Intern Think Tank:
Shape the Future of Internship
What do you think a future version of an internship program should look like?
The Intern Think Tank is your opportunity to get involved and be a part of the decisions that are made for the future.
||14-15 December 2012
||Will analyze the current program’s real-world implementation and effectiveness, explore blue-sky ideas related to internship, and share ideas with the Council's leadership
FY13 Think Tank Charges:
The Intern Think Tank will be treated like all other NCARB committees. Members will be required to meet in person (December 14-15), do research, and compile a report of its findings for the Council’s Internship Committee and the NCARB Board of Directors. Its charges are:
- Identify the most successful elements of the current internship program, and suggest opportunities or related concepts that could enhance their effectiveness or increase their usage.
- Identify the most challenging elements of the current internship program and suggest options that could alleviate the problem, while ensuring equivalent or better experience.
- Propose new “blue-sky” concepts aimed at achieving a comprehensive experience requirement for licensure as an architect.
- Consider the value, appropriateness, need, and interest in establishing a pre-licensure credential. If deemed to be a favorable concept, propose a framework for such a credential.
First Meeting: December 14-15
If you have questions about the Intern Think Tank or the application process, please contact Nick Serfass at email@example.com.