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The Architecture Job Application: Hints & Suggestions from Potential Employees

Aug 13 '07 53 Last Comment
farwest1
Apr 29, 08 11:39 am

"Actually NCARB is in favor of the "architect in training", "junior architect", etc. terms. The AIA has also voiced the opinion that young people should be able to use "architect", "architectural", etc. and a person with 3+ years of experience is called "Architect 1" in the AIA salary surveys ("Intern 3" is a person in their third year of fulltime work after graduation, "Architect 1" has 3 to 5 years experience with or without a license). NCARB and the AIA aren't chasing anyone over these title issues. It's the state boards that make those laws."

Do you have a reference for this info, Bloopox? I'm taking my exams, but I'm eight years out of school, and I really hate using the word "intern" because everyone has immediate associations of 22 year old mail-room jockeys.

Rain1
Jul 20, 10 4:29 pm

Thanks for nive tips. The post and the comments are very useful. I'll keep it in mind while looking for a job. My coach also adviced me to say thanks no matter what a person did for you: if it is a small thing or a huge offer.
Best regards, Steve http://eventsearch.us

Rain1
Jul 20, 10 4:29 pm

Thanks for nive tips. The post and the comments are very useful. I'll keep it in mind while looking for a job. My coach also adviced me to say thanks no matter what a person did for you: if it is a small thing or a huge offer.
Best regards http://eventsearch.us

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