As announced in early October, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) is waiving all past renewal fees for anyone who reactivates a Record or Certificate in October or November 2012.
Competing for jobs and projects in a tight market requires an extra competitive edge. Whether you’re an intern or a practicing architect, keeping your NCARB Record or Certificate active means you’ll be positioned to capitalize on every opportunity.
In addition, if you let your Record lapse while still an intern, you may be eligible for FREE certification (a savings of up to $1,500), as long as you meet the qualifications.
The Offer – Open During November 2012:
For architects: NCARB is waiving all past renewal fees for architects who reactivate a lapsed Record or Certificate.
- Architects who let their Records or Certificates go inactive while an architect will have all past renewal fees waived upon reactivation. The cost to reactivate is $475. [Record Offer] [Certificate Offer]
- Architects who let their Records go inactive while still an intern will have all past renewal fees waived upon reactivation, plus you will get certified for FREE as long as they qualify for NCARB certification. The cost to reactivate is $475. [Offer]
For interns: NCARB is waiving all past renewal fees for interns who reactivate a lapsed Record. The cost to reactivate is $75, and if your Record remains active through licensure, you will get NCARB certified for FREE and will get half-price renewals of your Certificate for three years. [Offer]
Depending on how long your Record or Certificate has lapsed, this could equate to significant savings.
Hundreds of architects and interns have already reactivated their Records or Certificates thanks to this special offer. Visit www.ncarb.org/welcomeback before the end of November to learn how you can take advantage of the savings opportunity.