Developing Professionals Licensing Celebration & Happy Hour

Developing Professionals Licensing Celebration & Happy Hour
Thursday December 16th, 2021 6:30PM

Father’s Office DTLA Arts District
905 E 2nd St #105, Los Angeles, CA 90012

$15, Free to New Licenses – Food and drinks included

Come celebrate and party with your fellow Developing Professionals who have obtained their Licenses in the year of 2021! We will also be congratulating those who have passed any ARE or Certification exams as well. We will hear from each of our new licenses, announce New Developing Professional Committee opportunities and benefits, network, and have fun! Food and Drinks are included. $15 Cover. Event is free to New Licenses.

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Date

Dec 16 2021

Time

6:30 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Dec 16 2021
  • Time: 9:30 pm

Cost

$15.00

Location

Father's Office DTLA
905 E 2nd Street #105 LA, CA 900012
SoCal NOMA (The Southern California chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects)

Organizer

SoCal NOMA (The Southern California chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects)
Email
publicrelations@socalnoma.org
Website
https://socalnoma.org

SoCalNOMA seeks to advance and support the education and careers of those who have been historically underrepresented in the field of architecture and various allied design/build professions. Members include architects, designers, civil engineers, structural engineers, interior designers, urban planners, and product manufacturers. The SoCalNOMA chapter was founded in 1982 and was originally called the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (LANOMA). Amongst the Chapter’s historic events and accomplishments were the creation of an exhibit of local chapter African-American architects (hosted by the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall), the sponsorship of student chapters at U.S.C., Woodbury, Cal Baptist, and Cal Poly SLO schools of Architecture, hosting of the annual National NOMA Conference and pro-bono professional design services on the redevelopment of Leimert Park Village and other urban community redevelopment aspirations.

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