Internships at Toole Design
Are you interested in making places better for walking and biking? Are you interested in how a city decides where to put its bike lanes? How about identifying new pedestrian crossings or developing e-scooter policies? Interns at Toole Design explore these questions and more while working alongside some of the best multimodal transportation planners, engineers, and designers in the field.
Your time here will be filled with opportunity, working on a diverse range of projects and building your knowledge about the field of multimodal transportation and your expertise across a wide range of skills from computer design programs to public speaking.
We want you here for real, meaningful work, and we’ll prove it. Toole Design summer interns spend 8 to 12 weeks working alongside our staff landscape architects, planners, and engineers in offices across the country. A typical day might have you analyzing survey data for a pedestrian master plan, preparing materials for a public meeting, or helping to develop graphics to communicate a new intersection design.
There’s no better teacher than first-hand experience, and you’ll be integrated into project teams from day one. We’ll also help with critical workplace skills like identifying the best food trucks for lunch. You’ll get to do this at one of our transit-adjacent, bikeable, walkable offices.
So, if you are:
- Passionate about making active transportation better in cities, suburbs, and rural areas
- Willing to learn and take on new challenges
- Capable of thriving in a fast-paced environment
- Someone who sweats the details
- Always asking questions when you need help, and willing to take ownership of your work when you’ve gotten the answer
…you should apply! We’re accepting applications for Summer 2019 through March 1, 2019. Internships are open for seven offices this year, so please select your preferred location when applying.
Applications must be received by March 1, 2019 to be considered. Toole Design Group, LLC is an equal opportunity employer (EO/AA/VEV/Disabled employer) and encourages women and minorities to apply. No phone calls, please.