Professional Development and Career Resources

Below is a list of internships, fellowships, and jobs from firms and alumni across the country. For a more comprehensive list, please go to Handshake, Penn’s job and internship database.

Architecture

Fall Intern Opportunities, Doyle Real Estate Advisors

Doyle Real Estate Advisors is seeking Fall Interns to contribute to the real estate development, financing and litigation analysis assignments. English proficiency and a moderate commercial real estate vocabulary are required because of the intense interviews that staff conducts with principals to real estate transactions. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 30, 2019.

Fall Internship Opportunity at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) is looking for an enthusiastic Capital Projects Intern to join the team and provide critical support in managing construction projects in the Park. As the Capital Intern, you will assist the Director of Capital Projects & Restoration on a variety of tasks related to the park’s construction. A key element to this role is collaborating with our Operations team, which includes Maintenance, Facilities, Horticulture and Custodial professionals. Ideal candidates for this internship are pursuing a graduate degree in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design or related fields. We are looking for individuals who have solid writing skills, research acumen, communications abilities, ability to read design plans, use Adobe Illustrator, and are familiar with construction project management. This is a paid internship, and candidates should be available to work up to 25 hours per week. Interviews will begin in the next few weeks. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 29, 2019.

Architectural Internship, UNStudio

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

As an international design firm, UNStudio is active across the broadest fields of architecture and design. Their project portfolio covers every aspect of architecture and every typology, ranging from small to large-scale projects, research and theory. The atmosphere within the offices in Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Shanghai, and Hong Kong is international, multidisciplinary and ambitious, but also open, non-hierarchical, team-based and friendly, with attention to personal well-being, knowledge development and career planning. For the Amsterdam office, they are looking for architectural interns who want to participate as full team members, working on a handful of projects, and contributing creatively through their work. Visit thier internship website for more information. Please use the Apply Now link instead of sending an email. This is an open vacancy, there is no closing date. Date posted: August 21, 2019.

Project Manager/ Space Planner, PROVEN Management

PROVEN Management is seeking a Project Manager/ Space Planner to work full-time in the Philadelphia office. Candidate must have a bachelor's degree in either Interior Design or Architecture. This is a career level project management position that requires mastery of the Associate level Project Manager and design skills and duties and is responsible for all aspects of the development and implementation of assigned projects. This position has overall project management responsibility and provides a single point of contact for those projects. Uses independent judgment in applying Project Management fundamentals, working with minimal supervision. Interacts with senior internal and external contacts. External contacts include overseeing contractors and providing information to or exchanging information with third parties. Travel is estimated to be about 5% - 10% of the time. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 12, 2019.

Job Postings for Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc. (SGA)

Somerset, PA and Norfolk, VA

SGA recently posted the following job announcements: Project Landscape Architect: 4-7 years of experience, Project Architect: 5+ years of experience, and Senior Planner/Urban Designer: 10+ years of experience. Apply online. Date posted: June 28, 2019.

Architecture Competition Announcements, Weekly Blog

University of Pennsylvania

Find out about current and exciting architecture competitions through a weekly blog sponsored by the Fisher Fine Arts Library.

City and Regional Planning

Fall Philadelphia Energy Campaign Intern

Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia Energy Authority is an independent municipal authority focused on issues of energy affordability and sustainability for Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Energy Campaign Intern will support with the implementation of the Philadelphia Energy Campaign. The internship will be focused on customer communications for Solarize Philly. The Intern will be expected to conduct 100 phone calls to Solarize customers per week to welcome them to the program and connect them with a Solarize Philly installer. There will also be opportunities to help with Solarize Philly communications and marketing, and the intern may be asked to support on other programs within the scope of the Philadelphia Energy Campaign. Apply online. Date posted: September 10, 2019.

Fall Intern Opportunities, Doyle Real Estate Advisors

Philadelphia, PA

Doyle Real Estate Advisors is seeking Fall Interns to contribute to the real estate development, financing and litigation analysis assignments. English proficiency and a moderate commercial real estate vocabulary are required because of the intense interviews that staff conducts with principals to real estate transactions. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 30, 2019.

Fall Internship Opportunity at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) is looking for an enthusiastic Capital Projects Intern to join the team and provide critical support in managing construction projects in the Park. As the Capital Intern, you will assist the Director of Capital Projects & Restoration on a variety of tasks related to the park’s construction. A key element to this role is collaborating with our Operations team, which includes Maintenance, Facilities, Horticulture and Custodial professionals. Ideal candidates for this internship are pursuing a graduate degree in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design or related fields. We are looking for individuals who have solid writing skills, research acumen, communications abilities, ability to read design plans, use Adobe Illustrator, and are familiar with construction project management. This is a paid internship, and candidates should be available to work up to 25 hours per week. Interviews will begin in the next few weeks. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 29, 2019.

