:

OLIN

Job Location:

Philadelphia, PA

OLIN’s Summer Internship Program is designed to provide a select group of the most outstanding students from the world’s best colleges and universities an opportunity to work on real, world-class projects alongside designers and practitioners who are among the most creative landscape architects in the industry.

INTERN PROJECTS

One of the most exciting and unique experiences our interns have is the Intern Project, where they work as a design team. These projects often help communities in need, like schools. It is a first chance for aspiring landscape architects to own a project that has actual clients and can lead to meaningful change in a community. 

FIELD TRIPS

Over the course of the summer, you will visit the most iconic landscape sites and tour OLIN’s award-winning projects in Philadelphia, New York, and Washington D.C.

WEEKLY 4x4s

Our informal “4x4” lunchtime lecture series is one way we communicate how we work, how we think, and how we build world-changing landscapes. We share recipes for success, from new technologies to trending philosophies in analysis, visualization, modeling, infrastructure, rendering, animation, psychology, ecology, and (of course) design.

MONTHLY DESIGN LAB

It is important to us to make time as a team for more serious design conversations. Our monthly DESIGN LAB presentation series is a way for us to stimulate deeper conversations about our specific projects and how they are contextualized in the contemporary milieu. 

Click here to apply to OLIN's 2018 Summer Internship Program. Deadline: February 12, 2018

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