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AIA Maryland’s Legislative Preview Webinar

Join us mid-day on January 4th as our lobbyist, Joe Miedusiewski, presents his outlook for the 2018 Legislative Session. Joe will offer his perspective on what to expect this session; note changes in the House and Senate; issues likely to return from 2017 and, things to watch for.  Register today!


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Career Fair for the Built Environment

Morgan State University to host the 2018 Career Fair for the Built Environment. Employers, register here for this February event to recruit outstanding students and alumni from Morgan State University.

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Are you a Procrastinator?

Here’s a great way to earn 5 CEUs for FREE! Tuesday, Dec. 12th, 8:30am-3pm.  Seminar and lunch are free but registration is required.  Space is limited, please REGISTER by Thursday, December 7th.

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Arnold W. Brunner Grant

With a deadline of February 1st, we are currently rallying for applicants for the Arnold W. Brunner Grant. This prestigious award is designed for mid-level architects to pursue architectural investigations that will effectively contribute to the knowledge, teaching, or practice of the art and science of architecture. The project must engage in contemporary architectural issues within a local and global context. The sole recipient will be awarded up to $15,000. 

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Maryland Historic Trusts’ Capital Grant Program Returns

MHT is excited announce the return of the Capital Grant Program, which is funded this year for the first time since 2009!

MHT will be awarding $600,000 in grants for rehabilitation, restoration, acquisition, and predevelopment projects at historic properties which are listed on or eligible for the Maryland Register of Historic Properties.  Grant awards will be capped at $100,000.  Only work, or a discrete phase of work, which is not already underway or completed can be funded; we cannot reimburse projects for work that is already completed.  A perpetual preservation easement will be required on all assisted properties.

The grant application will be a two-step process.  Step one is an Intent to Apply form available in early November and due January 11.  Step two is a full application form available in January and due February 15.  Both must be submitted through our online application system.  You must submit an Intent to Apply form in order to submit a full application.

For more information about the program, please visit our web page, where you can find eligibility information. Guidelines and the Intent to Apply portal will be on the web page in early November. Please contact Charlotte Lake, MHT Capital Grants Administrator, with questions ( or 410-697-9559).

We will be holding workshops in four locations across the state: Upper Marlboro (Prince George’s County), Cumberland (Allegany County), Towson (Baltimore County), and Cambridge (Dorchester County).  Workshops will cover eligibility, grantee requirements, tips on developing your project, and guidance on filling out the online application.  Details of workshop dates and locations are available on our web page.   Please RSVP for the workshop you plan to attend by calling Kathy Monday at 410-697-9575.

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Legislative Action Network (LAN)

From environmental policies that shape how buildings are designed to changes in tax laws that will impact your firm’s bottom line, issues affecting architects are on the table at all levels of government almost daily. The Legislative Action Network (LAN) enables members to speak up for their profession and make an immediate impact  on the issues most important to them. Whether you want to be better informed on the latest issues affecting architecture or become a leader for advocacy in your community, the LAN has a place for you – sign up today and make a different for your practice, your profession, your community and your country.

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