AIA Seattle provides the architecture community with resources and relationships to make a difference through design. We open doors, provide connections, keep our members and the public informed, and demonstrate our commitment to great design as the key ingredient for livable, sustainable places.
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The Laddership Mentor Program, a benefit offered exclusively to Associate AIA members, matches small groups of emerging professionals with architect mentors in order to meet the high demand for professional guidance in a manner that is informative, enjoyable and easy to fulfill.
Path to Licensure
There are many career paths within the architecture profession, but in order to call yourself a licensed architect, you must satisfy three components on your path to licensure: Education, Experience and Examination.
In order to maintain your license in the state of Washington, all registered architects must complete 24 Continuing Education hours every two years, 16 of which must address public health, safety, and welfare.