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For more than 150 years, members of the American Institute of Architects have worked with each other and their
communities to create valuable, healthy, secure, and sustainable buildings and cityscapes.
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Categories of AIA membership:
Architect Member (licensed Professional) - Coming Soon
Architect NEW Member - Coming Soon
Graduated dues program for new licensees
Associate Member (non-licensed Professional) - Coming Soon
Associate NEW Member - Coming Soon
Recent graduate 18 months free
Free AIA National Convention registration for NEW Associate members
Professional Affiliate Memberships:
Affiliate AIA-Eugene Memberships are available to individual non–architecture professionals. Affiliates receive weekly updates of news items of relevance and importance in our chapter newsletter Thursday @ 3, pay member rates to attend chapter meetings, receive a discounted rate if renting the Octagon for Luncheon Learns or other uses, and receive a personal listing in our Membership Directory on our website. We are reconfiguring the program since the AIA Merger. All 2018 Affiliates should should consider themselves still affiliated until the new program is instituted.
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Corporate Allied Partnerships:
Corporate Allied Partnerships are available to companies who are interested in demonstrating leadership in the industry. AIA-Eugene’s robust sponsorship program will help you connect with your audience and facilitate relationship-building that leads to success. AIA-Eugene offers organization-wide Partnership benefits as well as program-specific Sponsorship opportunities to give you direct marketing and visibility benefits. We depend upon the generosity of our Corporate Allied Partners to provide a substantial calendar of annual events and initiatives that support the architectural profession and quality in our built environment. In return, AIA-Eugene can connect your organization with the leaders of the architectural community, our colleagues, and numerous community programs. With the AIA-Oregon merger, that coverage can go state-wide. Stay tuned for our updated information on the Sponsorship page.