There are many ways to get involved with Tulane City Center

We constantly seek partnerships with students, community groups, and funders


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Work as a student intern

At the start of every semester, and every summer we look for passionate students to join our team. Interns work on projects in various capacities and can have a real impact on the work they do. Tulane Architecture Students looking to apply look for an email from us announcing our search.

Every summer, we usually look for 5–6 full-time summer interns who are currently enrolled in the Tulane School of Architecture to assist our projects in affordable housing, public space, and project evaluation. Selected applicants will receive a $4,000 stipend for 8 weeks of full-time work, from May 31 through July 21, 2017. 

Our Summer 2017 call for applicants has closed; please check back in Spring 2018.


Eligibility

Applicants must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student at Tulane School of Architecture. Students who will be graduating in May 2017 are welcome and encouraged to apply!

Logistics

Lodging, conference registration fees, and most meals will be provided during the conference. Students are expected to cover their transportation to and from the conference. 

Design Futures 2017

Design Futures is a five-day, interdisciplinary forum bringing together student leaders from across the country with designers and faculty who represent some of the most important leaders today in Public Interest Design. Selected applicants will have the opportunity to learn with current and future peers and mentors during five days of workshops, field trips, and discussions at the University of Minnesota College of Design, Minneapolis, from May 22-26.

Submission Guidelines

Submit the following items in a single PDF, with the subject line, Design Futures 2017, to baronne@tulane.edu by 5 pm, April 17, 2017. Please save the single PDF as “LastnameFirstname_DF2017.”

1. Resume – Include whether you are in the undergraduate or graduate program, and your expected graduation year

2. Letter of interest – Please answer each of the following questions in a brief, 1-page letter:

Why do you want to go to Design Futures?

How do you define design in the public interest?

Questions?

If you have any questions, please contact us at 504.314.2330, baronne@tulane.edu, or visit us at 1725 Baronne St. For more information about the Design Futures Student Forum, please visit: https:// dfstudentforum.org.


L9 Community Meeting

Volunteer as an individual or group

Looking to help out with a project, or simply contribute to our cause in any way you can? Great, some projects we work on can always use extra hands and we love to meet new people. Feel free to get in touch {here}.


Working on the Green Line

Become a funder

It is important to note that we do not compete for work with professional architectural or design firms. Instead, we intend to demonstrate the value of good design in venues not often served by standard models of professional practice, thus we rely on the support of outside funders or grants. If you know of an opportunity, or would like to contribute to our work please get in touch {here}.


Don't fit any of the categories above? Have an amazing idea to share with us, or perhaps just want to chat? Feel free to get in contact {here}.