This December, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) will host its second Intern Think Tank in Washington, DC. Members will inform the future of licensure, examine the current program’s effectiveness, as well as brainstorm blue-sky concepts for the future.
If you are passionate about architecture, the profession, and enhancing the licensure process, the Council wants your input. The Intern Think Tank is your opportunity to get involved and be a part of the decisions that are made for the future.
||13-14 December 2013
Will analyze the real-world implementation and effectiveness of the current licensure process, explore blue-sky ideas related to the entire licensure concept, and share suggestions with the Council's leadership
If you are interested in participating in the Intern Think Tank, fill out the e-application here.
You will need to:
- Write a 500 word (or less) essay in which you “Describe your philosophy regarding licensure and your current approach toward achieving it.” (You will upload your essay to the e-application.)
- Find one architect reference.
- Meet the qualifications.
For more information on the 2013 Intern Think Tank, see the Intern Think Tank page at ncarb.org.
Applications are due Monday, 30 September 2013, Midnight PDT.