Young Architects Forum
The Young Architects Forum (YAF) promotes the professional growth and leadership development of Emerging Professionals, including early and mid-career architects and unlicensed professionals on both traditional and non-traditional career paths.
The YAF is both a place to connect socially with the design community and a venue to build leadership and advocacy skills. YAF co-presents monthly happy hours with Women in Design which are hosted by local architecture, construction, and built environment design firms, and plans tours and volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
The Young Architects Forum meets the fourth Thursday of every month at 4:30pm at AIA Seattle. To receive upcoming meeting and event details, subscribe to our email list. AIA Seattle members, allied members and sponsors are encouraged to join as well as other professionals in the design community.
The Young Architects Forum serves AIA Seattle’s Member vision.
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Updates from Young Architects Forum
Garrett Nelli Assoc. AIA is the 2017 recipient of AIA Seattle’s Emerging Professionals Travel Scholarship, for his proposal, “Public Interest: Redefining the Architect’s Role in and Responsibility to Society.” Read more
Attend the AIA Seattle Happy Hour Series for the chance to grab a drink, socialize with peers, and hear from designers at the host firms. Read more
Join us for our monthly meetings set the fourth Thursday of every month at 4:30pm at the AIA Seattle office. AIA Seattle members, allied members, and sponsors are encouraged to join, as well as professionals in the design community.…