National Architect October 2020
How To Mentor Employees While Working Remotely
FEATURE STORY
An architect shares tips for guiding licensure candidates remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Learn more about what NCARB and its partners organizations do to serve the public and the profession with this helpful guide!

Recently licensed architect Carly De La Hoz recounts her experience with the 2020 Re-Think Tank, plus her perspectives on the licensure process and more.

Learn more about these six architecture nonprofits and how to best support them.

NCARB has released a new version of its Education Standard, which will go into effect on January 6, 2021. The updated Education Standard is available now as part of NCARB’s Education Guidelines.

NCARB and NOMA have released initial findings from a joint engagement survey on equity, diversity, and inclusion in architecture.


SUPERVISOR'S CORNER
Encourage your candidates to explore our recently launched Destination Architect site, where they’ll be able to learn all of the steps needed to become an architect through interactive videos, tips, and more.
Best prepare candidates for the ARE by exploring through our high-level timeline regarding online proctoring developments, as well as our recently released Guide to Online Proctoring and ARE 5.0 and Board of Directors statement
Free Continuing Education
Take time to complete your CE requirements by taking one or more self-study courses from the comfort of your home. Check out our latest CE course:
Earn 1.75 LU in HSW by learning about the concepts and principles of living, regenerative, and adaptive design, as well as strategies to consider incorporating while working on a project.



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