The D4D Student Internship program was developed to engage design students in the mission of Designs for Dignity, which is a non-profit who transforms other non-profit spaces through pro bono design services and in-kind donations.
Candidates for the Spring 2011 internship must meet the internship eligibility requirements as defined by their design program* and possess the following:a positive, proactive approach, a demonstrated commitment to community-based design and environmental sustainability, superior Interpersonal and communications skills, strong organization skills, a working knowledge of AutoCAD, Microsoft Office & Outlook.
Their application is now online at
Also, they are moving to the Merchandise Mart, so they will be close and convenient. They are conducting interviews December 9th.
*Applicants must also be receiving credit for their internship through an accredited interior design or architecture program in order to be considered for a design internship with Designs for Dignity