Navigating the Profession in Uncertain Times: Part 1

Date

Friday, June 12, 2020
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location

Virtual

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Entering the workforce is an exciting time filled with optimism, though the current health crisis and economic uncertainty present unique challenges to recent and soon-to-be graduates.

Created in partnership with the Department of Architecture at Kennesaw State University, this two-part series will provide insight into how design firms are managing these uncertainties and adjusting their development and hiring plans to ensure business viability.

Register now to understand what to expect in the job market, how to find the right position, and how to market your skills to fit the profession’s current demands. Firm leaders will also share their strategies for moving forward and experiences from past economic downturns.

Audience participation is highly encouraged! The roundtable will include breakout sessions for a more intimate discussion with the panelists.

This series is intended to serve recent graduates and/or students entering the last year of the program at local and regional architectural schools. Share your thoughts and questions before the event here:

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Space is limited. If you cannot attend, please cancel your registration so someone else can attend in your place. The session will be recorded for future playback.

Meet the panelists

Ed Bernard, AIA
Vice President and SE Regional Manager, Marx|Okubo Associates

Norris Hunt
Emeritus Principal, Vice President and Senior Project Manager, Portman Architects

Mark Kill, AIA
Principal, COO, Cooper Carry

Jeff Smith, AIA
Vice President, Niles Bolton Associates

Julie Volosin
Office Director and Principal, HKS Atlanta

Register for Part 2 – June 19

Thank you to our 2020 patrons