ARCHway is launching its second program year in early 2020. The AIA Columbus mentorship/leadership initiative connects young architects with firm leaders in the Columbus architectural community. It is a comprehensive approach to mentorship that also focuses on developing leadership skills for emerging talent and seasoned professionals. The program structures multiple modes of active interaction such as group mentoring, reverse mentoring, and peer-mentoring, through thought provoking sessions.
ARCHway participants will:
- Strengthen and explore pathways
- Build network skills and abilities
- Establish and grow professional and personal resources
The program will run from January – May. Sessions include:
|Session 0||Connect: Speed Mentoring Mixer||January 22|
|Session 1||Discover: Career Journeys Beyond Design||February 6|
|Session 2||Establish: Shaping your Career||February 27|
|Session 3||Listen: Stories of Architects: An Advisor Panel Discussion||March 19|
|Session 4||Refine: Foster the People: Achieving Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace||April 16|
|Session 5||Keynote Presenation: Featuring Michael B. Coleman||April 30|
|Session 6||Celebrate: Final Reflections||May 21|
Interested architects must have less than 10 years of professional experience and be an AIA Member (AIA or Associate AIA).
Those interested must fill out and send an application, resume, and a letter of recommendation to Qisti@aiacolumbus.org by December 18. A committee of AIA members will review applicatons and select advisees.
Upon acceptance to ARCHway, a program fee of $300 will be due by the first session on January 22.
If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Krile at email@example.com.