Social Impact Programs for Student Changemakers, Wharton Social Impact Initiative

Philadelphia, PA

Deadline: 

September 9, 2019

Get hands-on experience with Wharton Social Impact Initiative so you can start to effect change now! These three opportunities are paid: Urban Analytics: Vacant Lot Greening (Business Vibrancy)Urban Analytics: School Proximity and CrimeWharton Impact Venture Associates (WIVA)

Senior Project Manager, B'nai B'rith Housing

Brighton, MA (Boston area)

B’nai B’rith Housing (BBH) is a regional nonprofit housing developer whose mission is to ease the housing crisis in the Greater Boston area. The Senior Project Manager is one of the most important positions needed for B’nai B’rith Housing to succeed in its mission to ease the housing crisis by producing a steady stream of high quality, affordable housing, throughout Greater Boston. The successful Senior Project Manager will support the mission of the organization by joining the management team to plan, develop and manage multifamily residential development from beginning to end. Major responsibilities comprise all aspects of new project acquisition, preparing complex project budgets, assembling project funding, conducting negotiations, managing consultants, managing construction, and overseeing project marketing. See attached document and visit the BBH job website for more information. Date posted: July 22, 2019.

Opportunity with Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates

Austin, TX

Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates is seeking a highly organized, independent, and motivated junior transportation planner (Associate I) for its Austin office to primarily support the firm’s nationally recognized practice in transit and multimodal planning for livable communities. A strong interest and some background in developing the transportation plans for public entities is a must. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 9, 2019.

5th Square Newsletter

Philadelphia, PA

5th Square is Philly's urbanist political action committee. It was formed in 2014 to support candidates for local elected office who are committed to policy change in the areas of transportation, land use, and public space, and to advance a vision for a more accessible, sustainable, equitable Philadelphia for all residents. Sign up for their weekly newsletter, which features events, news, and job opportunities.

Fine Arts

PWRful Design Scholarship

Philadelphia, PA

Deadline: 

October 1, 2019

Professional Women’s Roundtable (PWR) is a collaborative community of women dedicated to building collective confidence, courage, and connections. Through innovative and inclusive programming, we provide a platform for more productive networking, more intentional leadership, and more dynamic dialogue. PWR’s mission is to embolden and empower women of the Greater Philadelphia region in their pursuit of professional and personal growth.

PWR established the PWRful Design Scholarship to provide financial, portfolio, networking, and promotion assistance to a woman identifying college or university student in the Greater Philadelphia area pursuing a major in the web design field. The scholarship winner will be provided with a $1000 academic scholarship, a 1-year membership to PWR with networking and career mentorship opportunities, and a professional design project with PWR. This year, we are entrusting our brand-new website design to the scholarship winner, to be presented at our 17th anniversary event on November 19, 2019. Applicants must be a woman identifying college student currently enrolled full-time at an accredited U.S. vocational, junior college, or four-year college or university in the Greater Philadelphia area. Applicants must be a full-time, degree-seeking student during the 2019-2020 academic calendar year and pursuing a major in Computer Graphics, Computer Programming, Design and Visual Communications, Digital Arts, Graphic Design, Information Science, Studio Arts, or Web Development. Applicants must be 18 or older. No minimum GPA requirement. Assigned sex identification, GPA, and citizenship information will NOT be requested and/or released into the general public.See attached document for more information.

Performing, Visual & Fine Arts Research Classifier Part-Time Position

May work remotely

SSRN (Social Science Research Network) is an open access working paper repository, making available early stage (pre peer reviewed journal) research available worldwide, and for free. They are looking to create a new network to make early stage research available in the field of Performing, Visual & Fine Arts. Click here for a few of the papers they have in their collection covering this discipline. Visit SSRN's website for more information on how to apply. This is a great opportunity for graduate students, lecturers, professors or even librarians looking for part-time, remote and flexible work that engages them in the latest research available in their fields. Date posted: June 14, 2019.

Director of the School of Art and Professor, Texas Tech University

Lubbock, TX

The School of Art, within the Texas Tech University J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts, seeks applications and nominations for a visionary leader as Director of the School of Art at the rank of tenured, full professor. The ideal candidate will lead a thriving program that exemplifies the highest standards of a creative, multi-faceted, and scholarly community. The successful candidate will begin service in this full-time position at the beginning of the 2020 fall semester. Apply online. Date posted: May 29, 2019.

