Grow your CV with reSITE

Join the reSITE team this 2021 season while gaining invaluable professional experience in a fast-paced company centered on the intersection of architecture, design, and city-making. Apply now!

Internship Opportunities at reSITE

Interns play some of the most important roles at reSITE, thanks to their work we can achieve all of our goals and they get exposed to a friendly and focused work environment full of challenges but also many rewards. Our internship program is directly related to our calendar, this means that the tasks we perform are going to change all the time thus, the profile of our interns will too.

Due to the nature of the reSITE mission, we look for people currently studying: Architecture, Urban Design, Landscape Design. Nevertheless, we also look for people with different profiles and skills who want to have direct experience in a small office with big projects.

All applicants should hold the following qualifications:

  • Interest in reSITE’s mission
  • Desire to gain knowledge of operations in a non-profit organization
  • Ability to interact with people in a small, diverse office environment
  • General computer skills: word processing, data management, digital imaging
  • Interest in architecture, urbanism, design

Communications + Digital Marketing Intern

reSITE communications interns for 2021 will work closely with our Communications & Podcast Production Director to assist in content development, podcast production, copywriting, marketing operations and other digital communications. Interns will commit to a minimum of 150 hours of internship over the course of 4 months and have the opportunity to complete a project while gaining experience in some of the following:

  • Development and execution of communications strategies
  • Content development and research
  • Podcast production

  • Copywriting

  • Preparation of press releases
  • Press digitizing and archiving
  • Writing articles
  • Graphic design
  • Video editing
  • Social media strategy
  • Community management

Application Requirements

  • You have the ability to write and communicate in English
  • You are self-motivated and willing to take ownership and initiative over projects
  • You enjoy both collaboration and working independently

  • You are an independent thinker and are able to communicate effectively

  • You are solution oriented with a no problem can’t be solved attitude

  • You are willing to step outside your comfort zone to learn new skills

  • You are curious, enthusiastic and open

Preferred

  • Interest in architecture, urban design and planning, urban studies, or landscape design
  • Long-term internships
  • Knowledge or concept of graphic design
  • Knowledge of Adobe software
  • Skills in video editing

What's in it for you...

  • Opportunity to play a role in crafting a platform that spreads ideas on making cities better places for all
  • Chance to grow and learn by working on a small team of international colleagues in a vast range of proficiences
  • Develop diverse range of soft and hard skills while adding a great refernce to your CV or resumé
  • Opportunity to collaborate and contribute your own ideas

Conditions

  • Starting dates flexible
  • Minimum of 150 hours over the course of 3 months
  • This is an unpaid internship opportunity

You will be working closely with Alexandra Siebenthal on the development of Design and the City, reSITE's podcast, as well as other digital content.

Does this sound like you? Apply Now!

Send your CV + Letter of Intent to alexandra@resite.org with "I want to be a reSITE Intern" in the subject line. We can't wait to meet you!

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