Gehl is a global leader in people centered urban design. We have offices in Copenhagen, New York City and San Francisco. Our US offices are focused on design and implementation of high quality, ‘people first’ urban environments throughout North and South America. We are a dynamic and talented team that includes architects, landscape architects, urban designers, sociologists, planners, researchers and practitioners. We welcome interns who are recent graduates or completing their final year in programs in Design, Social Science, or other relevant fields to ‘Making Cities for People.’ Our New York team is seeking an intern for this winter term.
Please do not inquire by phone or in person, or send printed material.
A Gehl representative will reach out to applicants if they are interested in an interview. Applicants will not hear from us, if they have not been offered an interview.
To apply answer and submit the following:
- Introduction: Introduce yourself, your interests and expertise and what kind of position you are seeking at Gehl. (75 words or less)
- Video: In a two minute video, please tell us what making cities for people means to you, and what you think are the most pressing challenges facing cities today. Please provide a link to an unlisted, public YouTube video.
- Cover Letter, CV & Portfolio: Please upload a single pdf containing a cover letter (max. 1 pg), your CV and your portfolio. We will not review links to external portfolios.
- References: Please provide at least two professional references and one optional academic reference.
- Location: Please specify that you are interested in a position in the New York office.
- Work Authorization: Please advise if you now, or will in the future, require sponsorship for a visa in order to lawfully work in the USA.
- Availability: Please state what dates you are available for the internship with Gehl.
- Academic Requirements: Please advise if you are seeking to fulfill any academic requirements through the internship, and describe any coordination that would be necessary with your academic institution.
Source: GEHL People
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