Artist Opportunities from the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy

Philadelphia, PA

The Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy supports artists and the cultural community in Philadelphia by providing and promoting artist opportunities year-round. Click on their opportunities website to learn more!

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Newsletter

New York Foundation for the Arts is a nonprofit service organization that provides the concrete resources that working artists and emerging arts organizations need to thrive. Join their mailing lists and be among the first to know about NYFA's fellowships, resources, deadlines, programming, and special projects. As a subscriber, you'll also enjoy access to their vast network of opportunities for artists. 

Navigating the Grant, Graduate Student Center

University of Pennsylvania

The Graduate Student Center’s one-on-one matching program connects grad students who are currently applying for grants with Grant Advisors who have won specific grants in the past. There is no fee associated with this program. To use this service, you must have already prepared a written draft of your grant proposal. A Grant Advisor will meet with an applicant for one hour to review the proposal and offer constructive criticism, insight, and advice. This meeting is intended as an opportunity for you to 'workshop' your grant application with someone who has been successful with the same grant! One additional hour session may be scheduled in consultation with your Peer-to-Peer advisor. This additional hour must be pre-approved by Grad Center staff and is at their discretion for special circumstances only. Email navgrant@gsc.upenn.edu to request an additional hour, if necessary.

Historic Preservation

Historic Resource Survey Fellowship Opportunity & The National Trust Survey

Harrisburg, PA

Deadline: 

September 23, 2019

The Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office (PA SHPO) is seeking expressions of interests from new and emerging preservation professionals interested in working on a historic resource survey in partnership with PA SHPO staff. The Historic Resource Survey Fellowship Program provides current graduate students and recent graduates with training and mentorship in conducting historic resource survey projects in Pennsylvania. The mentoring offered through the program will help prepare the fellow for future professional opportunities while helping to fill critical knowledge gaps about historic places in the commonwealth. See attached document for more information.

The National Trust Survey

The National Trust is trying to get feedback on the state of the preservation field as we chart a course forward after our massive reorganization this spring and the naming of our new president. The survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete and ideally we'd like to have all responses by September 18. We're hoping that people will take the survey and pass it on to colleagues working in the preservation/cultural heritage sector. Anything you can do to spread the word would be much appreciated. Here is the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6XPL5V5 

Senior Project Specialist, The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI)

Los Angeles, CA

Deadline: 

October 11, 2019

The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) is seeking a heritage conservation practitioner to fill the position of Senior Project Specialist (Heritage Recording and Documentation), in the Institute’s Buildings and Sites department. The Senior Project Specialist provides advice and guidance to all Buildings and Sites projects about issues, standards, and best-practices associated with heritage recording, documentation, and information management, and identifies new methods, emerging technologies, or adaptions of existing tools to support the recording and documentation activities of the Institute. Specifically, the Senior Project Specialist contributes to and facilitates the recording, documentation, and information management components of projects and is responsible for defining recording and documentation needs for the GCI’s international projects in collaboration with the project teams. If needed, he/she identifies external specialist vendors to address project needs and reviews their work on behalf of the project teams. Applicants must apply online. See attached document for more information.

Laboratory Technician, LimeWorks

Telford, PA

LimeWorks.us is a full-service supply company committed to providing the resources needed for professional masonry restoration and building sustainable structures. The successful candidate will work primarily under the direction of the architectural conservator / laboratory manager, with occasional duties assisting the programs manager, marketing director, and outreach coordinator as needed. The ideal candidate should possess or be willing to develop an understanding of the various types of masonry binders available, methods for treating masonry decay, restoration strategies for masonry structures, and appreciation for how different materials behave, weather, and interact in systems to cause or arrest deterioration. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 30, 2019.

Architectural Historian Intern, Richard Grubb & Associates, Inc.

Philadelphia, PA

Richard Grubb & Associates, Inc. is seeking a motivated intern to be based out of its Philadelphia office and work with its Architectural History department. This is a paid, part-time internship with an expected commitment of 10-20 hours per week. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 20, 2019.

Job Opportunities, Maine Preservation

Yarmouth, ME

Maine Preservation is hiring! The two open postions are Field Services Manager and Development Administrator. Click on their job opportunities website for more information. Date posted: August 29, 2019.

