OFFICE FOR PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
For information contact:
Marcy Ruiz, Project Development Coordinator and Internship Coordinator
Internships enhance the formal educational experience and provide students with the practical training necessary to
evaluate career goals and objectives. The internship process serves as a means to a "seamless transition" between
education and professional practice. The internship is a developmental process and a period where interns achieve new
competencies from a strong foundation of practical knowledge and skill. Students in all five ENV disciplines are
encouraged to seek internships.
Students in the Architecture program are required to complete five hundred hours of internship prior to graduation.
Architecture students should contact this office for information regarding verification of their required internship
hours prior to graduation. The Internship Office also provides students with assistance in making contact with
professional firms seeking interns.
Students can also visit the College's job board at http:/www.envjobs.com.