Rebecca Curtis

Rebecca Curtis

Ann Arbor, MI



I am currently enrolled in Washington University in St. Louis' undergraduate architecture program. I am on track to graduate this May, and am looking for a full time internship, hopefully to start as soon as possible after graduating. My concentration is in architecture, but I am also interested in interiors and landscaping.

I am proficient in Rhinoceros 3D, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Office, and have some knowledge of Revit. I also have experience in hand drafting and building physical models.


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Fabrication Lab Monitor

I am both the coordinator for the Zund (a knife cutter), and a monitor for the CNC and Water Jet, both routing machines. As a coordinator, I teach students how to use the Zund, and I am in charge of scheduling the students to get trained and selling materials. As a monitor for the CNC and Water Jet, I run jobs for students and faculty, in both the architecture and engineering schools.

Sep 2014 - current

KRJ Architects, St. Louis, MO, Summer Intern

During my time at KRJ I worked mainly on pre-design tasks, including compiling, editing, and submitting RFPs and RFQs, and doing research on codes and materials.

Jun 2014 - Sep 2014

Killeen Studio Architects, St. Louis, MO, Student Intern

For this internship, I worked both as a drafter in AutoCAD for residential and hospitality projects, and as a marketing intern, assisting in the design of advertisements for the company and the company's social media presence.

May 2013 - Aug 2013


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MArch, Architecture

I started the M.Arch program at U of M in the fall of 2014, and expect to graduate in May 2017. I have taken a variety of classes that covered diverse topics, including: concepts and theories, design thinking, and practical knowledge.

In my four studios so far, I have designed a single family home, a hotel/community arts center, a presidential museum and library, and am currently working on re-purposing a power plant.

Relevant classes:

Architecture theory
Design Activism
Advanced Building Technologies
Lighting and Design

Aug 2014 - current

Washington University in St. Louis, BArch, Architecture

During my time at WashU, I studied architectural design in six architecture studios, learned hand and digital drafting, and both physical and digital model building. My completed projects were a community potting shed and garden, a pool house, a playground, a vertical greenhouse, a live/work structure for a scientist, and an art museum.

Other relevant classes I took were: Drawing I and II, Architectural History, Furniture Design, Digital Representations, Global Discourses, and Building Systems.

Jan 2012 - May 2014

Areas of Specialization