Environmental Studies Impact Internship for the Summer

This program provides students with great professional work experience with local community organizations doing meaningful work on issues related to the environment, climate, and sustainability. Students receive a $4,000 stipend, and the chance to work with supervisors making a real difference in the St. Louis community. There are positions in many areas of environmental and […]

Divided City Graduate Summer Research Fellowship

The Center for the Humanities, in collaboration with the Sam Fox School and with funding from the Office of the Provost’s Here and Next initiative, is pleased to offer a new round of Divided City Graduate Fellowships for Summer 2024 for MA/PhD students in the Humanities, Humanistic Social Sciences, Art, Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture. […]

Seeking Urban Landscape Renderings for the Delmar Loop!

The Loop Special Business District (LSBD) and UCity in Bloom are seeking assistance to develop a strategy that would reimagine the tree canopy along the Loop. They seek a skilled student from the College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design to bring this vision to life through graphic renderings. Project Details: […]

Rise Internship and Stipend

Hickok Cole has officially launched the Rise Internship and Stipend 2024, our annual program dedicated to elevating Black design voices. Each year, we invite one student to join us for an eight-to-ten-week paid summer internship at the Hickok Cole headquarters in Washington, DC where they will be exposed to the intricacies of the profession and have the opportunity to dig into real […]

Triad Manufacturing Company is Hiring

Triad Manufacturing is hiring one student who can use the CNC, do wood finishing, and cabinet assembling for their company. Visit their website for further information about their company, https://www.triadmfg.com/ Reach out to Amanda Cruz for recruiting for Triad. (314) 446-2610

The 2024 ‘314 Day’ Design Call

Collaboratively, the 314 Day Foundation and STLMade (an initiative of Greater St. Louis, Inc.) contribute to the celebration in many ways – one being the commission of an annual 314 Day design by a graphic designer/illustrator from the metro to commemorate the day in both marketing and merchandise. We also promote that artist through our […]

Prickly Pear Nature School seeking Assistant for Summer Camp

Prickly Pear Nature School offers summer camp 7 weeks this Summer. They are looking for an assistant to help with camp.  A person in this role will assist in supporting a group of 8-12 children ages 3.5-7 years old. I am looking for someone that: 🌱 enjoys children, 🌱 is willing to play with the children in […]

Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum’s New Perspectives Talks: Call for Proposals

Program DescriptionNew Perspectives talks are opportunities for emerging scholars to conduct research and give apublic talk on the Museum’s collection. The paid talks are given by graduate students in Arts &Sciences and the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual and focus on one or more works from thecollection, aligning with the students’ own expertise […]

Casa Tiempo seeking marketing assistance and more

Casa Tiempo is a small interior design company with a growing client roster. They are seeking someone to help with social media and marketing materials and templates. They currently need intermittent help, but this has the potential to grow into much more. If you are a fresh set of eyes that want to be on […]

Perennial Community Workshop hiring part-time Woodshop Specialist

Overview of PerennialPerennial is a non-profit community workshop in St. Louis, MO that offers educational programming in creative reuse. Perennial’s mission is to build a creative culture of sustainability in which discarded items are transformed into cherished resources. Through classes, workshops, and events Perennial empowers adult beginners with the creative skills and resources they need […]

City of Maryland Heights, MO seeks applicants for Public Art Mural

The City of Maryland Heights (City), Missouri, invites Missouri artists to apply for a public art project on an existing retaining wall along Dorsett Road located between Fee Fee Road and Reading Road. The City seeks an artist or artist team to create a new site-specific, original mural for this wall. The project is sponsored […]

“Reclaiming Historic Assets to Transform Communities” Research Assistant Position

The project team, “Reclaiming Historic Assets to Transform Communities” is seeking a focused and detail-oriented research assistant to aid in the project by preparing, summarizing results, and compiling work from undergraduate students amongst other materials. To be successful as an RA you must be able to manage multiple tasks by prioritizing more important duties and […]

St. Louis Arts Chamber RFP for Public Art in 3 local parks

The St. Louis Arts Chamber is seeking qualifications from artists or artist groups/collaboratives interested in creating permanent, original public art for three parks adjacent to what will be the new Greenway Along The Hodiamont Tracks. Residents from the neighborhoods of Covenant Blu/Grant Center, Vandeventer, Lewis Place, Fountain Park, Academy/Sherman Park, Visitation Park, West End, and […]

Volunteer Planting Day October 1 with Urban League

Come volunteer with the Urban League on October 1 from 9a to 12p. They will be planting new native plants and general landscape upkeep at the Urban League’s Peter Bunce Water Tower Campus in College Hill. Find them at the parking lot along Grand Blvd at 2125 Bissell Street. Sign up here.

Greenbuild Free Webinar: Creating Healthier and More Sustainable Buildings: From Assessment to Certification

The call for change and investment in healthy buildings has been consistent from health experts to building industry organizations and governments. Business owners and organizations worldwide –commercial real estate, schools, universities, sports teams – have tried to answer the key question: “How do I address building health in a sustainable way?”. On Wednesday, September 21, […]

Participate in an experiment at Sam Fox School!

