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“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 […]
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.
Residential Landscape Design wanted
A WashU employee is looking for creative guidance on sustainable, low-maintenance landscaping for a quarter-acre lot two miles from campus including front and back yard. The timeline is flexible, they are looking to finish in the next 12 months. Contact Kate at email@example.com to discuss this paid opportunity. Cover letter and work samples are encouraged, […]
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 […]
“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 […]
Call for Early Career Participants for CHCI/Mellon Global Humanities Institute on Climate Justice and Problems of Scale
The Global Humanities Institute on Climate Justice and Problems of Scale will occur at the University of Pretoria between July 29 and August 7, 2022. Virtual sessions will be held on July 30-31, August 1-2, and August 4-6. The Institute is sponsored by the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes and funded by the Andrew […]
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 […]
Missouri Prairie Foundation seeking Prairie Stewardship Technicians
Position TitlePrairie Stewardship Technician. Two seasonal, full-time positions. Field positions do not report to an office. Position located in Springfield or Joplin areas, or in any of the following counties: Lawrence, Dade, St. Clair, Barton, Vernon, Lawrence, Polk, or Hickory Counties. Salary RangeSeasonal full-time position. $18 an hour; more per hour if individual uses own […]
ECO Recycling Inc. is seeking a landscape designer for a temporary project
ECO Recycling Inc. is looking to generate ideas for designing a landscaping berm and other improvements to their property in conjunction with a large construction and improvement project at 6515 Page Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63133. This is a paid opportunity, you can contact Clay Lindhorst at 314.409.3305 or clindhorst[at]carbonox-inc.com.
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 […]
Come join our Office for Socially Engaged Practice this Summer as an Intern!
Volunteer Opportunity: Join West End Residents to Paint a Street Mural
Laumeier Sculpture Park seeking Collections Maintenance Assistant
Laumeier Sculpture Park is one of the first and largest sculpture parks in the country. Laumeier is an internationally recognized, nonprofit arts organization that is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and operates in partnership with St. Louis County Parks. Laumeier presents more than 70 works of large-scale outdoor sculpture in a 105-acre park […]
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.
Forest ReLeaf of Missouri is seeking an Volunteer Coordinator/Admin Assistant
Forest ReLeaf of Missouri is looking for an enthusiastic team member to welcome people into our program and connect them to our mission work. The Volunteer Coordinator/Administrative Assistant will be responsible for managing the experience of Forest ReLeaf’s diverse group of partners and supporting office operations. Learn more about the position here.
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 […]
Olmsted 200 Webinar: Conversations with Olmsted: Parks, Equity, and Public Health
Olmsted 200 invites you to join the third webinar in our Conversations with Olmsted series. In this series, we explore different aspects of Olmsted’s far-reaching influence on America’s physical landscape and social fabric. This installment is co-hosted with one of our founding partners— American Public Health Association. Olmsted believed parks function as “lungs of the […]
Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals: Seeking Applicants
The Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals seeks to award (up to $5k) the ongoing publication of student-edited journals on architecture, planning, and related subjects in the US. The extended deadline is June 25. Find more information here.
Apply for 2021-2022 Equitable Public Space Fellowship
Submissions are open for the 2021-2022 Design Trust Equitable Public Space Fellowship Program. Two Fellows will be selected to join the Design Trust team as full-time paid staff members for an intensive one-year fellowship to begin in September 2021 and end in September 2022. Fellows will become a part of the Design Trust community, interacting […]
Fellowship with Vacancy Collaborative and Green City Coalition
A two-year paid fellowship is available with the Vacancy Collaborative and Green City Coalition through a program called Lead For America. The Lead for America fellowship program selects, trains, and places leaders ages 21-30 in high-leverage roles within their local communities. You can see the specific listing by scrolling down to Missouri. The deadline to apply is […]
EcoDistricts Institute Webinar: Just Growth: Advancing a Racial Equity Agenda Through Landuse
EcoDistricts is thrilled to be kicking off our 2021 Webinar Wednesday Series with the renowned Nathaniel Smith of Partnership for Southern Equity on March 17th at 11 AM PST/2 PM EST. Nathaniel Smith is a passionate advocate for equitable land use practices and one of the top leaders in holistic community sustainability. Smith’s advocacy activities were instrumental in […]
ACD Webinar Series: Inclusion & Access for Disabled Folx in Landscape Architecture
How can landscape designers, architects, and planners create more accessible and inclusive landscapes for disabled folks across the spectrum of disability? Don’t miss the 2/23 ACD Webinar at 2-3:30p CST. More details and registration here.
