SWBR welcomes new, and returning, 2019 summer interns to the firm!
Second year intern Malcolm Ahmad is part of the Education studio. He recently graduated from SUNY Morrisville with an Associate in Architectural Studies and Design and is heading to the University at Buffalo. Outside of SWBR, you may catch him playing music, practicing art, or playing basketball.
Clarkson University civil engineering student Cassidy O’Brien learned about the firm’s internship opportunity at the campus career fair. As part of the structural engineering group, she’s most excited about learning the way buildings come together, from start to finish. She’s expected to graduate in May 2020.
Ali immigrated to America from Iraq in 2017. He heard about the internship from No One Left Behind, an organization that helps US wartime allies that come to the US through the Special Immigration Visa program. He graduated from Tambov State Technical University in Russia in 2016 with an architecture degree.
Alli, also a second year intern, is an architecture student from Miami University in Ohio. She’s spending the summer with SWBR’s Workplace studio assisting on a variety of projects around the Rochester area. She is originally from Victor and is expected to graduate in 2020.
SUNY ESF landscape architecture student and returning intern George Beinetti is enjoying the variety of projects he’s working on. George enjoys photography, hiking, birding, and playing board games with family and friends. He’s expected to graduate from the university’s five-year landscape architecture program in May 2020.
Housing studio’s Aly Mancuso recently graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston and is expected to complete her master’s degree in May 2020.
Charles Bruce was offered an internship as part of an SWBR sponsored scholarship he earned from the Urban League of Rochester. His interest in architecture was first piqued in his high school technology classes. An architecture student at Virginia Tech, he’s expected to graduate in 2023.
Clarkson University environmental engineering student Elisha Snow also learned about the internship opportunity at SWBR while at a career fair held on campus. She’s applying her sustainability knowledge and background on all project types that involve the environment or sustainability. She’s expected to graduate in 2021.
Please join us in welcoming our 2019 summer interns!