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Three Takeaways from NCARB's Webinar on Internship Changes Three Takeaways from NCARB's Webinar on Internship Changes

The licensing group shared insights on the recently approved modifications to the internship development program that will change the path to licensure. Read more

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NCARB Board Amends Intern Development Program NCARB Board Amends Intern Development Program

The redesign involves two phases: eliminating required elective hours and realigning the core practice areas with those of a future version of the licensing exam. Read more

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NCARB and Licensure: Change You Can Believe In NCARB and Licensure: Change You Can Believe In

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards has endorsed a potentially transformative new path to licensure. Read more

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Intern Employment Up, Says AIA and NCARB Survey Intern Employment Up, Says AIA and NCARB Survey

Biennial survey shows that more younger architects are employed in the profession than in 2010. Read more

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India: The Next Big Market India: The Next Big Market

This country is rebuilding itself, and it needs architects. Read more

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The Unpaid Staff The Unpaid Staff

Recent standards released by the U.S. Department of Labor bring some clarity to the hiring and use of interns. But it’s still a tricky issue. Read more

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The Many Faces of the Intern Development Program

Four firms share their strategies for ushering the next generation of architects toward licensure. Read more

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Employee Benefits Can Help Your Firm Retain Staff Employee Benefits Can Help Your Firm Retain Staff

It's tempting for firms to cut incentives in this economic climate, but great benefits can help retain great staff. Read more

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Salaries Are Rising?

More and more, as architecture commands ever higher visibility, architects at all levels are finding that the profession can pay well and offer wealth-generating business opportunities, too. Entry-level and midcareer professionals are increasingly respect Read more

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2007 Salary Survey

Architects may be driven by the creative side of the profession, but there's a lot more to running a design firm than indulging the solitary genius. Every talent, no matter how brilliant, needs a supporting cast to shine. A survey of their salaries. Read more

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