Request for Proposals: Graphic Design and Content Completion for “A Community Guide to Revitalizing St. Louis’ Vacant Lots”
Green City Coalition (GCC) and the St. Louis Vacancy Collaborative (VC) have put out a request for proposals for a consultant to finalize the content and create the final design and layout for the Vacant Lot Toolkit. They’re looking for someone with graphic and landscape design experience. Submissions are due on January 25th. Learn more […]
Dutchtown South Community Corporation seeking Green Schoolyard Fellow
DSCC is partnering with Saint Louis Public Schools, the Nature Conservancy, and the Metropolitan Sewer District to bring a first-ever, green schoolyard to Froebel Elementary. They are looking to hire a year-long fellow to work on this project. The Green Schoolyard Fellow posting can be found on the DSCC website.
Parabola: Call for Entries
The Des Lee Gallery is announcing the exhibition Parabola: Salon. A Salon style show to represent crowds in a time of distance. Parabola stands as our gradaute student platofrm to extend our professional interests and connect with each other’s field of understanding, production, and knowledge. Parabola: Salon is a show of our work: our […]
EcoDistricts Institute: Centering Culture and Healing in Community Development
At 1p on Wednesday, November 18, Meghan and Nella will share their lens on cultural resilience and talk about how advancing community cultural equity, stewarding organizational development with a cultural lens, and facilitating space and tools for collective healing can be part of how we define and invest in community resilience. Learn more and register […]
Anti-Racist Design Praxis
Florida A&M and Howard University lecture series this Wed, Nov 4 @ 3:00PM CST. A discussion of “Anti-Racist Design Praxis” will be led by Dark Matter University’s Justin Garrett Moore, Jelisa Blumberg, Curry Hackett, and Lexi Tsien. Please register in advance here.
St. Louis County Library with Ritenour Middle Schools seeking architectural drawing instruction
The St. Louis County Library (SLCL) has partnered with Ritenour School District to provide after school programming at both of their middle schools. SLCL is bringing three different 8 week sessions to each of the schools including one session on architecture. They are seeking individuals to come in to teach a workshop about 2D architectural […]
Private Street Association seeking assistance in Street Redesign
The Windermere Place Association is seeking support to develop a cul-de-sac at the western edge of the street, where there is an existing dead end that is extremely difficult to navigate. The bloc, which features homes on the historic register, is hoping to engage an architect or an engineer to develop site plans, renderings, and […]
Healing and Meditation Garden Design Needed
Veteran Women of Influence have teamed up with residents on Cook Avenue in St. Louis City’s 18th Ward in the Vandeventer Neighborhood, to introduce a “Horticultural Therapeutic Naturescaping Project” aka A Healing & Meditation Garden Park, benefiting the Vandeventer Neighborhood. Our vision will incorporate a labyrinth, Monarch/Wildflower garden, English Tea Garden, etc. which will attract […]
Volunteer Opportunity: Sites for School Gardens
School community gardens in Gateway Greening’s network are in need of revitalization or innovative redesign. Contact Lucy Herleth for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Landscape Architect for Banger Island Greenway
We are seeking to create the Bangert Island Greenway[BIG] to protect and enhance the Katy Trail State Park and the Bangert Island Conservation Area. We need help developing a concept map and draft greenway proposal The relevant community that would use the BIG are any person who need outdoor recreation opportunities locally. The parks are […]
Rain Garden Maintenance Internship
St. Patrick Center seeks an intern to help maintain a rain garden. Skills needed: maintaining rainwater landscapes and providing oversight to a crew of 2-6. Timeline: November 2018 – January 2019 May be paid. Contact: Sue Haverman, email@example.com