- Category: AIA News & Programs
The Emerging Professionals Committee engages associate members and architects within their first ten years of licensure through programs and activities that encourage membership, participation, and leadership in the Chapter.
- Professional development
- Field trips
- Building Tours
- Round-table discussions
- Social Networking
The committee will provide a forum in which the specific needs of emerging professionals can be discussed and addressed. The committee will also seek young professionals in architectural firms, and distribute information to them to increase their basic understanding of the AIA.
Emerging Professionals Cheat Sheet!
Upcoming EP Events
ARE Review Sessions
Plans are underway for AIA Columbus ARE Review Sessions for 2012. In the mean time, check out the upcoming sessions in Cincinnati!
ARE Construction Documents & Services
Saturday, March 17, 2012
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
GBBN Architects, 332 East 8th St, Cincinnati Ohio 45202
More Information and Registration
ARE Study Materials
A complete ARE 4.0 set is available from the Chapter Office for members of AIA Columbus to borrow. Stop by during office hours, Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM.
Additionally, follow the links below for free study materials from NCARB:
Programming, Planning & Practice
Site Planning & Design
Building Design & Construction
Construction Documents & Services
New Graduate Complimentary Membership
As a recent professional graduate in architecture, you may be considering joining The American Institute of Architects. We would like to extend you a special offer to take advantage of the benefits and services available with AIA membership.
We are pleased to offer you a complimentary Associate AIA membership in The American Institute of Architects. This offer provides qualified individuals up to 18 months of free membership ending on 12/31 of the year following the year of graduation. Complimentary membership in AIA Columbus and AIA Ohio is also included in this offer. If you do not live or work in Columbus, Ohio, you should check with your local AIA chapter to see if they are offering this complimentary membership. Please include a copy of your diploma with your application.
As a member of the AIA, you will be able to network with architect members and have access to AIA member benefits such as the AIA member portal at www.aia.org. You can also subscribe to Architectural Record at a reduced rate and attend Chapter continuing education seminars and chapter events at member rates as well.
See below for links to valuable information about licensing, architecture schools and other information for those considering or just beginning a career in architecture!
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
Ohio Architects Board (OAB)
National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB)
American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)