Inside SCI-Arc

Career Resources

The SCI-Arc Alumni Job Board is an online listing of job openings, giving SCI-Arc alumni exclusive access to great opportunities. It also provides potential employers with the ability to share job openings directly with SCI-Arc alumni.

Employers, including alumni and non-alumni, are invited to submit postings to the Job Board. This is a free service. The site includes opportunities such as temporary work and available studio space, as well. For directions about how to submit a posting, please see the Employers section below.

To post a job or other opportunity, please email Please include job title, description, employer, and any contact information for applicants to use. Text/Word documents are preferred; please do not send PDFs. If you would like current students to have access to the job posting, as well, please email

To view postings on the Job Board, visit: SCI-Arc Alumni Jobs >>
To obtain a login and password, please contact
To submit a posting, follow the instructions under the Employers section above.

Alumni and graduating students are invited to use the free LinkedIn Alumni Tool to research professional information regarding fellow alumni and their companies.

Open Season is SCI-Arc’s career networking event, held once in late March and once in the fall during Graduate Thesis Weekend. Different than a traditional career fair, Open Season is a student exhibition in which student participants pin up work in the South Gallery, selecting what best shows their skills and interests. The school invites employers, including studio principals, hiring managers, and alumni to the exhibition’s opening reception, where they can meet the students and see their work. Additionally, guests are given flash drives with the students’ resumes and portfolio samples, so they can contact them directly after the event. Each year, students report that they made valuable connections during Open Season that helped land them their first job.

Sign up for the Open Season invitation list here.

Useful Links

The NCARB Handbook for Interns and Architects

Toward an Evolution of Studio Culture

IDP Guidelines