AIA Connecticut Committees
Emerging Architects Committee
The Emerging Architects Committee (EAC) is a committee within the Connecticut Chapter of the American Institute of Architects that promotes education, networking and community involvement for Associate level members, architectural interns and newly licensed architects.
The Emerging Architects Committee of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is a committee that serves Associate AIA members, architectural interns and newly licensed architects in an effort to promote the development of flourishing architects. Members of the Emerging Architecture Community create relationships within local communities through volunteer work at various events, such as Habitat for Humanity, Box City and CANstruction©. As a professional committee, this group also hosts social networking events across the state to unite emerging architects with their peers and members of related organizations. Members can access educational literature to aid in the successful completion of the Architect Registration Examinations. The Emerging Architects Committee believes in preparing today’s younger generation of architects to become tomorrow’s leaders.
The EAC currently utilizes the following coordinated methods of communication:
|• Associate E-News||• LinkedIn (Page of AIA Connecticut LinkedIn)|
|• EAC Facebook||• Blog|
Please see Calendar for meetings and events. (Schedule information is subject to change.) Please contact Pat O’Brien for general inquiries or to be added to the EAC contact list. All AIA Connecticut members are invited to attend.
2017 Committee Chair:
Michael Pereira, Associate AIA
Architect Registration Examination Review
5.0 ARE Candidates – The ARE Lecture Series is being revamped for the new exam format. We will schedule the lectures as soon as we have a comprehensive program.
If you are an Associate AIA member continuing in the 4.0 exams, please contact Pat O’Brien for study tools and materials.
Discounted pricing available when you register for entire series . See Calendar to register for individual dates.
AIA Connecticut Monthly Communique‘ – MAY 2017 issue