Director of Preservation Initiatives and Engagement, Preservation Virginia

Richmond, VA

The Director of Preservation Initiatives and Engagement is responsible for managing and directing Preservation Virginia’s advocacy and public policy program. The position supports the organization’s exploration of new approaches to preservation by engaging diverse communities and connecting historic sites and resources to today’s activities. The director will implement the comprehensive advocacy plan for the organization; related programming includes the Most Endangered Historic Places, Preservation Awards and educational seminars and conferences, and develop publications, action alerts and other written communications. The director manages a team of two professionals and works collaboratively with the marketing, development and museum operations team. The director works to raise awareness among developers, government officials, partner organizations and communities to find solutions that preserve history and allow for growth and development. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer in coordination with the Public Policy Committee. View this job link for more information and how to apply. Date posted: August 6, 2019.

City of Mesa Historic Preservation Officer

Mesa, AZ

First review of applications will be Monday, August 19, 2019. A Historic Preservation Officer is responsible for coordinating, promoting, and implementing the City's Historic Preservation Program. This position functions as the designated Historic Preservation Officer for the City and is the primary contact for historic preservation activities. Duties include developing and administering City policies and procedures for the protection of cultural and historical resources; ensuring that City activities comply with historic preservation regulations; and providing technical, architectural, design, historical, and policy guidance to City staff, City Council, governmental officials, boards and committees, and regional, state, and national preservation agencies. Visit this job link for more information. Date posted: August 5, 2019.

Job Openings, Preservation Design Partnership

Philadelphia, PA

Preservation Design Partnership, LLC [PDP] is an award-winning planning, design and preservation firm specializing in intervening in historic sites and buildings. The firm is based in Philadelphia, PA with projects throughout the US. Visit this link for job postings. Date posted: February 1, 2019.

Landscape Architecture

Fall Internship, Viridian Landscape Studio

Philadelphia, PA

Founded in 1999 and located in Philadelphia PA, Viridian continues to hold true to the humble mission that sparked the firm genesis: to bridge ecological expertise with meaningful design to strengthen interconnection and harmony between social and built environments. Successful candidates will be organized, outgoing, and creative with strong graphic skills ranging from concept through technical documentation including a working knowledge of materials and detailing. Experience with AutoCAD drafting and computer rendering are required. Term: October 07 - December 13, 2019. Schedule: Hours per week will range from 12 - 24 hours. See attached document for more information. Date posted: September 18, 2019.

Fall Internship Opportunity at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) is looking for an enthusiastic Capital Projects Intern to join the team and provide critical support in managing construction projects in the Park. As the Capital Intern, you will assist the Director of Capital Projects & Restoration on a variety of tasks related to the park’s construction. A key element to this role is collaborating with our Operations team, which includes Maintenance, Facilities, Horticulture and Custodial professionals. Ideal candidates for this internship are pursuing a graduate degree in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design or related fields. We are looking for individuals who have solid writing skills, research acumen, communications abilities, ability to read design plans, use Adobe Illustrator, and are familiar with construction project management. This is a paid internship, and candidates should be available to work up to 25 hours per week. Interviews will begin in the next few weeks. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 29, 2019.

Entry Level Landscape Designer, Rhodeside & Harwell

Alexandria, VA

Rhodeside & Harwell is seeking new staff to join their award-winning team of landscape architects, urban designers, and planners. Their work includes public urban plazas, streetscapes, parks and open space design, community revitalization, diplomatic and educational campus design, and historic preservation. They work locally, nationally and internationally with both public and private sector clients. Rhodeside & Harwell is an office of 30 people and is located in the heart of Old Town, Alexandria. They also have a small studio in Manhattan to serve NY area projects. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 28, 2019.

SWA/Balsley 6-month Intern Opportunity

New York City

Deadline: 

August 30, 2019

SWA/Balsley is a New York City-based design firm that specializes in urban landscape architecture in both the public and private realms. The firm’s diverse portfolio in New York and around the world includes awardwinning landscapes of all scales, including parks, plazas, street-scapes and waterfronts. They are offering a full-time paid internship from September, 2019 to March,
2020 to a student with outstanding written and verbal communication skills and exemplary design and technical skills. The individual should have experience in creating innovative and sophisticated design/presentation graphics. Their studio environment offers interns an opportunity to interact directly with Tom Balsley, the 2015 recipient of the prestigious ASLA Design Medal. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and portfolio of their work in PDF format (10mb max) to zgu@swabalsley.com by August 30, 2019.

