Plus: Retiring the rolling clock policy, advice for candidates, and more!
Plus: Retiring the rolling clock policy, advice for candidates, and more!
National Architect: A newsletter for NCARB-certified architects
MARCH 2023
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On February 16, 2023, NCARB and the Architects Registration Board (ARB) signed a mutual recognition agreement (MRA) that increases international practice opportunities for U.S. and U.K. architects. Learn who is eligible to apply for a U.S.-U.K. reciprocal license and explore the impacts of the milestone agreement.
We had a chance to speak with architect and licensing advisor Patricia Rosales Vera about her experiences as a bilingual, Hispanic architect and what motivated her to advise emerging professionals in the field.
Check out these initiatives striving to reduce barriers and support Black voices in architecture.
Free Continuing Education
Understand the different ways air contaminants can be introduced in a building and how to address them, in the third course from this six-part series (worth 1 HSW LU).
Volunteer Opportunities
Shape the future of architecture by serving on your local licensing board! The following boards are seeking new members: Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Find out if you qualify, and contact for more information.
Supervisor's Corner
We've compiled a checklist to help emerging professionals feel comfortable and prepared to take the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®)!
Read more about NCARB’s new policy and what to expect next.
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