Want to see if the AIA Conference is worth it? I’m going to show you what you’ll learn at the AIA Conference right here.Read More
Welcome back to part 2 of “7 Steps to Improve Your Architectural Job Application” series!
In this 2-part series, I’m going to show you the step by step process you can take to show them your true value throughout your job application. It’d be super helpful if you go read Part 1 first, so you can follow the journey from the start.
Now onto today’s topics, we will go through the follow up process, getting job offers and eventually succeeding in your day to day work.Read More
How do we break the mold and show them that we are of value and not just a draft monkey?
In this 2-part series, I’m going to show you the step-by-step process you can take to improve your job application to make the employer know they should hire you. Today we will go through the journey from your resume, to the application, to the ultimate interview.Read More
Let’s talk branding. Whenever someone sends me their portfolio and asks for feedbacks, I always tell them to build a personal brand first. Many intern architects overlook this, because we are architects not graphic designers. We build buildings, not branding.
Building a brand is a self-realizing process.
They think that employers only look at their drawings not the pretty fonts around it. But branding is more than just putting your pretty renderings in a pretty Indesign template. It doesn’t just help you find a job; it helps you realize who you are as a designer/architect.Read More
Yes I said it. You should always poop at work. This is not an intern thing, not an architect thing; it’s just something that should happen. I know you are embarrassed when that person sitting next to the restroom knows exactly how long you have been in there. You probably also feel sorry when the next person walks into the toilet stall after you. Even if you spray some air freshener afterwards, they know WHY you did it. But there are also good reasons why you should do it like...Read More