Careers & Internships

 

We are not currently hiring, but we are always looking for a few good data geeks to join our pirate ship.

If you are interested in working with us, feel free to reach out and share your resume and work samples via email to info@urban-three.com.

WE ARE LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD INTERNS

Interested in a summer, fall or spring internship? We are currently accepting applications for fall 2017, spring and summer of 2018. Scroll down for more info.

Internships at Urban3

Are you a total data geek? Do you enjoy creating visuals to simply explain complex concepts?

Urban3 is looking for interns to join our Asheville office. Our ideal candidate has experience working on strategic design projects, as well as an ability to communicate clearly through visual language (diagrams, models, maps, and sketches). You’ll learn a lot and have great opportunities for growth. Candidates will ideally be pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in sustainability, economics, real estate finance, geography, urban design, architecture, or landscape architecture. Proficiency with GIS, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Sketchup and Excel would be nice, but is not required.

We are small, fast-paced office — we look for people who are curious, engaged, ready for a challenge, and who have a great sense of humor.

We are currently accepting applications for fall 2017, spring and summer of 2018. Email us your cover letter, resume, any work samples and your favorite YouTube video at info@urban-three.com.

Interning at Urban3 has been a great experience. I got to actively participate in projects and be a part of an awesome team. Everyone was friendly and welcoming, and genuinely wanted me to learn from the experience. And it was great to be in a place where everyone shared my nerd rage for improving cities!
— Miriam Truppin-Brown, intern summer 2017
Interns interning

Interns interning

Working in the community at Urban3 has provided me with a great chance to learn more about a career in urban design. I have been able to work closely with the rest of the staff as they have done lectures, prepared projects and reached out to clients. The work environment has been extremely positive — a super fun space that is friendly towards all kinds of creativity.
— Michael Doucette, intern summer 2017