AIA Summer Advocacy Fellowship Deadline

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The AIA has announced a 2013 AIA Summer Advocacy Fellowship to provide Associate Members the opportunity to engage with AIA Advocacy staff regarding legislative issues that influence the profession of architecture. The summer fellowship, which begins in mid-June, 2013, allows recipients to spend eight weeks working at AIA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. gaining experience in the areas of legislative action, regulatory reform, and public advocacy.

All current Associate members of the AIA are eligible for the Fellowship program. At least two fellowships will be awarded in 2013 and each recipient will receive a $6,000 stipend for the period. All housing, meals and other costs will be the responsibility of the recipient. Read more



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