NCARB & You: IDP, ARE, & Certification
Learn more about the steps necessary to achieve licensure to become an architect and other programs to get the most out of your career in architecture.
Kimberly Tuttle, AIA, NCARB from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards will present on a range of licensure topics relevant to students, interns, supervisors, architects, and people in the architecture profession. The presentation will review the steps necessary to achieve licensure to become an architect and other programs to get the most out of your career in architecture.
Topics will include:
- Background of NCARB
- The entities involved in the licensure process
- How to establish an NCARB Record
- How to progress successfully through the Intern Development Program (IDP)
- What to expect with the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®)
- Recent changes to NCARB programs
- Value of the NCARB Certificate
Kimberly will remain on-site after the presentation to help address specific questions on an individual basis.
At this time we have reached our room capacity. If you’d like to be added to the wait list please RSVP below and we’ll contact you on Tuesday, March 17th if space becomes available.
KIMBERLY TUTTLE, AIA, NCARB
Outreach Manager, Internship + Education, NCARB
Kimberly Tuttle is the Outreach Manager, Internship + Education at NCARB. In this position she helps support and guide the education and internship continuum as it evolves with the architecture profession.
Tuttle previously held the position of project architect for a small firm in Camden, Maine. She has seven years of architectural design experience, and has worked for several firms in midcoast Maine. Her projects varied from single family residential projects to light commercial restaurants, with an expertise in coastal residential homes.
Tuttle holds a Master of Architecture degree from Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. She is licensed to practice architecture in the state of Maine. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects, serving as an Associate Director of the AIA Maine Board of Directors from 2011-2014, along with being appointed to the Town of Camden Planning Board in 2013. She holds the NCARB Certificate for national reciprocity.