What should the future of licensure should look like? We’re searching for licensure candidates to share their insights with our 2016 Think Tank!
Participants talk about licensure at the 2015 Intern Think Tank.
With the launch of the Architectural Experience Program (AXP) in June 2016 and the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) 5.0 in late 2016, there are a lot of changes headed toward licensure candidates—and we’re going to need your help to perfect them. Who better to weigh in on our programs than you, someone currently going through them?
Help Shape the Future of Licensure—Apply Now!
This is your chance to help shape the issues that affect you most as a licensure candidate. The 2016 Think Tank will convene December 9-10 at the annual Committee Summit in Miami, FL. Participants will get the chance to see how NCARB operates and be a voice for fellow licensure candidates.
ITT Chair Stephanie Silkwood, AIA, LEED AP (and Architect Licensing Advisor for Northern California) looks on as members add their insights to the wall.
At the Summit, you’ll have the chance to analyze the real-world implementation and effectiveness of the current licensure process, explore ideas related to the entire licensure concept, and share suggestions for improving the path to licensure.
Think you’ve got what it takes to be on the 2016 Think Tank? Check out the qualifications and then fill out this survey. Be prepared to answer the following questions in 500 words or less: What are your views of NCARB and why do you want to be a part of the 2016 Think Tank?
The deadline for applications is May 31, 2016 at 3 p.m. EDT. We hope to see you in Miami!