We are always looking for talented people who are passionate about architecture and design and share our commitment to community health and well-being.
Located in a vital and growing urban setting in Fort Wayne, Indiana, we are working hard to design meaningful places that improve the health and well-being of people of all ages and abilities. At MKM, we are passionate about building rewarding careers at all levels for architects, planners, interior designers, graphic designers, interns, marketing professionals, and administrative staff. We firmly believe in the power of curiosity, and that your talent, attitude, and contributions directly affect your destiny.
We are especially interested in people who are critical thinkers and creative problem solvers, love to learn, experiment and grow, and have a commitment to developing innovative designs to help our clients' projects make the world a better place.
If you are interested in exploring opportunities at MKM, please contact us at humanresources@MKMdesign.com.
MKM Fellowship Program
In 2021, MKM launched an annual Fellowship program. MKM Fellows diligently work to analyze the connection between design and well-being, exploring key themes across the care continuum. With quarterly tracks, Fellows gain applied knowledge on how the built environment influences health and well-being across the care continuum. MKM Fellows are deeply involved in the firm’s research initiative by analyzing the leading challenges facing healthcare design across the care continuum. The Fellowship program at MKM provides a unique opportunity for applicants to gain experience understanding the future of healthcare design. Each year is different, and, to an extent, each topic as customized around the specific interests of the applicants.
Our internship program offers the opportunity to forward young designers’ careers in healthcare design, specifically within the markets of community health, acute, outpatient, and long-term care, working on projects ranging from operating rooms and active senior living communities to neighborhood redevelopments and public libraries. We are focused on evidence-based design implementing models of care that improve health outcomes across the care continuum.