One to two architecture students will be awarded a summer 2024 paid internship at Steinberg Hart. The internship is available at the firm's San Francisco office.
March 5, 2024
Summer 2024 Paid Internship
- Applicants must be current students (undergraduate or graduate) enrolled in the CED architecture program with at least one year remaining in their studies.
- Applicants must currently have at least a 3.1 GPA and no more than 2 incomplete grades to be considered. These requirements must be maintained through the duration of the internship.
- The recipient is responsible for all lodging and transportation expenses during the duration of the internship.
- Any required work visas must be in place prior to commencement of employment.
- Applicants must have experience with Revit and other 3D drawing programs.
In order to be considered for the Steinberg Hart Internship and Scholarship, applicants must submit all required materials using the Application Form by the deadline. Please submit the following materials:
- A current resume or CV.
- A statement explaining your academic and career objectives and how they relate to architectural design. (2 page maximum).
- A portfolio of work completed during your studies at CED.
For 65 years, Steinberg Hart has been shaping environments and creating inspiring places through an idea driven, results-oriented approach to design. The firm’s team of architects, designers, planners and sustainability experts share the belief that design can create profound and unexpected connections between people and place. With a focus in education, residential, urban mixed-use, hospitality, civic, and commercial office projects, the full-service architecture firm creates environments that sculpt space to shape lives in subtle and empowering ways. From the foundation established in 1953 by Silicon Valley architecture pioneer Goodwin Steinberg, FAIA, and through Rob Steinberg’s (UC Berkeley ’77) years of leadership, Steinberg Hart has built a progressive portfolio of award-winning projects spanning multiple continents and diverse sectors.
Steinberg Hart is pleased to offer a summer paid internship to one or two architecture students with a passion for design, a collaborative attitude, and an entrepreneurial spirit. The internship is available at the San Francisco office. During the summer internship, the student will obtain direct experience in the field and business of architecture and gain a deeper understanding of the profession. Successful candidates bring to Steinberg Hart high-quality work with a clear point of view on their design concepts and their work. Interns work alongside architects and designers on real projects. The internship will include charrettes, materials research, participation in the preparation of drawings, model making, 3D printing, and imagery production. In addition, the student will have the opportunity to gain exposure to projects in other Steinberg Hart offices as well.
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Please note: Federal financial aid regulations require that all awards received by a student cannot exceed their financial aid need as determined by a congressional formula. It is possible, therefore, that the cash award for a Prize could reduce some component of a needy student’s package of financial aid awards. In these cases, the Financial Aid Office attempts first to reduce loan or work aid; fellowships, grants or scholarships are only reduced as a last resort. Regardless of your financial aid situation, the IRS views fellowships, grants or scholarships that are not directly applied to tuition or other educational expenses as taxable income.