Emerging Professionals

Mission:

The AIA CT Emerging Professionals seek to serve a community of architectural designers pursuing professional and personal growth by providing resources that afford social, educational, and cultural opportunities.

Vision:

With our members coming from a varying range of experience, interests and backgrounds, our goal is to celebrate our unique talents while encouraging active involvement within the greater AEC community. We aim to foster interactions that provoke a meaningful exchange of thoughts and ideas

Staff Coordinators:
Carolyn Petrowski

Geared specifically toward recent graduates, Architectural Experience Program™ (AXP™) participants, young architects, designers, and other design/build professionals.

Join a Task Forces based on your interest and time available!

Task Force opportunities include: Communications, Events & Mentoring.

Communications           Events
Newsletter                         Bowling
Social Media                     
EP Meet-ups

Mentoring                      ARE Advantage
Individual                           Exam Videos
Group                                Exam Library
Discounts on
Black Spectacles
and Amber Book Video
Subscriptions

 

EVENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS

The EP Quarterly Newsletter!

Our second quarterly newsletter is out now!

Click on the photo above to read more.

 

Architect Registration Examination Review

5.0 ARE Candidates – The Architect Registration Examination Review Series is being revamped for the new exam format. Please see the Calendar to register for individual dates, as they become available.

Contact Gina Calabro about ARE Prep series discounted pricing and discounted subscriptions to Amber Book Video & Black Spectacles.

The Young Architects Forum (YAF) Connection is the primary method of communication from the YAF to the Emerging Professionals and architects within 10 years of licensure. The publication features the accomplishments, programs and musings of Emerging Professionals from across the country.

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