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Careers in Architecture
Learn more about becoming an architect and as well as other careers that draw on the skills mastered by studying architecture via our Careers in Architecture webpage.
Careers in architecture are as varied and interesting as the people who hold them. Therefore, the AIA has established a unique web site for the topic:www.ARCHcareers.org
Grow with The AIA
2014 Emerging Professionals SummitIt's the year 2033; what role are architects playing in society? Will you be prepared to play your part? If not, what changes need to happen now to better position you and fellow architects for the future?
This scenario is just a snapshot of the issues we'll address at the 2014 Emerging Professionals Summit. In January 2014, the AIA will bring together thought leaders from across the profession to address how practice culture can be shaped to prepare current and future architects for their role in society.
Learn more about the Summit
The AIA is committed to supporting architects through each career stage.
The AIA Center for Emerging Professionals
A Resource for Interns to Gain IDP Credit
The Emerging Professional's Companion is now available in interactive PDF format! The EPC contains seventeen (17) chapters that align with the experience categories and areas of NCARB's Intern Development Program (IDP). Visit www.epcompanion.org to download the entire PDF document, individual chapters with activities, and updated resources.
Use the EPC to satisfy a portion of your IDP hour requirements. Earn up to 1,624 IDP hours through the EPC. Each activity is worth eight hours. By completing EPC activities, you can earn up to 40 core hours in each experience area.Learn more at www.epcompanion.org
Architect's Knowledge Resource for Career Stages
- Location: High Tech High Chula Vista, Chula Vista, CA
- Architect: Studio E Architects
This project blurs the line between indoor & outdoor space to offer opportunities for students and staff to connect to nature. The design is intended to develop multiple intelligences by offering direct visual access to the outdoors from every learning space.Discover more in the Architect's Knowledge Resource
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- Moderator: Mike Crosbie, Ph.D, AIA
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