The AIA Center for Emerging Professionals sponsors an annual exhibition of architectural work, art, and designs of emerging architectural professionals. Submission deadline is Tuesday, February 17, 2015, and selected works will be exhibited at AIA national headquarters in Washington, DC, beginning March 2015. (Did we mention it's free to submit?)
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Young professionals can save nearly 30% on registration. Combine this discount with early bird pricing for the biggest savings.
Looking for a job in the architecture industry? View job postings from reputable employers across the country and upload your resume to connect with future employers in the AIA Career Center.
Once you've registered in the AIA Career Center, visit the Career Learning Center to view professional development resources and videos to enhance your skill set.
The AIA Compensation Report, compiled from our survey of U.S. architecture firms, offers compelling information on the state of the profession and includes compensation data for 39 architecture firm positions in 28 states, 28 metro areas, and 14 cities.
The AIA/NCARB Internship and Career Survey, contains a wealth of information on the experiences of emerging professionals as they go through IDP, take the ARE, become licensed, and obtain their first jobs.
The AIA is composed of over 250 component organizations (chapters) across the country and around the world. The AIA Components exist to serve the needs of U.S. architects at the national, state, and local levels, including American architects working in foreign locales.
The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) maintains and administers both the IDP and the ARE. In order to standardize the practice of architecture throughout all 54 U.S. jurisdictions, NCARB recommends that state licensing boards require both the IDP and ARE for architectural licensure.
The AIA is always in need of volunteers at the local, state, and national level. Volunteering can provide opportunities to lead teams and manage projects, network with your peers, and improve the architectural profession as a whole. Volunteering has the potential to impact the profession, and your career path.
Are you an Associate member? Contact your National Associates Committee Regional Associate Director to find out how you can get involved.
Are you a recently licensed architect? Contact your Young Architect Regional Director and share your YAF success stories.