2-3 years | RECENT GRADUATES AND LICENSED OR NEARLY-LICENSED ARCHITECTS
Fellowships are designed for soon-to-be or recently licensed architects. Fellowships are also the entry point for those interested in a long-term staff position.
Architectural Fellowships provide opportunities for architects and professionals in related fields to partner in the mission of 100 Fold Studio while discerning their vocational direction. Ideal candidates have worked in the industry for 2-5 years, have an established church community, and have participated in previous missions, nonprofit or extended volunteer work. Teachability, teamwork, and the ability to persevere through challenges are essential qualifications.
At 100 Fold Studio, our training is based on the concept of career discipleship. Technical skills, practical wisdom, and spiritual values are imparted through the guidance of the long-term staff, hands-on project opportunities and daily interactions within the larger Studio. Fellows will focus on developing their professional, personal, and team-building skills to effectively serve other nonprofits and ministries through design. Our goal is to provide an international, on-site experience.
Fellows at 100 Fold Studio are committed to raising funds for the organization and completing a five-month missions training program. 100 Fold Studio provides you with resources to develop a network of donors who have a clear understanding of the mission, vision, and values of 100 Fold. Salaries are based on experience.
100 Fold Studio also has fellowship opportunities for young professionals including: a Creative Media Coordinator, Videographer, Office Administrator, and Nonprofit Associate.
6-12 months | recent graduates
Internships are designed for students and emerging professionals seeking an academic co-op, entry-level or gap-year positions. 100 Fold Studio provides two opportunities: Vision+Call Internships (no citizenship requirement, work on local and global projects) and International Internships (for non-U.S. interns, must have a visa that allows for 6-12 months of work or volunteer service).
Vision + Call
The Vision+Call internship is hosted in partnership with the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. The Trust is a philanthropic foundation based in Vancouver, Washington that funds nonprofit projects and programs that enrich life in communities across the Pacific Northwest. The Trust’s Vision + Call Internship Program is an initiative in leadership development that helps faith-based organizations develop ministry internship programs for young adults, typically traditional-aged college students and recent graduates. Their vision is to help give interns the opportunity to consider their vocational direction while gaining meaningful work experience in a nonprofit setting.
Through the Vision + Call Program, 100 Fold Studio has three, year-long internship opportunities for an Architectural Intern, a Creative Media Intern, and a Director’s Assistant Intern. This position is intended to be for a gap-year college student or graduate or a recent graduate evaluating vocational direction. The Vision + Call Program also offers a summer position for a Videography Intern (June-August).
Dates: September 2020-August 2021
$1,333/month Living Allowance
There is a required retreat for the V+C interns on October 2-4, 2020 in Yelm, WA. Transportation reimbursement provided up to $350.
Learn more about M.J. Murdock’s Vision + Call Program
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SUMMER 2021 | LAKESIDE, MONTANA
College students and recent graduates
100 Fold Summer Studio is an eight-week initiative equipping young professionals and students in leadership, service, and design. The Studio explores how Christian principles can inform a career in architecture. Speakers from around the country will share their expertise on design, business, and world missions. Lectures, small groups, and one-on-one mentorship will focus on faith and vocation. The Studio culminates with a small design/build project for the local community. Each participant has the potential to earn 250 AXP hours toward NCARB’s requirements.
The transition from academia to professional practice is a challenging adjustment. Understanding the trajectory of different career paths is important, and Summer Studio provides a space for reflection and guidance. Its vision is to develop and champion leaders in service and design.
Summer Studio explores how Christian principles can inform a career in architecture. Speakers from around the country will share their expertise on design, business, and world missions. Lectures, small groups, and one-on-one mentorship will focus on faith and vocation. The Studio culminates with a small design/build project for the local community. Each participant has the potential to earn 250 AXP hours toward NCARB’s requirements for licensure.
The Montana-based Summer Studio Program takes place on the Youth With A Mission (YWAM) campus in Lakeside, which is located on the shores of Flathead Lake and the foothills of Glacier National Park.
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Fundraising assistance available for tuition expenses.
International students may be eligible for financial assistance! Contact us for more information. Email email@example.com
“If I could dream up the most ideal scenario for my first job out of college, this would be it. I got here and jumped right in to sketching out designs for the Readiness Center, and a year later was helping oversee construction. I got to be deeply involved in every phase of the project and learned so much through the process.“