ASLA-San Diego Emerging Professionals

ASLA-San Diego Emerging Professionals

1050 Rosecrans St, Ste B, San Diego (CA), 92106, United States

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Aspiring Landscape Architects can join the SD-ASLA Emerging Professionals Committee to grow as professionals and discover a clear and supportive path to licensure.

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Mission to support those who ultimately want to become a licensed Landscape Architecture professional through mentorships, networking, information sharing, and local social and professional events
Description

As the enthusiastic and active leaders of the future’s landscape design and development, ASLA San Diego Chapter Emerging Professionals enrich their careers and their neighborhoods through gratifying activities.

Benefits

+ Connection with a direct resource for education and information on the path to licensure
+ Networking and relationship development with professional Landscape Architects, Landscape Designers, and other professionals
+ Enjoyable experiences at social events with other design-minded colleagues

List of current members:

- Michael Watts, EPC Chair
- Patricia Trauth, Board Liaison
- Kristen Koehrn, EPC Vice-Chair
- Tim Smith, Mesa Community College student advisor
- Michelle Landis, Southwestern Community College student advisor
- John Thomas, President Cuyamaca Student Affiliate Chapter ASLA-SD
- Megan Allison, MiraCosta Community College student advisor
- Sara Bendrick, BS Landscape Architecture Cal Poly SLO
- Ellyn Lester, Career Services Director, NewSchool of Architecture and Design
- Michael Stepner, NSAD professor of Urban Design
- Richar Risner, Committee Chair Residential Landscape Professionals ASLA-SD
- Joe Dodd, Vice President Social Activities ASLA-SD
- Maria Swift, Vice President Programs/Education ASLA-SD
- Ty Sterns, Vice President — Chapter Visibility/Public Affairs ASLA-SD
- Claire Ehrlinger, Horticulture Instructor MiraCosta College
- Brian Johnston, SquareRoot Design Studio


How to Become an ASLA-SD Emerging Professional:

Members include individuals who are National ASLA Members ($50/year) and ultimately want to become a licensed Landscape Architect professional and fit into one of these categories

1) a student, currently enrolled in at least (1) course related to the Landscape Architecture, Architecture, or related field
2) a graduate without a license
3) a graduate with a license for 5 years or less
+ professionals licensed for more than 5 years will be considered for membership on a case-by-case basis as mentors for unlicens

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