Interested in Working With Us?

DC Design In concert with Oregon State University's Department of Design and Environment, DC Fine Homes is proud to offer an internship every summer to the student that exemplifies the qualities and eagerness to learn that we look for in a candidate.

The cut off every year for submitting your interest in an intern position is April 15th. We require an introduction letter and a resume to apply for the position, and upon receiving an interview we also will ask to view your portfolio.

The internships vary from year to year depending on the work we have going on at the time. Typically, we will have a Tour of Homes entry getting to its final stages, so the internship mainly revolves around the finishes and d├ęcor of the respective home, staging, and helping the event come together. Other duties may include participating in interior design projects, fixture selections for other homes under construction, and dealing with our clientele on day to day basis. We always urge our candidates to be ready for whatever may come - flexibility is a huge asset to our company and will enable the intern to experience how busy the profession can be at times.

We look forward to your application and talking to you, and appreciate your interest in working with us.

Dan Cooper, DC Fine Homes

  • "My internship with DC Fine Homes and Interiors enabled me to translate my design skills and knowledge from school into a real client-working environment. The change of pace, variety of tasks, and overall work environment created an internship that proved vital to my growth as a designer. DC has an excellent vision and a true drive to create aesthetically pleasing, functionally appropriate top quality residences, and through my tenure I was able to witness how a designer, homebuilder, and business owner stay successful in a competitive industry. And, beyond learning and experiencing new things within the design industry, I had fun interning for DC. The work environment, employee relationships, and overall company feel made it a rewarding and enjoyable experience."
    - Collin Kayser, 2008 OSU Graduate