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Welcoming Sydney Johnson
maryland landscape architecture intern

April 06, 2021

Sydney Johnson, 15, connected with Colleen as her mentor through the young leaders program with Heartsmiles. As a result, Sydney will join Intreegue as a spring/summer intern to learn the ropes of the field of design. Already, she has completed orientation and jumped into action! By accompanying our team on a recent site visit, she has started to familiarize herself with the workings of a landscape architecture studio.

With enthusiasm and a passion for design, Sydney has proven to be an ambitious young leader with HeartSmiles, and a natural fit here at Intreegue. Sydney intends to attend Parsons School of Design in New York, and until that time, we look forward to her presence and contributions to the Intreegue team.

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