Seattle Parks and Recreation
Application deadline May 2, 2017
Disney Professional Internships
We are currently looking for a Horticulture Intern to support our Golden Oak garden from June 2017 through January 2018. A little about Golden Oak: The goal of Golden Oak’s vegetable garden development project is to bring only the freshest ingredients into the restaurant all while educating the guest in the agricultural process. We utilize the talents of the Horticulture team at The Land at Epcot to follow their growing principles that have found great success over the past years at Walt Disney World. Candidates must be enrolled in school, or have graduated within the past six months to be eligible.
For more information and to apply for this internship, click on the following link: Golden Oak Horticultural Internship – Fall 2017. (posted 4/15/17)
City of Sammamish
Parks Project Manager: The primary focus of this position is to assist in the implementation of the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Plan and Trails, Bikeways, and Paths Master Plan, by managing the planning, design and construction of parks & recreation capital development projects. The position also assists in long-range planning of parks and recreation facilities, open space and trails in the City of Sammamish and adjacent jurisdictions.
For complete job description and to apply, please go to GovJobsToday.com. Open until filled. Applications first reviewed on April 7, 2017.
Park Planning Intern: Provides support to the Park Planning Division of the Parks and Recreation Department. Applicant will work in a team setting under the supervision of the Parks Project Managers or his or her designee. The ideal candidate will have a broad interest in municipal government and park planning and have experience using Adobe CC 2015 and AutoCAD 2016. This is a temporary/seasonal full-time position designed to provide hands-on work experience for college students and/or recent college graduates in landscape architecture programs that could lead to a career as a Parks and Recreation professional landscape architect. The position is funded for four-months from the date of hire.
Job Description and Application Information. Open until filled. Applications first reviewed April 14, 2017
Alderwood Landscaping, a Landscape Architecture and Construction company with offices in both Spokane and Bellevue, is looking to hire surveyors, design assistants, and construction crew members. It is a great opportunity for recent grads or possible summer work for students looking to get their foot in the door with a landscape architecture company. We do some amazing work and would love to bring some more Cougs on to our team of landscape architects, designers, and project managers.
Contact Johnny Struiksma (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LAAB is excited to offer a 2017 summer internship to a currently enrolled student in a Bachelor’s (entering final year) or Master’s degree program in landscape architecture. The applicant should have strong data analytic, research, and design skills. More information regarding responsibilities, requirements, and how to apply are available HERE. Applicants must apply by Friday, March 31. Please direct any questions to Kristopher Pritchard.
ASLA Communications Internship
ASLA is seeking a full-time summer communications intern. The intern will research and update ASLA’s sustainable design resource guides and write weekly posts on landscape architecture and related topics for The Dirt blog. Applicants must be enrolled in a Master’s degree program in landscape architecture and apply by Friday, March 31. More information is available HERE.
Estimator-Designer Job Description (posted 3/9/17)
Walt Disney World Horticulture Professional Internship – Summer 2017
Disney’s Horticulture Professional Intern Program is designed to provide qualified students with the opportunity to further their knowledge through practical hands on work experience. Students will be assigned to various regions of the landscape operation. In addition to the work experience students must participate in the program activities, which include weekly seminars, projects and plant/pest identification. (posted 1/25/17)
The Land Group
As a mutually beneficial endeavor, the TLG Integrated Research and Design Internship Program allows landscape architecture and civil engineering interns to work together on real-world tasks and evidence-based design innovation under the guidance of our professional staff for the summer. The objective of this program is to expand the knowledge and experience of the interns and expose our professional staff to unhindered creativity of today’s ambitious academics.
2017 Summer Internship (PDF) Apply by April 4, 2017