Prospective employers regularly contact the Landscape Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning faculty because they know that these graduates take initiative, work responsibly, and expertly apply a wide range of skills and practices in urban and regional planning and landscape architecture. PLA faculty members also work with government, private, and nonprofit agencies to establish project assistantships and internships for current students.

We welcome internship and job announcements to share with our community. Please e-mail URPL and LA job descriptions, including contact and deadline information, to info@dpla.wisc.edu.