WHY JOIN AIA ARIZONA?
Advocacy – AIA Arizona, alongside our lobbyist, supports the needs of the architecture profession by building relationships with organizations and legislators that affect local and state policies. AIA Arizona has an active Government Affairs Committee that continually monitors legislative activity at the federal and state level. These components work together to protect and promote the interests of all Arizona architects
Networking – Being an AIA Arizona member allows you to network with members from within your local chapter, state component, the Western Mountain Region and the United States. You will also be able to connect with aspiring architects and affiliated professionals.
Recognition – Awards given by AIA Arizona are seen as prestigious honors by architects, affiliated professionals and the general public. Only AIA members are eligible for the various awards.
Public Awareness - Educating the public on the value of good design is one of AIA Arizona’s most important initiatives. With a dedicated public relations professional, AIA Arizona is constantly building relationships with the media and community.
Education – AIA offers many continuing education opportunities through monthly chapter meetings, box lunch programs, our annual state conference regional conference and AIA National Convention. You can also receive continuing education units by reading designated magazine articles, attending webinars and going to other events within the State of Arizona. All active AIA members must successfully complete 18 learning unit (LU) hours each year, with at least 8 of the 18 LU hours relating to health, safety, and/or welfare (HSW).
MEMBERS TRANSFERRING TO ARIZONA
Welcome to Arizona! We look forward to meeting you. To transfer your membership from one component to another, please fill out a transfer form. Click here.
MEMBERS RETIRING FROM THE PROFESSION
We would still like for you to be involved within AIA Arizona. Please fill out this form to become an Emeritus Member and return it to Charnissa Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org). You must be 65 years of age to qualify.