Olson Kundig Architects
2012 AIA Seattle Honor Award
Photo Credit: Dwight Eschliman, Benjamin Benschneider
AIA Seattle puts a host of career resources at your fingertips.
CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
All registered Architect Members (except those with Emeritus status) must complete 18 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) and at least 12 in topics related to health, safety and welfare.
However, in order to maintain your license in the state of Washington, all registered architects (this includes practicing Emeritus members) must complete 24 Continuing Education Hours every two years and at least 16 must address public health, safety, and welfare. For a complete description of this new requirement, click here.
NAVIGATING THE ECONOMY
AIA Seattle recognizes the challenges we all face in these uncertain times. Our members and staff are committed to helping each other navigate this rocky economy. To help the architectural community stay ahead, we're providing a wide array of marketing, networking, training, and business support opportunities.
STARTING YOUR OWN FIRM
While the guide is written with a distinctly San Francisco focus, it might be easily adaptable for architects in our community.
Looking for office space? Have a printer you'd like to sell? Let AIA Seattle help connect you with other design professionals.
Upload your resume, or look for new talent on our job bank.
ARE / IDP SUPPORT
Access classes and study materials, and learn more about the ARE exam and the Intern Development Program.
MENTORING & LADDERSHIP
AIA Seattle matches licensed professional AIA members with Associate AIA emerging professionals in Laddership groups.
Learn new skills and fulfill continuing education credits with AIA Seattle classes and other resources.
Want to become an architect? Here are some resources to help you find the right path.
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