Are you actively taking or preparing for the Architect Registration Examination (ARE)? This session will offer insights from NCARB on how to approach the licensure path, including a successful ARE. Join NCARB vice president of examination, Jared Zurn, for an in-depth presentation that will cover several licensure-related topics including:
- What’s changing? What’s new?
- What’ resources are available to prepare?
- Is there a best order for taking the six divisions of the ARE?
- What is there to be learned from the ARE stats found in NCARB by the Numbers?
The session will include time at the end for questions and answers. Attend and reduce your anxiety by knowing what to expect and how to best prepare.
Jared N. Zurn, AIA, vice president, examination, serves as a member of the senior leadership team at the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Zurn has responsibility for the strategic direction of examination related initiatives, professional ethics initiatives, as well as oversight of and participation in research regarding the current and future states of the architectural profession. Zurn is a licensed architect and Certified Association Executive. Before joining NCARB, Zurn operated a sole proprietorship architectural design firm in northern Minnesota. He also served as faculty of the architectural technology program at Minnesota State Community and Technical College where he served as a division chair and led the architectural technology program in the areas of curriculum development, course assessment, and program outcome assessment.
The is an event during the A’21 MN Conference on Architecture. If you are intending to register for A’21 MN please select event D4-63. Navigating Architecture Licensure: NCARB, the ARE, and You in your registration. All others can register via the link below.