How to Reach Members

Sponsor a Program

Sponsors, also known as Corporate Allied Partners, support great design and gain valuable exposure with AIA Seattle’s members and participants. If you are a for-profit company, learn more about sponsorship opportunities with AIA Seattle.

Rent Our Mailing List

Directly reach 3,000 local architects and allied professionals by renting AIA Seattle’s physical mailing list. Our member mailing list is available for a one-time use by design-oriented businesses and non-profits, and is provided directly to your mail house. Download the Mailing List Rental Form.

Submit to Enews

AIA Seattle’s weekly enews lists events presented by AIA Seattle, non-profit organizations, our sponsors and allied members. Learn about the guidelines for event listings.

Partner With AIA Seattle

AIA Seattle welcomes opportunities to partner with our allied industries. Generally, AIA Seattle partners with organizations that are non-profit organizations with relevant, local programming, or AIA Seattle’s Corporate Allied Partners (sponsors). AIA Seattle welcomes opportunities to partner on events and programs with non-profit organizations that share our interests. Lean more about the different ways to partner with AIA Seattle.

Offer AIA Continuing Education

AIA Seattle is a certified provider, and is authorized to provide our own programs for credit. AIA Seattle cannot confer credits on another organization’s programs. If your company is interested in becoming a continuing education provider, you can apply through AIA.

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