Drew Schoening, PCH Architect's newest Summer Intern


PCH Architects is a firm believer in helping young students pursue their dreams of becoming licensed and holding the noble title of “Architect.”  We have a history of offering opportunities for student interns to work on a myriad of projects of all sizes and in the various phases of design and construction.  They are encouraged to participate and shadow our Architects and Project Managers during site visits and client meetings, providing a glimpse into the daily activities of their chosen profession.

Ms. Drew Schoening (pronounced “Shay-ning”) is our newest Intern, having just graduated from Santiago High School in Corona, California.  Drew started drawing floor plans at a very early age subsequently triggering her awareness of Architecture.  Her interest in the profession intensified while studying with Mr. Bill Brown, a renowned teacher of architecture within the Corona-Norco Unified School District.  Her abilities include working in Revit, a Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, and she collaborated on several projects with her classmates while in high school. 

Drew has been accepted to Cal Poly Pomona’s School of Environmental Design where she will begin her adventures this Autumn.  Her areas of interest include residential architecture and interior design. 

During her brief tenure with PCH this summer, her BIM capabilities are being put to the test on several important projects.  Ms. Schoening’s pleasant demeanor, work ethic, and verbal eloquence have enhanced our office and will take her far in the profession.

PCH is extremely happy to help begin her journey, offer guidance, and provide exposure to the exceptional profession of Architecture.