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Thursday, September 17, 2009

AIAS Forum 2009

I am absolutely honored to be asked BY Autodesk to REPRESENT Autodesk at this years AIAS Forum 2009. I was contacted about manning a table at the Career Expo. I could not imagine something like this would have came from starting this measly little blog! I hope you all come and support me supporting you. Some information about the event:

DECEMBER 29, 2009 - JANUARY 1, 2010
TWIN CITIES, MINNESOTA


FORUM is the global gathering of architecture and design students and the annual convention of the American Institute of Architecture Students. This educational event offers students the opportunity to learn about issues facing architectural education and the profession, to meet other students and professionals with common interests and to interact with today's leading architects, designers and those making a difference in the world through architecture.

Students and professionals are invited to join in FORUM 2009: Connections. 1,000+ people are expected to participate this year. The event is hosted by the AIAS Chapter at the University of Minnesota.

In addition to the evening keynote presentations, the activities include tours, daily seminars and workshops, the Architecture College + Career Expo and the Beaux Arts Ball on New Year's Eve.

All architecture and design students are invited to attend (membership in the AIAS is not required).

ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE + CAREER EXPO
Wednesday, December 30 | 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Free | Lunch included

The annual Expo is an opportunity for AIAS members to meet face-to-face with architecture firms, graduate schools, product manufacturers, professional associations and other organizations. It is a "one-stop shopping" event to find out more about the architecture and building industries and to explore educational and career opportunities. A complimentary lunch will be provided. You are encouraged to bring a resume to share with the participating exhibiters.

Please go and visit the AIAS Forum 2009 website to read about all of the events. I don't think I need to go into why it is so important to get involved in your local chapter of AIAS as well as attending this forum.



Thank you to my readers and fellow students who have truly pushed this blog into a realm I would have never imagined. I will keep you all posted with information about this event.

Sincerely,

Jeffrey A. Pinheir, LEED AP
"The Revit Kid"