Award winning firm with offices in Boulder and Denver, CO seeks highly motivated intern(s) to join our firm for the semester. Arch11 is a small practice with offices in Denver and Boulder that values collaboration and the ability to realize a strong idea. The studio seeks provocative, innovative solutions to a wide range of scales and building types.
We are looking for exceptional candidate(s) with strong design skills who are well organized, detail-oriented, and relentlessly critical. Applicants must possess articulate technical, graphic and oral communication skills, be self-motivated and play well with others. The office size demands that candidates must be as enthusiastic about the small everyday tasks as they would be about the more nuanced and challenging design duties that they will be assigned. The position is paid and 18-24 hours per week. Fluency in Revit, Adobe Creative Suite and Rhino with rendering skills are required, capability to build flawless models a plus.
Interns accepted into our program will be exposed to the workings of the office, engaged in a wide array of activities that support the operation of the firm ranging from new business development, design, construction documentation, construction administration and office administration as needed throughout the semester. It is highly preferable that interns be capable of working in either the Boulder or Denver office as required based on projects and work load of the firm. It is expected that intern(s) share their academic work and engage in a dialogue within office. Interns that are still enrolled in the university will have regular access to the three principals of the firm and staff for critique of their academic work and at least twice during the semester an office pinup of work for Arch11 studio review will be coordinated.
Application requirements for this internship program are a PDF organized as follows:
• Articulate, one page introduction letter addressing why you want to intern with Arch11 and how you see the experience benefiting you,
• Concise, well-organized resume,
• Portfolio of clear images showing evidence of production, design and graphic skills. Images should be annotated to accurately describe your role in the projects shown,
• Three letters of recommendation. (1) of personal reference, (1) of academic reference, and (1) of professional reference. If a professional reference is unavailable, then (2) academic references may be used in lieu.
Application deadline is January 3, 2014 and shortlisted applicants will be notified for interviews by January 10, 2014 with the position starting on January 20, 2014 and going through the end of May 2014.
Submit completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 6:00 PM on January 3, 2014.
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