AIA Convention | Building Leaders
Registration Begins in January
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Get an exclusive, early look at the convention education schedule two weeks before it's made public. We'll also notify you as soon as registration opens in January.

Convention seminars and tours can sell out quickly, so there is an advantage to planning your schedule and registering early.

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Renew your AIA membership for 2013 by December 31, 2012, and you will receive one entry in a sweepstakes drawing for a complete AIA National Convention package—including airfare, hotel, and convention registration. Two convention packages will be awarded.

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The American Institute
of Architects

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leadership for architecture... leadership beyond architecture

A corporate shoemaker who encourages the act of giving; an architect who challenges his profession to help those in need; and an elder statesman who has selflessly served others throughout his distinguished career.

Our keynote speakers at the AIA National Convention are leaders who, like you, build a better world—one day, one project at a time. Come to the AIA convention, and develop the knowledge and professional contacts you need to elevate your practice
and your career.

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meet our keynote speakers
Blake Mycoskie

Opening keynote speaker Blake Mycoskie will offer his vision of humanitarian-based entrepreneurial leadership—inspiring us to be leaders in our firms and communities. [more]

Cameron Sinclair

On day two of the convention, keynote speaker Cameron Sinclair will explore the core passion of our profession—the desire to leave the world better than we found it. [more]

General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.)

Closing keynote speaker General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.) will lay out some of the risks and rewards of being a leader—challenging us to go back to our communities to lead the way forward. [more]

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