As an Interior Design major you may pursue an internship in a variety of different settings such as at a small private design firm, large commercial company, or at an institutional organization concerned with space planning and facilities management. In addition, you may receive in-depth experience and develop skills dealing with different facets of the industry including residential, commercial, hospitality, health-care, institutional, or exhibit design.

Learn more about paid Internships and see where students have completed recent internships.

Recent Internships


internship Stories

Michelle Del Valle
At Daroff Design, I’ve worked on national and international hotels, restaurants and corporate environments. I’m very fortunate – I get to work on projects that push the imagination with people who have tremendous talent...
Christine Ferri
When I decided to go back to school for interior design, I knew that I didn’t want to become “another number floating around,” like I was at a larger university. When I requested information about Moore, I received a...
Shannon Willis
I like problem solving. With interior design, most projects and assignments start with a problem, and our job is to find the best solution. The fun part is to make the solution look great, too! I love asking myself...