STUDENT PROGRAMS

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INTERACTIVE PANEL SERIES

MG2 Student Connection 2021

This summer, MG2 is excited to once again host Student Connection: An interactive, innovative panel series that highlights design insights and goes behind the scenes of project and program experiences from across our firm.?Over the course of seven panels, leaders from across MG2 will discuss everything from licensure, sustainability, and resumes and portfolios, to career development, equity, inclusion, and diversity.

Registration for Student Connection is now open via Eventbrite. We look forward to connecting with you this summer, and beyond!

Career Crossroads: Which Path Should You Pursue? | June 30, 2021

From Candidate to Colleague: The Secret To Presenting Yourself Professionally | July 7, 2021

Facing the ARE: Don’t Wait, Don’t Hesitate. Just Do It! | July 14, 2021

Designing Sustainably: Architects For The Future | July 21, 2021

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at MG2 | July 28, 2021

Technical Design Magic: Making The Impossible, Possible | August 4, 2021

Motivation, Intention, Strategy: Unpacking The Design Process | August 11, 2021

“It is incredible to be part of a company that encourages each individual to embrace their unique talents, knowing that it will foster a strong and beautiful community.”

– Jessica Bone | Summer 2019 Intern

Students are the future

 

Focus on learning

We want to be a part of the education journey by prioritizing on-the-job learning that bridges the gap between formal education and the ‘real world.’

Maximize firm exposure

We aim to be team-minded on a daily basis and provide other opportunities for interns to see into all markets of our business.

Build connections

The internship program is a forum where interns are able to interact and foster relationships with each other as well as people across the organization.

Provide professional inspiration

We want to prepare interns for the future by placing a spotlight on the different roles, jobs and people it take to execute a project.

“My education taught me a lot, but you can’t beat graduating with some experience.”

– Alison Ferell | Intern 2019-2020