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GGN Internship Program

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

Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN)

Job Location:

Seattle, WA

Seattle, WA (July 21, 2017) – GGN is currently seeking applicants for October 2017 – May 2018 internships in Seattle, WA. Landscape architecture students, architecture students, and recent graduates are encouraged to apply.
 
GGN’s internship program offers exposure to many facets of the profession and the opportunity to work on projects with all members of the firm. Interns will gain experience in design, documentation, coordination with other disciplines, project management, marketing, and construction process.
 
For more information and application guidelines, please visit ggnltd.com/info. Should you wish to post information about this opportunity, a printable flyer is also available at the link.
 
Application deadline is August 16, 2017.
 
About GGN
Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN) is a landscape architecture firm based in Seattle, Washington. Recent and current work includes the National Museum of African American History and Culture, CityCenterDC, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Campus. GGN is the recipient of the 2017 ASLA National Landscape Architecture Firm Award and received the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Landscape Architecture in 2011. The firm’s project awards include ASLA National Awards of Excellence, ASLA and AIA Honor Awards for Design, Tucker Design Awards, Society for Campus and University Planning Awards, and Great Places Awards from the Environmental Design Research Association. For more information about GGN internships, please visit www.ggnltd.com/info/.

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