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MNLA 2023 Summer Internship

MNLA is seeking a dynamic student to fill the 2023 summer internship position. The internship runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day, requiring a minimum of 10 weeks, and is a paid position where the student will gain experience in a variety of project phases and typologies.

MNLA creates transformative landscapes that connect communities and elevate ecological design. Our award-winning 30 person firm is based in New York City and has worked to reinvigorate, heal, and mediate places for over a quarter century. Current projects are located throughout the United States and include shorelines and piers, public open spaces and plazas, cultural institutions and historic sites, and campus planning and design. 

Please email letter of interest, resume with three references, and portfolio to Ms. Katrina Williams, Human Resources Administrator at No phone calls please.

  • Subject line shall indicate SUMMER 2023 INTERNSHIP. 
  • Portfolio images must be sent as a single PDF no larger than 10 MB.
  • Candidates will receive email confirmation that their material was received.

Skills Required:

Undergraduate or graduate students advancing to their second through final year of study in an accredited landscape architecture program with the following characteristics:

  • Team-orientated, with good communication and organizational skills
  • Graphic skills using the Adobe Suite
  • AutoCAD proficiency
  • Plant knowledge
  • Rhino 3d modeling
  • ArcGIS skills a plus
  • Lumion is a plus

What you may be working on:

  • Design collaboration with project teams
  • Preparation of graphics and construction documents
  • Attend internal and external project meetings
  • Site visits to construction sites
  • Research


Deadline for submission of application materials is February 10, 2023

Selection, including video conference interviews, by February 24, 2023

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MNLA at ASLA 2022

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Paths to Collective Resilience and Environmental Justice: Charting Pier 42

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11:00am -12:00pm

PTMoscone Center, Room 213-214

San Francisco, CA

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