Scan|Design INTERNSHIP at C. F. Møller Architects
With funding from the Scan|Design Foundation the UW Department of Architecture is sponsoring a six-month internship at C. F. Møller Architects in Aarhus, Denmark. The internship will run from June 15 to December 15, 2012. The Scan|Design intern will receive a living allowance of $1,650.00/month for six months and $1,300.00 for travel. The total award will be $11,200.00. All advanced graduate students in the Department of Architecture may apply for this position. You must be a U.S. citizen to be eligible for this internship. Interns will be selected in a two-stage selection process. A committee composed of UW architecture faculty will choose three semi- finalists whose portfolios and resumés will be then sent to C. F. Møller Architects for their input before the final selection.
The submittal requirements are as follows: – letter of nomination from an architecture faculty member – design portfolio – resumé – short personal statement Intern applicants will be evaluated for their potential to take full advantage of the opportunities offered by the program and to create long-lasting relationships between the educational and professional communities of Seattle and Denmark. This includes the ability to competently contribute to the wide range of activities that occur within a Danish architecture office. The selection committee will also seek candidates who express an interest in some aspect of Danish architecture that has the potential to make an internship there particularly valuable to their professional development. The applicant will also be required to possess a high degree of maturity, confidence, and self-reliance in order to thrive in an unfamiliar social culture and work environment. These criteria will be evaluated on the basis of the submittal requirements listed above. The selection committee may also request an interview with the applicants. All submittals will be submitted digitally, in pdf format to Peter Cohan at email@example.com by Wednesday, February 15, 2012. For more information please contact Peter Cohan.