Launch of new NOMA Career Center
We are pleased and very excited to announce the launch of our newly-designed, and feature-rich, NOMA Career Center, catering specifically, to job seekers and employers in the architectural community. To access the Career Center, please go to this link or click the "Opportunities" (soon-to-be renamed, "Career Center") link at the top of the page.
The Career Center will serve as a meeting place for both future employees and future employers. Please go to the Career Center site, post your resume and create a profile. Read more
NOMA Members/Couple honored for Leadership and Dedication to the Profession
The Connecticut Architecture Foundation is hosting an Evening with 2015 Connecticut Architecture Foundation Distinguished Leadership Award Recipients William J. Stanley, FAIA, NOMAC and Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA of Stanley, Love-Stanley, P.C. on April 20, 2015.
The Lecture, Reception & Dinner will Benefit the Connecticut Architecture Foundation, the University of Hartford Department of Architecture David LaBau Memorial Architectural Scholarship, and the Fred Mahaffey Memorial Architectural Scholarship, and the Hartford Master of Architecture Scholarship. Read More
NOMA & AIA Extend MOU Agreement
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) have extended their Memorandum of Understanding for a term of three years beginning January 1, 2015. AIA and NOMA are both committed to growing their current partnership in a way that benefits members of both organizations, helps encourage collaboration at the local level, and contributes to a diverse profession that mirrors the society we serve. Read more
2015 Membership Dues Due
Invoices for membership will be distributed in the coming weeks. Help us to save paper and go online and pay your annual dues today. Click here to renew or join
2015 Student Design Competition Program has been released.
Click HERE to download the program brief.
Project Pipeline Day Camp 2015
Several NOMA chapters across the country host architectural day camps to teach students about architecture and make them aware of the built and natural environments. Find out more about the Project Pipeline program and if a camp is being held near you.