Welcome to Career Services
We are very excited to announce that there are 11 Community Service Fellows who will be working this summer in paid internships in several different communities, including Massachusetts (Boston and Somerville), Michigan (Detroit), New Jersey (Newark), Illinois (Chicago), New York (New York City), Texas (Dallas) and Rhode Island (Woonsocket).
Lily Wubeshet (MArch I 2014), Affordable Housing Institute, Boston, MA
Elizabeth MacWillie (MAUD 2014), Building Community (BC) Workshop, Dallas, TX (Funded by the Dallas Summer Fellowship)
Irene Figueroa Ortiz (Arch I/MUP 2015), Detroit Collaborative Design Center, Detroit, MI
Alison Tramba (MUP 2014), MASS Design Group, Boston, MA
Dane Carlson (MLA II), MASS Design Group, Boston, MA
Abhinay Sharma (MDesS 2014, Energy & Environments), Neighborworks Blackstone River Valley, Woonsocket, RI (Funded by the Doebele Fellowship)
Kate Anderson (MUP 2014), Newark Dept. of Housing & Urban Development, Newark, NJ
Trevor Johnson (MUP 2014), New York City Dept. of City Planning, Waterfront & Open Space, New York, NY (Funded by Harvard Club of New York)
Elyse Agnello (MArch I 2014), Redmoon, Chicago, IL (Funded by the Doebele Fellowship)
Adrienne Mathews (MUP 2014), Union Square Main Streets, Somerville, MA
Tim Czerwienski (MUP 2014), Union Square Main Streets, Somerville, MA
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Graduating soon? New graduate architecture degree-holders are eligible for a free year of Associate AIA membership at the Boston Society of Architects. Learn more and apply today.
Robert Alexander has been named the 2013 Rotch Travelling Scholarship recipient. Alexander will receive a $37,000 stipend to spend eight months traveling and studying architecture around the world.
GSD students can log on to our recruiting system to view summer job opportunities and full time jobs. We cast a wide net to capture job opportunities for students in all disciplines. View opportunities and apply directly to employers who are seeking to hire Harvard GSD students.
The Intern Development Program (IDP) identifies the comprehensive experience that is essential for the independent practice of architecture. Harvard GSD students are immediately eligible to begin acquiring credits for experience. Many students begin this process during the summer following their first year of studies in architecture. Learn more about IDP.
Meryl Golden is the IDP Coordinator for the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Students can contact her for assistance with IDP questions.
Scheduling an Appointment with Career Services
Log on to your eRecruiting account and schedule a convenient meeting with a career counselor. Go to 'Calendar', then choose 'Schedule Appointment with Advisor'. Follow the prompts. You can also choose to have the appointment added to your online calendar.
Yours in careers,
Director of Career Services
Career Services Coordinator