Archifarm Interns create opportunities and are motivated to design and interact with urban planners, prospective clients and the community. Interns develop first-hand knowledge about the business of architecture and more by participating in project design, project management, grant-writing and fund-raising.
Archifarm Interns are committed to improving the environments of under-served communities, such as non-profits, low-income communities and public buildings.
Our Interns are passionate about architecture that benefits environments through innovation and intelligent design. They strive to create architecture that is not just LEED-certified, but goes the extra steps to become energy neutral and resource-selective.
To become an Archifarm Intern, see Intern Application.