The executive director serves as the strategic and hands-on leader for AIA Grand Rapids and ensures the chapter’s role as a constituent-friendly source of education, information, community involvement, business support and development, and as an advocate of the profession locally, state-wide, and nationally. This is a part-time position for approximately 15-20 hours/week that reports to the chapter’s board of directors.Read More >>
We urge all AIAGR members to vote in the upcoming election. Please watch for an email from SurveyMonkey to vote for the candidates of your choice.
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Winter has come to a close, and AIA Grand Rapids is heading into another election season. This means there are several opportunities for our members to join the board. I urge you to consider the board positions (listed below) and step forward in service by seeking the positions yourself or nominating an individual (or individuals) you know would serve the chapter well. Serving on the board is a great avenue for developing leadership skills, networking with professionals outside the walls of your firms, and taking ownership of our profession.Read More >>
Announcing the American Institute of Architects Grand Rapids chapter student scholarship that recognizes a deserving junior, senior, or master degree architecture student having the characteristics and qualities necessary for achieving success and leadership in the architecture profession.Read More >>
AIAGR's bowling night is back!!
Come join us for a night of bowling, pizza, prizes, and great people!
Please register all individuals separately and then email Ashley Dunneback at email@example.com to submit team name/group requests. Teams will be made of 6 bowlers. If you do not have a team, you will be infilled into open teams.Read More >>
Register now for the 2017 AIA Grand Rapids Honor Awards Gala!
It will be an event not to miss for all who are a part of the West Michigan architecture and the construction community. Please feel free to invite staff, clients, contractors, students, and others with whom you would want to celebrate a successful year in architecture.Read More >>