Internships & Opportunities
Every year, Tyler students benefit from exposure to scores of architects, artists, designers, professionals and scholars who are at the top of their fields. Students meet with these inspiring individuals through class visits, demonstrations, lectures and more—including three diverse lecture series and two major speaker programs—the Jack Wolgin Visiting Artist Program and the Knowles Architecture Alumni Lecture.
Students connect with a plethora of art centers, arts projects, collections, design firms, programs, studios and workshops and through internships, residencies and other opportunities listed in Tyler’s biweekly newsletter, The WHAT.
Pursuing an advanced degree in facilities planning will deepen your knowledge base within the facilities management profession and expand on specialized expertise. The post-professional program offers working facilities management professionals and those seeking advancement in the field the opportunity to build on their skills and toolsets to elevate their competency.
A master’s degree in facilities planning will prepare you for a breadth of career paths and set you up for success. A few career opportunities include the following.
- Campus facilities planner
- Health facilities specialist
- Real estate property manager
Tyler career coaches specialize in the types of jobs available in the arts and built environment, mentoring students on everything from cover letters and résumés to career advice and interviews.
Temple’s Career Center is another resource that empowers students to find pathways to future success. The Career Center offers comprehensive career development services, from résumés and interviews, to finding internships and jobs.
The annual Architecture and Environmental Design Career Fair connects students of all majors and class levels to internship and full-time employment opportunities in built environment professions.