Landscape Design Internship
at Pellettieri Associates, Inc.
OUR 2019 SUMMER DESIGN INTERNS
Rhode Island School of Design
Mary is a returning intern to the PAI team. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Landscape Architecture from RISD. Mary’s favorite part aout working at PAI is implementing designs and seeing them “spring to life”.
Ian is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree in Landscape Architecture at UMASS Amherst. He comes to us with years of experience in Landscape Construction and Architecture and is excited to sharpen his drafting and design skills. Outside of his internship, Ian is an avid traveler and enjoys being outdoors!
Emily is coming to us from UMASS Amherst while studying Landscape Architecture. She is excited to join the fun PAI Team and to learn various aspects of a design/build firm. In her free time, catch Emily outside hiking, kayaking, or paddle boarding!
Enhance your learning and skills in Landscape Design at Pellettieri Associates, Inc.
Our Landscape Design Interns play a vital role in helping Pellettieri Associates, Inc. in its operation as an award winning landscape architecture design/build firm that has been crafting executive residential and commercial designs for over 35 years throughout New England.
What Pellettieri Associates has to offer you:
The opportunity of real design and architectural work such as:
Preparing and involvement in field inventories
Design development drawing
Working directly with our team of project managers, landscape architects, landscape illustrators, and designers.
Perks that Pellettieri Associates has to offer you:
Various Professional Development and Networking opportunities
Experience and training in a multitude of design platforms and technologies
What the Lake Sunapee Region has to offer you:
Four seasons and scenic attractions
Accessibility to breathtaking mountains, hiking trails and nature walks
Access to the seacoast, cities, and night life
Various local restaurants offering a variety of cuisines.
Proximity to local lakes for swimming, boating, and kayaking