2017 INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

DHM Design will select four (4) Landscape Architecture students for 2017 summer internship positions.  Both undergrad and graduate students are welcome to apply.

The internship program will begin with a one-week design charrette at DHM’s office in Bozeman, Montana. The interns, along with DHM staff, will collaborate across offices on a core project. More details on this project will be provided, so please check back. The students, DHM staff and guest experts will combine their design sense in an effort to provide a both visionary and contextual landscape project.

Each student will then transfer to one of our four offices where he/she will assist DHM staff in a wide range of ongoing projects. Once at an office, each intern will gain valuable professional experience working a typical (paid) forty hour work week. Throughout the summer, when not assisting on the office’s projects, the student team will develop the charrette’s design/ products further and illustrate the team’s vision. This effort will culminate in a booklet to be used by DHM and students.

 

OFFICE LOCATIONS

Bozeman, Montana

Carbondale, Colorado

Denver, Colorado

Durango, Colorado

 

ABOUT US

DHM Design is a story of continuous innovation and growth. Established in 1975, we are an internationally recognized leader in landscape architecture, land planning, urban design and ecological planning. Our experience embraces a diverse portfolio of planning and design projects.

DHM is employee-owned with offices in Colorado and Montana. Organized around teams in various areas of expertise, we are able to draw on each other’s talents and skills to offer integrated, place-based design. We advocate a collaborative design process, working hand-in-hand with our clients, their communities and the design team to turn ideas into reality. Skilled in facilitation and graphic presentations, DHM adds significant value to the public process. Our ability to produce compelling and descriptive graphics on the spot brings visual meaning to the discussion and keeps the planning and design process accessible and engaging for all participants.

Please visit us at www.dhmdesign.com for more information.