Internship Program



Our internship program provides meaningful, hands-on experience for students pursuing a degree in Architecture or Interior Design and allows you to build on what you’ve learned. In any of our three offices, you will work side by side with our design teams and have the ability to work directly with clients on range of real-world projects. As a result, you will become an integral part of our team and will walk away with the skills necessary to move seamlessly from college to a professional career. 

  • Interns work full-time during the summer months. 

  • Interns are assigned a buddy to ensure a successful experience. 

  • Internships are paid and we will work with you to ensure your academic credits are met. 

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During my internship at STG, I made many friends and mentors. I gained invaluable real-world and technical experience that I am excited to apply to both architecture school and my burgeoning career. I learned to pay more attention to the details and the resolution of issues in a project. I experienced being part of a team that is constantly pushing each other to be better designers. These are all important lessons that I will use for the rest of my life.
— Emma, Architect Intern
My internship at STG was a fantastic experience. I was able to contribute to a wide range of projects, and I now have a better understanding of the profession of architecture in the real world.
— Paul, Architect Intern
The summer internship program at STG Design exceeded all of my expectations, and I am so grateful for the opportunity to work with the people at this company. Coming into the interior design industry with no professional experience was scary at first, but I realized that this is what my teachers have been preparing me for. What I had learned in my materials, codes and studio classes came back to me as certain jobs popped up. It has been a pleasure working at STG Design this summer, and I am happy to say that I will continue to work part-time throughout the fall semester.
— Kaitlin, Interior Design Intern
Working at STG Design this summer was such a rewarding experience. I have learned more about what being an architect is all about in the past three months than in four years of college. I have worked on a variety of things, including plan and detail drawing, 3-D modeling, as well as project site visits. The staff has been helpful in answering all my questions and teaching more about this field. I thoroughly enjoyed working here and can say that STG is one of the best places to work!
— Megan, Architect Intern
If there is one word to I can use to describe STG, it’s “people.” After many internships, one obstacle that I’ve noticed many interns face is accommodating so many different personalities within an office, affecting whether an internship feels like a success or a failure. Fortunately, STG fosters an environment where people are matched with skill sets allowing employees to grow within the realm of architecture more quickly.
— Omar, Austin Architect Intern




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