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Internship

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

Studio Outside

Job Location:

Dallas, TX

Studio Outside is now accepting resumes and portfolios from landscape architecture students for an internship in Dallas, Texas.

The successful candidate for the intern position will have a firm foundation in:

  • 2+ years of study in landscape architecture at an accredited university
  • Design/graphic skills
  • Experience with computer applications (AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Sketchup, or other modeling programs)
  • Helping to execute construction documents

The individual will work with all level of staff in the office to collaborate on a variety of project types and scales.

Studio Outside is an award-winning landscape architectural practice located in the Deep Ellum District of Dallas. The studio team has more than 35 years of experience throughout the United States and overseas. Current commissions are approximately split with half of our work around Texas and half around the country. Visit www.studiooutside.us for a comprehensive cross section of our diverse practice. Please also visit our blog at www.blogoutside.com for more information on office interests and ongoing activities.

Studio Outside offers a half day Friday schedule, and opportunities to grow professionally with the office and toward your personal goals. Studio Outside strongly supports all employees to become licensed and gears studio experience toward achieving that goal.

Please provide a portfolio and resume materials (hard copy or email is acceptable) to careers@studiooutside.us.

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New Job Posting Process

As of January 2020, we will be transitioning to Nittany Lion Careers for internship/job postings. Employers will need to register with the site in order to post positions which can then be viewed by registered Penn State students and alumni.

If you have any questions about this new process, please contact Ross Weinreb.