Virginia Tech Professor, and ARE prep instructor, Michael Ermann, shares how active learning can transform how we understand architecture. You will also learn Michael’s favorite tip for preparing for the ARE exam and what he recommends you consider when choosing a university.
Braham Berg shares his impactful journey of using his architectural skills and passions for the greater good. You will learn the benefits of stepping out of your comfort zone and going against the grain. Braham sheds light on ways to get active in community development. You will understand why being a great architect goes beyond what you do in the studio.
Sustainable and Organic Architect, Eric Corey Freed, shares how young architects can make a difference in the world by continue to evolve their career. In this special episode, Eric ’s words will inspire you to start something new today: write a book, give a lecture, or start a project that can help your community. We all have the ability to do something good and grow our careers in whichever direction we choose to follow.
Dear Future Young Architects, Lets have a serious conversation about licensing, the profession and how much time you spend screwing around!?!!
Architect Alex Alaimo explains the importance of growing your professional network even before you graduate from school. Discover why it’s so important to join extracurricular activities and organizations during school and within the first 5 years of your career.
Jeff Echols shares how architects can develop marketing skills to promote themselves and their brand. With Jeff, you’ll discover why having business development skills is such an asset for any architect.
Architect and mastermind behind the Evolving Architect website, Michael LaValley shares his experience with taking the AREs, why he loves teaching, and the reason why mentorship is important for everyone to experience. Together with his AIA chapter and Emerging Professionals Committee in Buffalo/ WNY, New York, he shares how they’re working together to help as many aspiring architects as they can to begin and build their careers.
Cherise Lakeside shares how the CSI and CDT certification can help any professional get ahead in the architecture and construction industry. Plus, how she’s building the bridge between generations.
Sarah Wahlgren, National President of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), shares her journey to becoming an architect, what inspires her work, and how she’s serving the architecture community.
Architect and writer, Paul E. Fallon, joins us today to share his incredible stories about biking across the USA to ask one simple question, “How will we live tomorrow?”
Architect and blogger of Buildings Are Cool, Steve Ramos, shares how writing about architecture and public speaking has given him a voice in his community of Charleston, South Carolina. Plus! Learn Steve’s no. 1 advice for preparing for AXP and AREs as well as where to find the best mentors.
Author of How to Architect, creator of The Architect’s Academy, Architect's Bird feeder, and even his own architecture video series, Doug Patt, joins us this week to share his personal career experiences including valuable lessons from his mentors.
Architect and Host of the Young Architect Podcast, Michael Riscica, introduces himself, how Young Architect got its start, and what you can expect to learn from these podcasts. Tune in and learn more about architecture, get the best tips and insights from experienced architects, and discover how you can kick-start your education and career.