New Online Member Resources Coming to www.aia.org!
My CES on Feb. 7
Architect Finder 2.0 on Feb. 14
Member Benefits Portal on Feb. 14
This spring, AIA members will find several new and improved resources at your National website, making it easier to manage your educational activities, your online presence, and your membership!
My CES, which launches February 7, is your new portal for CES (Continuing Education.) The system is linked with your Member Profile and membership records, graphically tracks your progress as you complete your CES requirements, shows you your rollover credits for the next year, and highlights continuing education opportunities both online and in your area.
Look for further announcements about My CES as we get closer to the February 7 launch!
The new, improved Architect Finder 2.0 launches February 14 with cleaned-up ZIP code and other data, for better, more relevant results. For the public, there’s been a major facelift to make search easier and more intuitive. Prospective clients can search by city/state, by ZIP code, by building type, or by firm name.
For licensed architects who are firm principals, your improved Firm Profile can include your logo and firm information, location, contact info, email and website links. You can list projects and project details, licenses and building types. Your Project Page allows for up to five (5) large pictures per project, which can be viewed as a slideshow.
For more information on Architect Finder 2.0 and how to set up or edit your Firm Profile, please watch your inbox!
Your new Member Benefits Portal also goes live on February 14 and replaces the section formerly known as “For Members” as a one-stop resource. There will be a rotating Member Showcase, tools for managing your membership, and practice resources on such topics as starting a firm, running a firm, the AIA Handbook, AIA Advantage Benefits, finding work, continuing education, contract docs, research & publications.
To find out more about your new Member Benefits Portal, and other great features at aia.org, please keep an eye out for important messages from AIA!
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