Trina Robinson

Trina Robinson

Davie, FL, US



        At this time, I am attending Florida International University to achieve a Masters in Architecture.  I am currently seeking a position withing the architectural field.  This position will greatly increase my awareness of the architectural process.  What I will provide is an employee eager to learn and to complete the work to the highest degree.  I also have a high degree of awareness when it comes to completing projects in time.  I hope that my enthusiasm for the position will shine through.

         Please, do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I would appreciate the opportunity to review my qualifications in more detail.


GBM Architecture, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, Intern

Construction Documents

Jan 2014 - current

FIU (Florida International University), Miami, FL, US, Graduate Assistant

Assist Professor in Environmental Class.
Grading Quizzes
Assisted Students with Computer Programs
Green Building Studio
Florida Building Code
Assisted Students with Presentations for Class

Jan 2013 - May 2013


Florida International University, Miami, FL, US, MArch, Architecture

With over 450 students, the Department of Architecture educates students in the profession of architecture to become thoughtful practitioners, critical thinkers, and broad visionaries with the skills and knowledge to enhance their communities and the built environment around them. Students arrive in the Department at various points in their educational careers—as freshmen, as third-year transfer students, as first-time graduate students, or as graduate students with the Master of Architecture degree.

Students also join the Department after their professional education, to join the Master of Arts in Architecture post-professional degree program. Students in this program are often presented with opportunities to teach, research, and explore topics in and concerning architecture, in close collaboration with our full-time faculty.

The Department has a world-class faculty engaged in architectural practice and research on issues of design, sustainability, history/theory/criticism, sea-level rise, digital fabrication, and a whole host of interdisciplinary areas that advance knowledge in South Florida and across
the globe.

Together, the faculty, staff, and students build an exciting atmosphere of architectural innovation and exploration that addresses the needs of today, by engaging in the communities around us.

Aug 2011 - current

Randolph Community College, Asheboro, NC, US, Sceince of Interior Design and a Certificate in Autocad

Aug 2002 - May 2004

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, US, Bachelors, International Studies and Political Science

Aug 1998 - May 2002

Areas of Specialization