When I was 18, I moved to Fargo, North Dakota from Caxias do Sul, Brasil. I grew up in Brasil’s southernmost state, in the South American pampas near Uruguay and Argentina. But when I was 18, I got a scholarship to go study architecture abroad. And it was in Fargo, North Dakota. And so I …
As a former international student, I know first-hand what it is like to try and make sense of the licensing process for architects in light of visas, paperwork and protocol. This is why I wrote this piece.
I was recently featured on the NCARB website by the AIA Young Architects Forum. Read the piece here: The Value of Volunteer Leadership Early in Your Career
I don’t know that I have a formed opinion on the legality or ethical concerns over moonlighting, as in “working on something else on the side”.
I have been a fortunate beneficiary of mentoring for all my life. It certainly started with my parents, aunts and other relatives. It continued on to teachers, coaches, and family friends. It progressed to professors, employers, coworkers, podcast hosts, authors, colleagues, friends, and peers. Below is my attempt to list a few aspects related to mentorship …
I am excited to share my profile as featured on the People+Projects section of the Boston Society of Architects website.
I am happy to share my profile on NCARB’s Architect Spotlight, in which I talk about AREs, licensing, and mentorship. Architect Spotlight: Gabriela Baierle-Atwood