AIA California’s Academy for Emerging Professionals Awards Program strives to advance local and regional excellence which recognizes and celebrates those who contribute to assisting Emerging Professionals and their colleagues in pursuing their personal and professional goals.
Call for Nominations Opens: November 1, 2022
Submittal Deadline: January 24, 2023
The highest award given by the AIA CA AEP to an AIA firm that has made an extraordinary effort to mentor Emerging Professionals in their firm through the implementation of specific programs.
The highest award given by the AIA CA AEP to an AIA chapter in California for the development of superb programming and fostering the highest qualities of leadership within the emerging professional membership.
The highest award given by the AIA CA AEP to an individual Associate AIA member in California, who best exemplifies the highest qualities of leadership and has demonstrated unparalleled commitment to their chapter or region’s membership, the community, professional organizations, and/or design and construction industries.
The highest award given by the AIA CA AEP to an individual student in California, for their outstanding leadership, dedication, and commitment to the consistent growth and development of their AIAS chapter, school and/or community.
The highest award given by the AIA CA AEP to an Educator in California, for their outstanding contribution to the formal education of architecture students.
The highest award given by the AIA CA AEP to an individual Young Architect in California who has shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in the early stage of their architectural career.
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