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It is time to get down to business; working towards electing Nebraska State Senators that support architects. Decisions that affect our industry are regularly made in the Unicameral. We need your help to build the AIA Nebraska Political Action Committee war chest for this upcoming election, as well as future ones! Your donation affords AIA Nebraska an opportunity to ensure that the issues and initiatives, as well as the candidates who support them are recognized and represented in the Nebraska Legislature. Contribute via PayPal using the "Donate" button on the Political Action Committee page or download the pledge card.
2016 AIA Western Nebraska Spring Conference Registration!
April 22, 2016 at the Bosselman Conference Center
in Grand Island, NE!
This year AIA Western Nebraska’s keynote presenter will be James Pfeiffer, AIA LEED AP BD+C, BNIM Architects | Greensburg, Kansas - This ONE hour HSW session, PASSION FOR COMMUNITY: THE STORY OF GREENSBURG,focuses on the devastating EF-5 tornado that destroyed more than 90 percent of the town of Greensburg, Kansas in May of 2007. At the State's request, BNIM became an early contributor to the town's initial recovery efforts, working with community members and town officials as well as local, state and federal organizations like the Federal Emergency Management Agency. BNIM also contributed to shaping the vision of the nonprofit Greensburg GreenTown, which was formed to help the city's residents rebuild Greensburg as a model green community. In late 2007 and 2008, the firm prepared the first phase of a highly lauded comprehensive master plan to rebuild the city, which provides a framework for the rebuilding of Greensburg based around the principles of economic, social and environmental sustainability. Click here to view the full schedule for the day and to register!
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Employment Opportunity with AIA NE
Membership & Marketing Coordinator Seeking a motivated, self-starting, creative individual for a 600+ Nebraska membership-based professional association located in the Historic Haymarket, Lincoln. Responsibilities will include; event management, communication with membership and public about the value of architecture, assist in developing and administering programs / operational processes and database maintenance. Work closely with Executive Director and membership in strategic planning and advancing association’s mission. Knowledge or willingness to learn multiple software programs. Financial management a plus. Candidates must have excellent interpersonal communication skills, exceptional attention to detail, strong organizational skills, Microsoft Office Suite knowledge, and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Occasional day travel and travel outside Nebraska. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Offering an award-winning environment with flexibility, generous vacation, 401K, parking, and competitive salary. Please forward letter of interest, resume and references to Sara Kay, Executive Director, American Institute of Architects, Nebraska Chapter. email@example.com by Friday, April 22.