The Quinn Evans Architects staff is excited to kick off the summer by welcoming a fantastic group of prominent students, for the QEA Summer Internship Program.
These students come from a variety of backgrounds in areas such as historic preservation, urban development, and community planning, among others. Each one of these individuals possess key skills which will bring value to current QEA projects across all practice areas.
Jeremiah Huth is joining us from the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, where he is pursuing a master’s degree in architecture. From Ann Arbor, Michigan also pursuing a master’s degree in architecture, we have Daniel Clunis, who just completed his first year at the University of Michigan Taubman School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Daniela Tai is pursuing her master of architecture and historic preservation at the University of Maryland in College Park. Jennifer Rokoff comes from the University of Pennsylvania where she’s pursuing a master’s degree in architecture. Finally, we have Kurt Gessler, an undergraduate student joining us from the University of Miami, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in architecture.
When asked about their goals and expectations for the program, here’s what they had to say: