Maclay Architects specializes in net-zero energy design. The firm, and founding principal, Bill Maclay (’70), are the authors of The New Net Zero published by Chelsea Green. Located in rural Waitsfield, VT, the firm is recognized as a leader in innovative, ecological planning and architectural design since 1971.
The summer intern will assist in studio research and operations. Based on their interests the intern will take on a personal project and assist in the daily operations of a dynamic architecture office. Possible student project topics include building energy performance monitoring, energy database tracking, green material research, marketing green buildings, or other topics based on the student’s interests.
The ideal summer intern will have a passion for energy efficient design, desire to work in a dynamic architecture firm, and be self-motivated. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office preferred. The duration of the internship can be negotiable based on the candidate’s desires (5-10 weeks). Housing would need to be found in the area and we will assist in the search for local options with advanced notice, additionally a car is most likely needed to get around our rural community. Compensation should be sought through the CES summer internship grant funding opportunity.
Interested students should apply by sending a cover letter including personal project interests, resume, current transcript, and 3 references to:
Laura Cavin Bailey (’05)
Please feel to contact Laura with questions.