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The mission of the Drexel Architecture Program is to pursue architecture as a professional discipline by combining the rigors of the academy with the realities of contemporary architectural practice.

Job Opportunities

Find and apply for jobs or internships, build your resume, and make professional contacts with the Architecture Internship and Job Board..

There are job opportunities for US citizens with the federal government, including paid internships for part-time students and positions specifically for recent graduates.

AIA Philadelphia has a job listing page on their website.

Here is the most recent AIA Compensation Report Survey.

Firms seeking interns may contact Rachel Schade, AIA, Associate Director for Student Placement. Please complete and attach the following form: Drexel Architecture Student Job Placement Form [PDF]

A Drexel username and password is required. For login problems, please e-mail:

Student Resumes and Portfolios


Jake Elisii thumbnail image of work sample

Jake Elisii

B.Arch 2020
Entry Level, Available now

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Matthew Lusk

B. Arch 2020
One year experience, available now

Nicholas Robinson thumbnail image of work sample

Nicholas Robinson

B.Arch 2020
Entry Level, Available Now

Sochima Nwogu thumbnail image of work sample

Sochima Nwogu

B. Arch 2020
Entry level, available now

Thumbnail image of student work by Xiaoli Yang

Xiaoli Yang

B. Arch 2020
Entry Level, Available now

Student Design Competitions

Better Philadelphia Challenge & Edmund N. Bacon Prize for Urban Planning + Design

Held annually in October. Open to current university-level students internationally. Registration is free. More information on the website

BLTa Student Design Competition

The BLTa Student Design Competition for undergraduate and graduate architecture students enrolled in an architectural program at an NAAB or CACB accredited school during the academic year. The competition carries a first place prize of a paid internship at the Philadelphia architectural and interior design firm in the summer and a cash prize. There will also be cash prizes for 2nd and 3rd place.

For a separate cash prize, the competition will include an additional napkin sketch contest for the project described in the challenge. Entrants do not need to complete the main challenge to enter the napkin sketch contest or they may enter both competitions.

Visit their Facebook page for more information.

Sherwin-Williams Annual Student Design Challenge

Residential design and commercial interior design. Each entry must use Sherwin-Williams colors.

See the Sherwin-Williams for Design Pros Facebook page for information.


Drexel Fellowships Program

Fellowships come in all shapes and sizes and have a variety of goals. Some are for international experiences and others support activities here at home. Some fund students in particular fields of study or professional paths; others target special populations such as underrepresented racial or ethnic groups, women, LGBTQ students, or those with financial need. Yet others are open to anyone with vision and talent.

What they have in common is that these are all nationally-competitive, prestigious programs that support outstanding students and provide top-notch opportunities -- research, study, service, travel, mentoring, networking, or other professional experiences.  

WHR Architects Tradewell Fellowships

The Tradewell Fellowship was created to build careers of aspiring healthcare architects. Each year, the Tradewell Fellow is involved with clients in early master planning and design with a particular focus on healing environments and collaborative design methods. The year-long Fellowship typically begins and ends in July and includes employment at WHR Architects in Houston.

Application and supplemental information.