ARC@D

DARTMOUTH ALUM NETWORKING

Access Career Services extensive Data Bases of Alums in Architecture, Design, Urban Planning and related fields by visiting Dartmouth’s Career Services

more helpful links:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/students/careers/arts.html

Also Visit Career Services at the Thayer School of Engineering for more Services and Resources for Students interested in Architecture and Design:
http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/~career/students/

THAYER SCHOOL

Services and Resources for Students Interested in Architecture

Thayer School students interested in architecture have access to counseling and career-related resources through Dartmouth's Undergraduate Career Services ("http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/) office and Thayer School Career Services:
http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/thayer/career/students/applying_to_grad_school.htm

Students may view and submit resumes online for on-campus recruiting positions advertised through Thayer School Career Services and Dartmouth Career Services (located on the second floor of the Fleet Bank building on Main Street).

Note: If you are interested in continuing your studies at another institution, please see our information on "Applying to Graduate Schools.”

Building Your Portfolio

As you apply for internships and full-time positions, you may find it helpful to develop a portfolio of your work-particularly if you are interested in product or structural "design" related opportunities.]-->

A portfolio can include work you've completed for paid positions, internships, or projects that you've completed in partial fulfillment of your degree requirements (i.e. course projects). Due to intellectual property issues, you should request permission from your project sponsor or employer before including any projects in your portfolio that may include proprietary information.

Interested in Architecture School? Stop into Thayer Career Services and check out the Seventh Edition of Architecture Schools, published by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, including descriptions on 250 schools in the US and abroad...

While many individuals develop print or "hard copy" portfolios, we recommend that you develop a web-based portfolio for use in applying for jobs. The benefits of this are many--i.e. it reduces your expense and makes it easier to share your work with employers quickly.

Instructions and resources for developing a web-based portfolio are available through our handout, "Creating an Electronic Portfolio." (Note: If you've seen this site before, you may want to check it out again--we've recently updated it based on the advice of Thayer Alum (and SmartDesign employee) Jonathan Cedar '03.)

Thayer Career Services: Services and Resources for Students
http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/rvcareer/students/

General Architectural Web Resources

American Institute of Architects (AlA): http://www.aia.org/

American Institute of Architects, Connecticut (AlA CT): http://www.aiact.org/

American Institute of Architects, New York (AlA NY):
http://www.aiany.org/

American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA): http://www.asla.org/

International Interior Design Association (IIDA):
http://www.iida.org/

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB): http://www.ncarb.org/

United States Green Building Council (USGBC): http://www.usgbc.org/

Chicago Architecture Foundation: http://www.architecture.org/

The Architectural Foundation of Los Angeles:
http://www.afla.us/

The Architectural League of New York: http://www.archleague.org/

The Pritzker Architecture Prize: http://www.pritzkerprize.com/

Access Board: Resources for Accessible Design: http://www.access-board.gov/

Architecture Magazine: http://www.architecturemag.com/

Architectural Record Magazine: http://archrecord.construction.com/

Metropolis Magazine: http://www.metropolismag.com/

Dwell Magazine: http://www.dwellmag.com/

Architect Student: http://www.architectstudent.net/

ARCspace.com: http://www.arcspace.com/

Ditto.com: http://www.ditto.com/

Great Buildings Online: http://www.greatbuildings.com/

Forbes' Architectural Tastemakers in 2005 (forbes.com):
The following firms are considered by Forbes to employ the "ten architects who are most influencing the American landscape" as of 2005:

Ando Architect & Associates

Gehry Partners

Greg Lynn FORM

Inscape Studio

Morphosis

Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Richard Meier & Partners Architects

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners

Santiago Calatrava SA

Zaha Hadid Architects

A Dartmouth Alumnus Trendsetter in Green Architecture:

William McDonough (D'73), of William McDonough & Partners, Inc., is a major trendsetter in the green architectural movement. Check out a Dartmouth Alumni Magazine issue on his work from the Thayer Career Services office, or check out http://www.mcdonough.com/

Thayer Career Services: Services and Resources for Students http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/~career/students/


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