PARTICIPATING FIRMS

2016–2017 firms: Weiss/Manfredi, Corgan, AvroKO Design, Hacker, Lake | Flato, Seldorf Architects, Christoff : Finio, Andersson Wise, Leroy Street Studio, Kieran Timberlake, Allied Works, Bade Stageberg Cox, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, nArchitects, Miro Rivera Architects, 3XN, Wheeler Kearns Architects, Good Fulton Farrell, Diller, Scofidio & Renfro, SHoP, Rick Joy, BORA, Marwan Al–Sayed, Guerin Glass Architects, ARO, Michael Hsu Office of Architecture, fyoog, Pezo Von Ellrichshausen, JAJA, Bercey Chen Studio, Mithun, Duda Paine, Rogers Partners, Tsao & McKown, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, Payette, LMN, 1100 Architect, De Leon & Primmer Architecture, WORK AC, PAGE, Koko Architecture, Snohetta (Oslo and New York), Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Pelli Clarke Pelli (New York), BAR Architects, Gensler (Austin and New York), Marmol Radziner, BIG (Copenhagen), KPF (London and New York), MASS Design Group, STG Austin, Behnisch Architekten (Stuttgart), Overland, Olson Kundig Architects.

For a complete and searchable list of firms associated with the Professional Residency Program, students should log into Career Source (https://soa-utexas-csm.symplicity.com/). When searching "employer directory," specify "PRP" in More Options to help refine the selection. 
 

INTERESTED FIRMS

Although we have long-standing associations with many firms nationally and internationally, the Professional Residency Program is always interested in establishing new relationships. 
 
The Professional Residency Program places honors students in sponsoring firms in two sessions: Spring|Summer (January- August) and Summer|Fall (June - December). Students are expected to work on a full-time basis (40 hours/week) for a minimum of six months. Participating firms are encouraged to compensate the student fairly for the work performed.  Some firms offer a monthly stipend rather than hourly compensation. Additionally, firms may choose to reimburse the student's program fees ($500.00 USD), although there is no expectation to do so.  
 
When a student is placed, the sponsoring firm completes the PRP Agreement, which highlights the student's and firm's commitment to meet the objectives of the program. Additional information includes the dates for the start and end of the internship and the name of student's supervisor (a registered architect within the office) and is completed by the signatures of the firm contact, the student and the PRP Director.

CONTACT

If you are interested in being involved in the Professional Residency Program, please contact us:

utprp@utexas.edu
512 471 2558

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