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Finding Your Path in Architecture: Alternate Paths/Related Disciplines

March 25, 2015 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Price: Free and open to the public.
Where: BSA Space, 290 Congress Street, Boston

Finding Your Path in Architecture: Alternate Paths/Related Disciplines

Are you a recently licensed architect eager to explore the various career paths available in the design industry? Also, are you unsure about working for an architecture firm and curious about what other career options you could pursue?

This panel discussion highlights some of the many career paths you can pursue within the field of architecture. Hear from panelists who have changed careers or took the “road less traveled”—one that either supports the architecture industry or applies the skills they learned in architecture school.

Panel
Rosie Weinberg, coach at NuVu, member of Artisan's Asylum
Ed Adelman AIA, executive director, Massachusetts State College Building Authority 
Stephen Chung AIA, principal, Stephen Chung, Architect; and TV host, Cool Spaces! The Best New Architecture
Ian Carney, project manager, Radlab, a multidisciplinary design and fabrication firm
Rich Peake, senior project manager, Suffolk Construction

This is the second session in a five-part bootcamp series that explores what you can do once you received your architecture degree. Are you thinking about becoming a project manager or a building information modeling coordinator? Do you want to explore careers in marketing/business development or graphic design? Or perhaps you want to pursue architectural photography? Each month will address a different career path.

This event is sponsored by the BSA Emerging Professionals Network

For those who qualify, 1.5 LUs are available