Landscape Designer Positions, wHY

New York City

NYC & LA based wHY Landscape is seeking applications for landscape designers in the NYC office. wHY is a 30-person Los Angeles and New York City-based firm known for architecture
and urban planning projects that engage issues of culture and the environment with vision and pragmatism. Current projects include various public and private projects including international competition winning projects in Edinburgh and Toronto. The Landscape Designer will assist the Project Manager and project team with landscape architectural design development and construction drawings. He/she will develop landscape architectural details and construction documentation and will develop the skills necessary for a fast-paced landscape studio, including development of ideas, presentation drawings, model making and working with clients. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 1, 2019.

Landscape Architect Designer Position at WRT

San Francisco, CA

Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT) is seeking a talented and energetic Landscape Architect/Designer with 0-2 years of experience for the San Francisco office. Design practice ranges from master planning to detailed landscape architectural design and implementation for urban waterfronts, TOD's, urban revitalization studies, urban parks and streetscapes as well as campus projects. Full job description is attached. Apply online. Date posted: June 21, 2019.

Job Postings for Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, Inc. (SGA)

Somerset, PA and Norfolk, VA

SGA recently posted the following job announcements: Project Landscape Architect: 4-7 years of experience, Project Architect: 5+ years of experience, and Senior Planner/Urban Designer: 10+ years of experience. Apply online. Date posted: June 28, 2019.

Diverse Career Paths Research, Landscape Architecture

Download attached document for helpful links to international job opportunities, NGO's, and environmental leadership.

Expanded Career Timeline

Download attached document for a landscape architecture career timeline with helpful links and information from Penn Career Services and the Weitzman School of Design Office of Professional Development & Leadership. Use this timeline for guidance during each semester.

School-Wide Opportunities

Design and Communications position, The Wharton School

Wharton Sports Business Initiative, Wharton People Analytics, University of Pennsylvania

Wharton People Analytics is looking for someone to: develop, implement, analyze, and manage web, email, and social media marketing and communication activities in conjunction with the People Analytics Conference team; manage the editing and posting of digital content, including process improvements; and manage the editing and production of all print materials for the conference, including the conference program, in collaboration with People Analytics Conference team and our design partner.
They value skills in written and visual communication; digital content management and production; project coordination and problem solving. People who are seriously organized, detail oriented, digitally facile, creative, and excited to contribute to the success of a growing initiative are encouraged to apply. Find more information on how to apply online. Date posted: September 16, 2019.

Weitzman School and Baker Retailing Center, Executive in Residence

Weitzman School of Design, University of Pennsylvania

Stuart Weitzman, award-winning designer and footwear icon, will be on campus for two days (November 6 and 7) to host multiple student sessions with Penn students. During these sessions, he will discuss how he built his successful global company, including marketing, the value of design, branding, and public relations.  Stuart Weitzman’s passion for design has been a lifelong pursuit as he began working in his father’s Massachusetts shoe factory while still in college. After graduating from the Wharton School, Weitzman applied himself to the industry with laser-like focus, eventually building the globally-renowned company that bears his name.

Over the years Stuart has mentored and taught thousands of Penn students, and in recognition of his active engagement in the University’s activities, the School of Design was named for Mr. Weitzman in February 2019. The Executive-In-Residence sessions will be held at the Weitzman School, and are open to all Penn students.

Penn students are encouraged to sign up for a session by registering here.

The four sessions:

Wednesday, November 6, 2019: 1:30PM – 3:00PM

Wednesday, November 6, 2019: 3:30PM – 5:00PM

Thursday, November 7, 2019: 11:00AM-12:30PM

Thursday, November 7, 2019: 11:00AM-12:30PM

PWRful Design Scholarship

Philadelphia, PA

Deadline: 

October 1, 2019

Professional Women’s Roundtable (PWR) is a collaborative community of women dedicated to building collective confidence, courage, and connections. Through innovative and inclusive programming, we provide a platform for more productive networking, more intentional leadership, and more dynamic dialogue. PWR’s mission is to embolden and empower women of the Greater Philadelphia region in their pursuit of professional and personal growth.

