"As an emerging professional trying to get licensed, that network of colleagues, that feeling of community, is really important—knowing there are resources and people to help me when I have questions, to help steer me in the right way."
HALEY GIPE, Assoc. AIA–Member since 2008
"As an associate member, you have a lot to learn before you get licensed. The AIA is one of the best places to do that because they provide so many workshops and networking events to help you better yourself and get yourself closer to being an actual architect."
TEAGAN ANDRES, Assoc. AIA–Member since 2007
As Haley and Teagan have discovered, the American Institute of Architects offers young professionals boundless opportunities for personal and career growth. When you become a member, you will experience the power in numbers–the power of 83,500 AIA members speaking in a collective voice and changing the very shape of tomorrow.
Now is the time to make your voice heard and to plan for your future. An AIA membership is especially rewarding at such a critical time in your career—and such an uncertain time in our economy. As an Associate member, you'll experience these benefits and many more:
As if all of those benefits aren't reason enough to join, we're offering you an additional incentive: Join now and get FREE membership through 2011. That's up to 18 months of membership at no cost!
As a 2010 graduate from an accredited school of architecture, you can receive a free AIA membership at the Associate level through December 31, 2011.* Signing up couldn't be simpler. Just download your membership application at www.aia.org/join_grad to get started. Use promotional code "NewGrad10."
The voice of the AIA has a powerful effect on the places people live, work, and play. The sooner you join, the more time you have to experience all that your professional association has to offer.
Join the AIA today.
*The AIA offers complimentary membership for 2010 graduates of accredited schools of architecture. Provide a copy of your diploma with your membership application, and you receive free membership with the AIA through December 31, 2011.
Your membership will be at the associate level until you receive full licensure and have the opportunity to become an architect member. Please note that some local and state AIA chapters charge a nominal membership fee. For questions regarding your local chapter, call 800-242-3837