December 13, 2023
by: AIA New York
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AIA New York is seeking co-chair applications for three Program Committees, which are the foundations from which the chapter positions itself in the field of architecture. Whether through discussion, advocacy, policy making and development, or other endeavors, committees initiate the majority of the chapter’s programs and are the main avenue for direct involvement with AIA New York.

Preferred candidates will have shown strong involvement with the committee, a commitment to the committee’s goals, a clear vision for the future of the committee, and good communication and management skills. All applications must include a 250-word maximum letter of interest and CV sent to with the subject line, “AIANY [Insert Committee Name] Co-Chair Application.”


Open Co-Chair Positions

AIANY Historic Buildings Committee
Deadline: January 10, 2024
The AIA New York Historic Buildings Committee (HBC) seeks to continue the dialogue and education about New York City’s rich variety of historic buildings and districts through programming at many different scales: symposiums, lectures, tours, and committee meetings. Additionally, HBC participates in review and testimony before the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission through the AIANY Policy Board.

AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee
Deadline: January 10, 2024
The AIANY Marketing and Communications Committee leads the ongoing discussion of strategic business and marketing-related issues for our constituents: architects, their firms, and staffs. The committee’s four major goals are: To create forums for architects to discuss and share ideas about issues in marketing and media relations today; to provide and encourage opportunities for training and development; to be a resource for the exchange of strategic marketing information within the architecture community; and to develop a dialogue about how the profession represents itself.

AIANY Science and Research Facilities Committee
Deadline: January 10, 2024
The AIA New York Science and Research Facilities Committee acts as a forum for discussion of and advocacy for science and research facilities in the New York Metro area. This committee typically meets on the second Tuesday of the month at the Center for Architecture.


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