PWR established the PWRful Design Scholarship to provide financial, portfolio, networking, and promotion assistance to a woman identifying college or university student in the Greater Philadelphia area pursuing a major in the web design field. The scholarship winner will be provided with a $1000 academic scholarship, a 1-year membership to PWR with networking and career mentorship opportunities, and a professional design project with PWR. This year, we are entrusting our brand-new website design to the scholarship winner, to be presented at our 17th anniversary event on November 19, 2019. Applicants must be a woman identifying college student currently enrolled full-time at an accredited U.S. vocational, junior college, or four-year college or university in the Greater Philadelphia area. Applicants must be a full-time, degree-seeking student during the 2019-2020 academic calendar year and pursuing a major in Computer Graphics, Computer Programming, Design and Visual Communications, Digital Arts, Graphic Design, Information Science, Studio Arts, or Web Development. Applicants must be 18 or older. No minimum GPA requirement. Assigned sex identification, GPA, and citizenship information will NOT be requested and/or released into the general public.See attached document for more information.

Laboratory Technician, LimeWorks

Telford, PA

LimeWorks.us is a full-service supply company committed to providing the resources needed for professional masonry restoration and building sustainable structures. The successful candidate will work primarily under the direction of the architectural conservator / laboratory manager, with occasional duties assisting the programs manager, marketing director, and outreach coordinator as needed. The ideal candidate should possess or be willing to develop an understanding of the various types of masonry binders available, methods for treating masonry decay, restoration strategies for masonry structures, and appreciation for how different materials behave, weather, and interact in systems to cause or arrest deterioration. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 30, 2019.

Fall Internship Opportunity at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) is looking for an enthusiastic Capital Projects Intern to join the team and provide critical support in managing construction projects in the Park. As the Capital Intern, you will assist the Director of Capital Projects & Restoration on a variety of tasks related to the park’s construction. A key element to this role is collaborating with our Operations team, which includes Maintenance, Facilities, Horticulture and Custodial professionals. Ideal candidates for this internship are pursuing a graduate degree in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design or related fields. We are looking for individuals who have solid writing skills, research acumen, communications abilities, ability to read design plans, use Adobe Illustrator, and are familiar with construction project management. This is a paid internship, and candidates should be available to work up to 25 hours per week. Interviews will begin in the next few weeks. See attached document for more information. Date posted: August 29, 2019.

Social Impact Programs for Student Changemakers, Wharton Social Impact Initiative

Philadelphia, PA

Deadline: 

September 9, 2019

Penn Library Jobs for Students

Philadelphia, PA

Student jobs in the University Libraries at Penn are diverse in their location, responsibilities, scheduling options, and skill requirements. Jobs range from the ones everyone sees and associates with working in a library such as shelving, checking out books, and doing research, to less visible ones such as book preservation, cataloging, and web-design. Student workers are an integral contribution to every department in the University Libraries. Having a part-time job while you are taking classes is both an opportunity to earn money, as well as a chance to learn time management, gain work experience, and a reference for future potential employers. We have jobs with daytime, evening, and weekend hours. There are libraries all over campus, convenient to whatever your daily route might be. Students work with texts in foreign languages, lend computer expertise, and assist in the music listening room. No matter what your interests are, you can easily find a job of interest in one of the Libraries at Penn. Date posted: May 15, 2018. Search for "library" on the student employment site to see jobs available:
https://www.sfs.upenn.edu/seo/job_search/

Navigating the Grant, Graduate Student Center

University of Pennsylvania

The Graduate Student Center’s one-on-one matching program connects grad students who are currently applying for grants with Grant Advisors who have won specific grants in the past. There is no fee associated with this program. To use this service, you must have already prepared a written draft of your grant proposal. A Grant Advisor will meet with an applicant for one hour to review the proposal and offer constructive criticism, insight, and advice. This meeting is intended as an opportunity for you to 'workshop' your grant application with someone who has been successful with the same grant! One additional hour session may be scheduled in consultation with your Peer-to-Peer advisor. This additional hour must be pre-approved by Grad Center staff and is at their discretion for special circumstances only. Email navgrant@gsc.upenn.edu to request an additional hour, if necessary.

Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowships

University of Pennsylvania

The Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships serves as the University of Pennsylvania's information hub and primary support office for Penn students and alumni considering applying for major grants and fellowships. CURF aims to demystify these opportunities to help undergraduate and graduate students and alumni determine the most appropriate awards for which to apply. CURF’s searchable Fellowships Directory allows you to search for opportunities based on your student or alumni status. See details of fellowship eligibility and brief descriptions. If you are (or soon will be) an active applicant for any fellowship, please sign up for the CURF Mailing List to receive regular updates on fellowships and related opportunities. Graduate Students should check out our Resources for Graduate Students

Competition Announcements, Weekly Blog University of Pennsylvania

Find out about current and exciting architecture competitions through a weekly blog sponsored by the Fisher Fine Arts Library.