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Congratulations to all Emerging Professional Award Winners!

Best Portfolio: Gray Burke / University of Miami

Best Portfolio: Juan Chinchilla / University of Miami

Studio Project of the Year: Nathan Sullivan

Rising Star of the Year: Amanda S. Barton, AIA

Entrepreneur of the Year: Jennifer McConney-Gayoso, AIA

Best Place to Work Award: Gensler

Volunteer of the Year: Josiah D. Hinkle, AIA

Community Service Award: Erica Williams

Mentor of the Year: Evan Siegel, AIA

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ARE Update: Free Practice Exams

The “Exams” tab of your NCARB Record is available again, and inside it you’ll find an exciting new resource to help you prepare for the…

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Vote for Your Favorite Florida Buildings!

People’s Choice Competition voting is open and we’re excited and honored to be celebrating K-12 education in support of Lourdes’ leadership year theme of Empower and Elevate.

Voting is open until midnight on July 29th.

Vote Now!

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Learn more about the AIA Disaster Assistance Network

Did you know the AIA Miami has trained over 100 local professionals through the AIA Safety Assessment Program in the last 5 years? The training…

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Share your love for Miami, Join the MCAD Tour Guides!

Share your love of Miami! Learn to lead our historic architecture tours.

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Need Advice? Then Gain a Mentor!

Want someone who can provide guidance through licensure & foster professional growth?

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AIA Miami Career Center

The AIA Miami Career Center is the exclusive job board and resume listing for the South Florida design community and is FREE to AIA Miami members.

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Earn your Architecture License!

To practice architecture in the United States, you must earn a license from the regulatory board in the jurisdiction where you want to practice. Each of the 55 U.S. states and territories, or jurisdictions, sets their own requirements for licensure in that jurisdiction, but they all include three core components: education, experience, and examination.

NCARB recommends and encourages national standards for these three areas, which many licensing boards choose to adopt—although others set their own unique qualifications.

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Six Ways to Renew Your AIA Membership

The value of architecture is evolving rapidly as more and more fields recognize the importance of the built environment in addressing social, economic, and environmental…

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10 Resources to Help You Become an Architect

These resources will provide a framework to guide you through the path to licensure.

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CE Requirements

Florida Architect License & AIA Membership CE Requirements

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Why renew your membership?

For questions or to speak about hardship options, contact AIA Miami Chapter, Marilyn Lugo at marilyn@aiamiami.org.

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Newly Licensed?

Renew as an Architect after the first or second year of becoming licensed and you will receive a special membership dues discount. Newly licensed architect…

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Announcements

AIA Education Facility Design Awards 2022

Recognizing the best in today’s learning spaces.

Education continues to evolve, and the projects from this year’s Education Facility Design Awards program—presented by AIA and its Committee on Architecture for Education—showcase innovation across the entire learning continuum, displaying how architects are creating cutting edge spaces that enhance modern pedagogy.

From early childhood facilities to higher education and throughout the learning continuum, architecture can be used to inspire learners, educators, administrators, and campus communities alike. This year’s seven Awards of Excellence and five Awards of Merit were vibrant examples of contemporary educational architecture.

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NCARB AXP Update

To complete the Architectural Experience Program® (AXP®), you have to earn 1,860 hours of experience under setting A—that’s work completed under the supervision of a U.S. or Canadian architect, while working for (and paid!) by a firm lawfully practicing architecture.

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Promoting Scholarships with AIAS

The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) has launched a new scholarship page. Students can now find information and links to national, international, and regional scholarships, including scholarships for the Architectural Registration Exams (AREs). Find the “Submit a Scholarship” button at aias.org/scholarships, or contact AIAS President, Scott Cornelius at president@aias.org.

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Reminder: Qualifier License Number Required

As a reminder due to legislation enacted in 2020, architecture firms are no longer required to obtain a certificate of authorization. Instead, architecture is practiced…

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A Message from the Permitting and Inspection Center: Submit Digitally Signed and Sealed Plans

Permit applicants, are you ready to submit digitally signed and sealed plans?

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