About Quinn Evans

Quinn Evans is a nationally recognized and award-winning architecture and design firm deeply committed to sustainability, stewardship, inclusive design, and resilient communities. Our portfolio includes cultural, institutional, multi-family housing, and educational projects across many scales. Our work connects people with place to deliver purpose, meaning, resilience, and lasting stewardship. Be a part of a collaborative and diverse team rooted in a shared purpose to create impactful solutions that allow places and people to thrive today and tomorrow. Quinn Evans is among the largest women-owned design practices in the country. We take pride in our diverse team and workplace culture that emphasizes mentoring, coaching, and professional development. Quinn Evans offers a competitive salary and benefits package, a flexible work schedule, and career advancement opportunities.

‍Be a part of a great company that prioritizes helping places and people thrive today and tomorrow. Quinn Evans is always looking for teammates who have the commitment to make resilient and vibrant community places. Always looking to and investing in our shared future, we will be a woman-owned firm in April 2022.

We seek new ways to deliver on the purpose, meaning, and benefits of place through participatory and intentional design. In support of our mission to create places that give back, our practice is an original 2030 signatory and has long been a leader in promoting carbon neutrality in the built environment. We need skilled and dedicated collaborators on our team to accomplish these goals.

We celebrate diverse perspectives, views, and contributions as part of the creative process and further our contributions to the building and design professions by creating pathways into the profession. Our collective professional growth and distinction benefit in our membership in the President’s Circle of the National Organization for Minority Architects (NOMA) and as a signatory of the 1.5°C COP26 Communiqué.

Our internship opportunities put you in prime spaces that offer invaluable work experience, connections, and more. Get started by making a difference as a Quinntern. If you are interested in an internship with Quinn Evans, please submit a cover letter, resume, and portfolio to the open internship positions listed below.

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