EMERGING PROFESSIONALS

Making you the best you…
We empower our team, clients and communities through rewarding experiences and inspiring learning environments.

So we can be the best us.
We’re creatives inspired by learners, designing with understanding to influence the communities we live in.

At Hollis + Miller, we want to be a part of your educational experience. From research and design, to professionalism and public speaking skills, we want to help you grow and gain experience and skills to boost your career.

Our integrated studios are great for collaboration, ensuring that you learn about the entire design process from the architects, graphic and interior designers, engineers, marketing team and more.

We offer a competitive Emerging Professionals paid internship program to help sharpen your skills and prepare you for the workforce, while gaining hands-on experience with our clients.

Interested in joining the Hollis + Miller team?

Complete the form below to apply for our Emerging Professionals program.

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BEHIND THE BRAINS OF LEARNSCAPE

Although it’s true we’re fueled by caffeine and creativity, you won’t find our Emerging Professionals out making coffee runs.

Instead, they are right on the front lines, leading the design and construction team for Learnscape®, an outdoor learning environment…

“We believe in co-creation – utilizing the strengths and expertise of all design team members, including our educational partners, to impact design.”


– Scott Barton, Partner | Design Director

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