How Do Your Interns Rate You as a Mentor?

April 1, 2003 · by DesignIntelligence

Archvoices and the AIA National Associates Committee (NAC) is conducting a survey of interns to plumb the level of satisfaction and/or disillusionment among the next generation of architects.

Archvoices and the AIA National Associates Committee (NAC) is conducting a survey of interns to plumb the level of satisfaction and/or disillusionment among the next generation of architects. It’s no secret that the profession is losing some talent to better-paying fields that value their CAD and design skills. The survey also seeks to rank how expectations align with the reality of working within professional practice. The web-based “2003 Internship and Career Survey,” shipped mid-March to Archvoices' subscriber e-mail addresses.
Some questions included:

It also addresses some educational and licensure issues that have been rearing their heads for years—the difference between a bachelor’s and a master’s; and how much does the sponsoring firm kick in toward testing pre-licensure and continuing education after.

Results should begin appearing on the site in June.

See: www.archvoices.org

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