Work and Learn with Yestermorrow

There are a variety of Yestermorrow Internship opportunities available for 2018. These opportunities extend beyond our traditional Design/Build internship opportunities. Please read each description carefully to ensure that you understand the responsibility, the benefits that are provided and the compensation for each position.

Media and Marketing Internship:

This part-time intern works with Yestermorrow’s Student Services and Outreach Manager to promote Yestermorrow’s programs through a monthly e-newsletter, print publications, posters, and social media. Applicants should have an interest in marketing, strong writing and graphics skills, and be comfortable using social media. Interns have the opportunity to take weekend workshops at no cost on a space-available basis throughout their internship. The intern will play a key role in shaping and contributing to Yestermorrow’s communications strategy and digital media messaging. If you are interested in expanding your own story-telling and brand development skills, this position may be for you. Click here for a full description. To apply please submit a resume and cover letter to Chrissy Bellmyer, Student Services and Outreach Manager [email protected].

Campus Experience Internship:

Students come to Yestermorrow for world-class design/build education, but also experience the unique sense of community that sets us apart from other schools. Yestermorrow’s Campus Experience Intern is an integral part of coordinating, curating and promoting the Yestermorrow experience for our students and members of the wider community. There is potential for this position to become permanent for the right candidate. This is an ideal position for those looking to develop their skills for a career in hospitality management, community outreach and/or event planning. Click here for a full description To apply please submit a resume and cover letter to Chrissy Bellmyer, Student Services and Outreach Manager [email protected]

Design/Build Internships:

Learn design, construction, alternative building and woodworking skills in a several month internship position. Interns assist with campus construction and maintenance projects, provide coordination of classes and support to staff and instructors in the ongoing operations of the school. During their internship, interns take 3 full weeks of classes taught by top architects, builders, and craftspeople from across the country. Applicants with experience in design and/or construction will be given priority, but it is not required. On-campus housing and meals are provided for the duration of the internship term. The 2018 Design/Build Internships have been filled. If you'd like to hear about future opportunities, please click here!

If you have any questions about internship opportunities, please email [email protected]