|Hord Coplan Macht |
STG Design, Inc. (Nashville)
Intermediate Technical Architect - Highrise
Schrader Design, Inc.
Project Manager III
Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson
Architecture & Design Firm
Project Mgr/Intern Architect
Architect Project Mgr
Mid Level Intern
YAF Leadership Program Applications are now open for the 2021-2022 program. The core purpose of the program is to support young architects in Charlotte with programming that addresses professional advancement within the profession as well as in the community.
The objective of the YAF Leadership program is two-fold:
More details to include the schedule and application are available here
- First: Identify and develop Young Architects as leaders in the profession. Provide programs that develop their leadership abilities and their confidence to step into leadership positions within their profession, their community and within the AIA leadership structure.
- Second: Connect Young Architects to the civic components in the public sphere. Architects are under-represented on public advisory boards, non-profit and institutional boards, as well as civic leadership in City and County Government. This program would provide the opportunity for Young Architects to be motivated and inspired to pursue leadership opportunities in the public sphere.
SAVE THE DATE: ARCHITECTURE MONTH | OCTOBER 2021
| ||OCTOBER 7 ||PEOPLE'S PORCH |
| ||OCTOBER 9 ||BIKE TOUR |
| ||OCTOBER 12 ||SKETCHY TUESDAY |
| ||OCTOBER 21 ||FIRM CRAWL WITH RECEPTION |
Sketchy Tuesday (October 12), Call for Volunteers: Sketchy Tuesday is back! Bring your pencils and paper. We are currently looking for volunteers to lead sketching groups. Please email Anna Anklin if interested in leading one of the groups in either Elizabeth, NoDa, or South End.
AIA Charlotte is looking for firms interested in participating in this year's Architecture Month Firm Crawl on October 21st. Firm tours will start around 4:30pm and a closing reception at 6:00pm. If your firm is interested in being a part of this event please contact Amy Craddock
SAVE THE DATE: SEPTEMBER 23
AIA CHARLOTTE FALL GOLF TOURNAMENTInterested in volunteering for the golf committee?
Contact Kate Shelton
EDUCATION RESOURCESBelow is a list of resources where you can get online continuing education credits.
|Join the NAC and YAF Advisory Committees |
The National Associates Committee and the Young Architects Forum are looking for volunteers who want to be a catalyst for change and positively impact the architecture profession. It's a great opportunity to develop leadership skills, network with peers, and advocate for the profession. The deadline to submit here is August 6, 2021, 11:59pm ET.
Architects Guide to Business Continuity
Floods, cyber-attacks and the unexpected loss of a team member can easily interrupt operations for any firm. Will you be able to provide clients with the assurance that work will continue despite a disruption? Updated for 2021, the Architect's Guide to Business Continuity helps firms become more resilient with a step-by-step process and accompanying worksheets for assessing and reducing risks associated with disruption.
Learn more >
Licensure candidates: Apply now for ARE scholarship
Applications are open through August 27 for the 2021 Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship. Apply today for this grant covering the full costs of the Architect Registration Examination, as well as study materials and access to ArchiPrep®. Apply today >
Member Tip: Fellowship (FAIA) eligibility requirement
To be eligible for FAIA nomination, a member must have been an architect member (AIA) for at least ten cumulative years. Regardless of breaks in membership, all periods of architect membership adding up to 10 years suffices, excluding Associate and Honorary membership. Please verify your membership with email@example.com.
Architects in Action 2021: AIA Legislative Exchange
Architects in Action is AIA's premier annual policy and advocacy event for citizen architects and component leaders. Join us virtually July 15-16 for dynamic keynote speakers and thought-provoking conversations featuring award-winning architects. You'll also have an opportunity to participate in online workshops, learn about emerging state and local legislative trends, and meet colleagues at a virtual networking break.
Architects in Action is open to AIA state and local component staff and members actively engaged in legislative, policy, or advocacy activities on behalf of their component.
Register Today >
Architects worldwide collaborators prepare for MASS-ive change
This July 14 session with the MASS Design Group, the 2021 Collaborative Achievement Award winner will show how to structure the design process as a form of policy development and produce projects that address inequality. Earn 1.5 LUs Learn more >
Register for NCARB's Licensing Advisor's Summit
NCARB is hosting a free in-person and virtual summit on August 5-7. The Summit is a great way to learn more about the path to licensure, and is open to anyone who wants to help candidates get licensed. Register today >
AIA Film Challenge 2021 is Open
Enter the seventh annual AIA Film Challenge and you could win up to $7,000! Produce a 1:30- to 3-minute short documentary film that tells a story of architects, civic leaders, and their communities working together to achieve a zero-carbon, resilient, healthy, and equitable built environment. Submissions are due August 16. Register today >
Latest residential firm trends
The AIA's Home Design Trends Survey is a recognized source of emerging trends in residential design and business conditions at residential firms. The latest release shows a dramatic increase in outdoor living spaces while project billings, inquiries, and design contracts continued to remain strong. View resource >
Lessons learned from COVID-19: Solutions to America's housing crisis
In this July 12 session, National Low Income Housing Coalition President and CEO Diane Yentel will share insights into how the pandemic exacerbated America's housing crisis, accelerated racial inequities, and exposed significant gaps in our nation's housing safety net. Earn 1 LU/HSW Register >
Call for submissions: 2021 Design for Aging
This competition recognizes innovative design solutions that improve quality of life for aging communities. Submissions will be evaluated against the AIA Framework for Design Excellence, among other criteria. New for 2021 is an affordability category. Submissions are due by 5pm ET on July 15. Learn more >
Call for submissions: 2021 AIA Upjohn Research Initiative grants
The Upjohn program funds up to six research grants of $15,000-$30,000 per recipient annually for projects completed in a 6- to 18-month period. Research should be relevant and applicable to practicing architects and correlate to the priorities outlined in AIA's Climate Action Plan. Deadline: September 1, 2021. Submit proposals >
2022 Awards Cycle: See what's open
The 2022 Awards cycle has kicked off with several awards that are currently open. Among those are Architecture, Architecture Firm, Gold Medal, Interior Architecture, Regional & Urban, and Twenty-five year. Learn more >
Gold Medal and Architecture Firm Award
The 2022 Gold Medal and 2022 Architecture Firm Award are open for submission through July 27, 2021 at 5pm eastern. Submit now >
Take action with this Sustainability Action Plan
A solid Sustainability Action Plan can transform your firm. From firm best practices to worksheets that connect to the Framework for Design Excellence, Creating a Sustainability Action Plan that works! guides you through developing--and ultimately implementing--a Sustainability Action Plan, regardless of your firm's expertise around sustainability concepts. Learn more >
2021 Henry Adams Medal submissions
Submissions are now open through October for the 2021 Henry Adams Medal. Schools may submit the name of one graduate of a BArch, MArch, or DArch program, who displays general excellence throughout his or her academic career for this medal and certificate.
View the 2020 Medalists > Nominate your student >