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National Benefits of Being an AIA Member


These are a few ways AIA National membership adds value to your professional life:

  • AIA Trust

AIA Trust - Where smart architects manage risk.  The AIA Trust is a free risk management resource, offering benefit programs and practice resources for AIA Members.  Click Here for more information on the AIA Trust

 

 

 

  • Educational Programs
    Fulfill mandatory continuing education requirements and attend AIA's conventions and workshops--without leaving your office! AIA eclassroom offers courses for CES credits that can be taken at your convenience. AIA members receive a discounted price.
    Click Here for more information on AIA National CE Opportunities
  • Center for Emerging Professionals
    The Center for Emerging Professionals can be a powerful tool in encouraging lifelong learning and research among architects. Additionally, architects who work with interns as they work within  the Center will find that they will gain knowledge that will enhance their own practice.
    Click Here for more information on The Center for Emerging Professionals
  • AIA Government Affairs
    Keeping you up to date with changes in government that affect you, your livelihood, and how you practice architecture. AIA provides the voice for the architectural professional that reaches Capital Hill, your state legislature, and your city council. Members have the opportunity to receive the bi-weekly electronic newsletter, The Angle providing news and analysis on Capital Hill, Government agencies and state/local activity.
    Click Here for more information on AIA Government Affairs
  • Publications and Resources
    Membership includes a subscription to Architect, a Hanley Wood publication, the magazine of the AIA. All of the AIA Historical and Archive Publications and Documents have been turned over to The Library of Congress
    Click Here for more information on AIA Architect Magazine
  • Knowledge Communities
    Otherwise known as primary interest areas, AIA members may join any of the many Knowledge Communities. KC's provide access to in-depth information, services, knowledge, and career needs for your particular areas of architectural practice. Online eNewsletters feature news briefs, competition and event updates, and insights on emerging trends in the design profession.
    Click Here for more information on Knowledge Communities
  • AIA Mentoring Program
    The American Institute of Architects (AIA) offers a series of mentoring tools to help you be an effective mentor as well as to find one. These programs are a collaborative effort of the AIA national Mentoring Task Group and numerous contributors from within and outside of the profession of architecture.
    Click Here for more information on AIA Mentoring Program

 

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