Introduction to the ARE
Join NCARB liaisons, newly-licensed architects, and other Emerging Professionals currently tackling the licensure process for the Introduction to ARE Prep Series Kickoff by the American Institute of Tennessee, Middle Tennessee. Come ask all your questions about AXP, ARE, and staying sane along the way.
Refreshments provided, free to attend!
About the ARE:
The Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®) is a multi-division exam used to assess your knowledge and skills regarding the practice of architecture. The current version of the exam, ARE 5.0, is developed by NCARB and features six divisions. Completing ARE 5.0 by passing all six divisions is required by all U.S. jurisdictions as a key step on the path to earning a license.
The ARE is designed to assess aspects of architectural practice related to health, safety, and welfare. Specifically, the ARE focuses on areas that affect the integrity, soundness, and health impact of a building, as well as an architect’s responsibilities within firms, such as managing projects and coordinating the work of other professionals.
About AIA Middle Tennessee:
AIA Middle Tennessee exists to serve and support their members and advance the profession of architecture. They aspire to become an inclusive community of architects that advocates for the highest quality of life by shaping the built environment.
About the AIA Middle Tennessee Emerging Professionals:
Through knowledge, resources and community, the AIA Emerging Professionals of Middle Tennessee encourages professional growth, leadership development and serve as the collective voice for young architects.
AIA Middle Tennessee Emerging Professionals Committee:
Halie Chandler, Daniels + Chandler Architects – EP Committee Chair
Brittany Doseck, Studio Eight Design – Community Outreach Chair
Craig Clark, OHM Advisors – Professional Development & Education Co-Chair
Allison Sonnenberg, EOA Architects – Professional Development & Education Co-Chair
Mara Caoile, JJCA – Special Initiatives Co-Chair
Adam Wingfeld, TMPartners – Special Initiatives Co-Chair
Michaila Crislip, OHM Advisors – Building Tour Coordinator
William Harvell, Centric Architecture – Historian and AIA Mid TN EP Board Liaison
Image courtesy of NCARB.