The first experiment would be at 12 pm on Sept 09 (Friday). We will meet at Weil Hall Lobby at 11:50 am. This experiment requires 33 participants. I would like to invite you and your classmates to participate in this experiment. The experiment will take place in 3 locations, southeast of Weil Hall, southwest of the […]

The John Belle Travel Fellowship

The Beyer Blinder Belle Foundation is pleased to announce the 2023 John Belle Travel Fellowship. This is a $10,000 annual award by the Beyer Blinder Belle Foundation in honor of John Belle, FAIA, RIBA, hon. PhD, a founding partner of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners. John devoted his career to the public realm — […]

“Sowing Seeds” Community Garden Volunteer Clean-up Day

Be Well Farmers Market invites you to participating in clearing brush from their lot to make way for fruit trees, native pollinators and other garden perennials. Help them prepare their space so they can plant a beautiful and abundant garden at the corner of 20th and Salisbury. Cold drinks & refreshments will be provided! Meet […]

The Divided City Community Engagement Fellowship

The Divided City is now accepting applications for two graduate fellowships in community engagement for AY 2022/23. These fellowships are open to Washington University in St. Louis graduate students in humanities departments as well as Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. The fellows will help set up the Divided City Sumner StudioLab, a […]

Gephardt Institute seeking Proposals for Civic Action Week

The Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is hosting Civic Action Week on September 25-30, 2022. This is a weeklong initiative to highlight civic engagement opportunities throughout Washington University—in relationship with local community, campus partners, and beyond. All week across campus, different faculty, staff, and community partners will host events and other opportunities to […]

The team at Custom Foodscaping is hiring!

Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Custom Foodscaping transforms ordinary outdoor spaces into beautiful, food-producing landscapes. They help people grow organic fruits and veggies in their homes, businesses, and community spaces with the mission of creating a healthier, more connected world. They are a full-service design and install company working from visioning to installation of any […]

Volunteer Opportunity – Docent for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pappas House

The Pappas House is seeking volunteer docents to lead public tours of the house. Tours are typically provided in the afternoon after 2p, or by appointment. Tours often are for local St. Louisans, schools, and larger tour groups. Training is provided. Docents conduct tours in pairs.   Pappas House Address:  865 Mason Ridge Rd, St. […]

Apply to be part of Action St. Louis’ BOSS 2022 Class of Fellows

BOSS is back! For the 4th year running, our fellows will get to pair up with one of our amazing community partners, train with local leaders on organizing, communications, data and more.   BOSS is a space for political education, building a foundation for organizing and sharpening with your community. Apply to be a fellow […]

Gephardt Institute seeking Graduate Assistant for Student Civic Learning

The Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is hiring a paid graduate student assistant to serve as the Graduate Assistant for Student Civic Learning. This position will assist with the logistics and facilitation of the Civic Scholars Program and the St. Louis summer fellowship programs. Alongside the institute’s professional staff, the assistant will support […]

Gephardt Institute Civic Life Project: Democracy Youth Film Challenge

Democracy Youth Film Challenge (wustl.edu), There are two prize awards, each is $5k. Any WashU student can submit their work and is eligible to win the Gephart Award. Students under the age of 25 are also eligible to win the National Civic Life Project Award. A film screening and panel discussion are under development for […]

Earn a giftcard for today’s experiment at Sam Fox School!

Mingliang Li, a doctoral student in Sustainable Urbanism, is researching the effect of vertical façades on outdoor comfort for their dissertation.   They plan to do a series of experiments at Sam Fox School in the next couple of months. The first experiment will be at Sam Fox School on April 14th at 1 pm.  This experiment […]

NOMAS and WIAD host Earring Workshop!

NOMAS (National Organization of Minority Architecture Students) and WIAD (Women in Architecture and Design) are hosting an earring workshop this Saturday, April 16 at Hillman 370 from 2-4p. They will have laser cut earrings of varying designs and materials and are open to design submissions. All are welcome! If you are interested in attending, please […]

The Washington University Medical Center Redevelopment Corporation (WUMCRC) seeking a Community Development Intern

The Washington University Medical Center Redevelopment Corporation is actively seeking a community development intern for the upcoming summer and 2022/2023 school year. The deadline to apply is April 1st, 2022. Interested candidates should send Jes Stevens, j.stevens@wustl.edu, a cover letter and resume via email with the position they are applying to in the subject line. […]

Building Futures seeks Design Build Teachers

Building Futures is seeking a full-time design build teacher and part-time design build teacher. Duties for both positions include teaching design and build classes. Candidates must be dedicated to helping teach BUILDING FUTURES students:• Discover their unique abilities• Learn the process of working in cycles, changing scales, incorporating knowledge base from other disciplinesMust be dedicated […]

Park Central Development seeks part-time and full-time positions

Park Central Development is currently seeking: Neighborhood Development Project Manager (Full-time Position): The candidate is responsible for assisting the Director with the implantation and administration of the Special Taxing District Division. In addition, the Project Manager will work under the supervision of the Executive Director to help further the mission of the organization. Community Project […]

Seeking a Student to draw elevations and floorplans

An individual is seeking a student to draw existing elevations and floorplans of a building under renovation in Marthasville, MO for the Missouri Historical Preservation Office. This is a time-sensitive paid opportunity. Contact Bryan Housley if interested in learning more.

