National Architect: Feb - Mar 2021
Understanding How Race, Age, and Gender Impact the AXP
NCARB and NOMA have released the first report of the Baseline on Belonging study, which explores how factors such as race, age, and firm size impact candidates completing the experience program.
As we honor Black History Month, we’re taking time to celebrate Black architecture creatives, leaders, and educators making strides to create a built environment that’s more equitable and accessible for all.

Santiago Gesell’s path to becoming a licensed architect was not what you would consider a “traditional” path. It began in Argentina and finally concluded in June 2020 in Las Vegas.

Know any recently licensed architects? Encourage them to share their story with the community by taking part in our Architect Spotlight series.

Learn about NCARB’s key efforts and updates to our programs and services during FY20.

AXP supervisors and AXP Portfolio supervisors can earn HSW credit by taking our CE supervisor training courses—complete with a series of videos, case study examples, required activities, and more.
Now that the online proctoring option and related ARE 5.0 changes are live, consider exploring our new guide to help set up a qualified test space at your office for candidates to test remotely, as well as these useful testing tips.
With cut scores now set, score reports are back to being released within a couple business days of ARE 5.0 appointments, and candidates can once again view provisional feedback at the end of their test.
Encourage your candidates to schedule a free, 30-minute trial appointment with Prometric to confirm their computer and testing space meets the requirements for online proctoring.
Free Continuing Education
Earn 1.25 LU in HSW as you learn how different sustainable development programs and strategies have been implemented in projects, plus the rationale and effectiveness behind them.

Are you interested in shaping the regulation of architecture? By serving on your local licensing board, you can impact the future of your profession.
The following boards are seeking volunteer architects, educators, land surveyors, and public members: Alaska,  Illinois, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota,  Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
Contact for more information or questions.
1401 H Street NW Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005
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