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Dear Employer, You’re probably reading this because an Employee has told you about their desire to attend the Young Architect Conference, so I’ve created this

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If NWA never took off, Ice Cube would have become and Architect.      

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This blog post was written by Young Architect’s Business Manager, Joanna La Bounty. Our recently updated Young Architect Job Board has been gaining a lot

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  If I Was In Charge…  There’s a great Dr Suess Book called If I Ran The Zoo. It’s about a little boy who had some

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Architecture in the Movies

Architecture in the Movies     People ask me all the time who my favorite architect is… Which is a loaded question… Let’s be honest.

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During the month of March 2018, Meghana Joshi posted on Twitter every day, about an amazing woman in the profession of architecture as part of

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Coming Home I recently decided to return to the New York City area, where I grew up, so I could hang out with friends and

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Moonlighting is a dirty word. Much of the architecture community frowns whenever someone says that awful word or jumps to the conclusion that moonlighting means:

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As the Generations collide in the architecture profession, I sometimes feel the barriers of communication between the “young” (people born in the early 80’s and

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Michael Riscica Article for Let's fix construction about mentoring the future of Architecture Construction and Engineering professions.

Friends, I recently traded guest blog posts with my good friend CSI Cherise Lakeside, for her blog Let’sFixConstruction.com. Last week I published Cherise’s article on

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The following article is from a dear friend my mine, Cherise Lakeside from the blog LetsFixConstruction.com. You can connect with Cherise on Twitter at @CheriseLakeside.

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Everything Is Changing Oh, our profession is changing. Architecture is no longer the old man’s profession it once was. A lot of the baby boomers

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