Freedom Arts’ Giving Week

It is Freedom Arts’ Giving Week, an opportunity to give back to a good cause after what felt to my email inbox like a weeklong Black Friday. Donate to help them reach their 5k goal and support diverse, equitable, and accessible art education programs in our city! 

Webinar: Intent to Impact: Approaches to Community-Based Design

The Civic Leadership Program, AIA New York, and nycoba|NOMA are hosting a free webinar for students on Thursday, December 2, from 5 to 7p Central via Zoom. As we experience shifts in design practice and pedagogy, many of us find ourselves collectively questioning our approaches to work. While we may find ourselves committed to doing […]

Building Futures is seeking several roles

Building Futures is seeking multiple roles including Design and Build Teacher, Director of Education, and Executive Director. Organization Background The mission of Building Futures is to teach young people the skills needed to excel in the 21st century. This mission is being furthered by providing K-12 students design and build project-based classes in schools, online […]

Wine & Paint the Park and Ribbon Cutting Events in the West End!

Help us paint the sidewalk at the West End Park 4 to 6p on October 16! We will have paint, supplies, and wine! BYOB welcome as well. Register now! Come celebrate 11a to 2p on October 23 for our ribbon cutting celebration as we open the West End Park! Register now! Learn more at www.pocketparks.co.

Join us for Planting in the West End!

On October 2 from 8a to 12p, we will be installing about 350 native plants in the West End Park at 5900 Clemens Ave, St. Louis, MO 63112. We need volunteers to help us put plants in the ground, do some light soil moving, and mulch the garden! Come join as your schedule allows. Find […]

Webinar: Stories of care, stories of hope: Visioning: Where do we, Rose Fellows, go from here?

Come together with the 2019-2021 Enterprise Rose Fellows for through connection and story. In the spirit of John O’Neal and Free Southern Theater’s story circles, the outgoing Rose Fellow class will share stories about community, care, and the future we imagine. We will reflect upon the lessons of COVID, summer 2020 uprisings, and micro community […]

Frank Lloyd Wright House Ebsworth Park hiring Docent Assistant

See the information below regarding the available part-time docent position with the FLWHEP. Send your information to Kathryn Feldt, Executive Director, if you are interested. Position Summary: The docent assistant is responsible for carrying out supportive tasks and services to enhance the tour experience for guests. Duties and Responsibilities: Open/prepare the house for guests:   Arrive […]

Design the next “I Voted” Sticker for St. Louis County

Calling all St. Louis County voters and aspiring voters in grades 6-12 or ages 18 years and older! The St. Louis County Board of Elections in partnership with the St. Louis County Library is seeking creative designs for new “I Voted” stickers.  Entries will be accepted Monday, September 27 through 5 p.m. on Friday, October 15. […]

Webinar: Indigenous Design: The Intersection of Racial Justice and Design

Wanda Dalla Costa, Principal, Taw Architecture Collective PLLC. Director, Indigenous Design Collaborative.  Wednesday, September 8, 2021, 4-5p EST / 1-2p PSTCredits: 1 LU HSW Session Description: Indigenous design is part of the collective reimaging underway in the field of architecture. Utilizing assets such as stories, rituals, values, history, and knowledge, Indigenous design offers a pathway that is […]

Webinar: Flash Points and Incursions: Designing for the Pluriverse

A discussion with Craig Stevenson and Cory Stevenson from OAC Chicago about codesign, ecologies, and transitions: placemaking as healing and futuring shifting between systems and ecologies transition design August 26th, 2021 6-7p. Register here.

ACD August Design for Racial Justice Webinar

Session Description: Justin Garrett Moore will be sharing a variety of recent work from his involvement and leadership with Urban Patch, Dark Matter University, BlackSpace, and other groups, sharing his approach to working across different modes of practice crossing public service, education, social enterprise, and collectives, exploring the various types of work and agency that […]

Next City: SPACES & PLACES 2021: Visions of Black-led Communities Webinars

Join Next City for SPACES & PLACES 2021: Visions of Black-led Communities – a virtual film festival. The festival is pay-what-you-wish to attend. SPACES & PLACES will assemble urbanists, planners and community leaders for a two-day event of virtual learning and exchange. DAY 1 | August 5th | 12 pm to 1:30 pm ET Soul […]

Apply for SPARK: A Sustainability Leadership Training Program

SPARK: A Sustainability Leadership Training Program is a new program hosted by the Office of Sustainability in partnership with the Student Environmental Council (SEC). It will take place August 20th-August 27th on campus and at select locations across St. Louis and Illinois. The program will bring together student delegates from a range of green groups […]

Building Futures seeks full-time teachers

Building Futures teachers will instruct design and build classes for students ages 5 to 18. During the school week, teachers will work with young people at their schools and every Saturday there are morning and afternoon workshops at Building Futures. The full-time teacher would work 5 days each week.  Teachers will be dedicated to allowing students […]