Hey now,I have gotten nowhere with the NJ Board of Architects so I'll post this here in hopes that someone with a similar experience can shed some light.I have been unemployed for quite some time now…Continue
Pro-line Publications has some internet CE classes that are pretty reasonable. There is an 8 hour water conservation course for $100 that I'm going to take. I'm in the same boat as you - when you add up the conference, hotel, gas,…"
"Keith, I just read the CE rules for the state of NJ and you are misinformed. The NJ rules allow CE credits a very wide variety of activities--far more than just the annual meeting. Here is a link to the NJ rules:…"
Just stumbled across your msg....have you tried McGraw Hill's online education site? You can take the online
courses and once you pass, print the certificate that shows you pass and the credit hour. It's great!"
"For anyone who does decide to work overseas, keep in mind that if the s**t hits the fan like in mauibob's friend's story, you will come back to a barren wasteland of LA job opportunites with no chance for…"
"I strongly disagree. Do a quick search, there are plenty of jobs in civil engineering, architecture, environmental sciences, and surveying,.....none of which landscape architects are qualified to do. Landscape architects cannot legally take a…"
"I don't mean to discourage you, but after applying to a multitude of drafting jobs I've found that they are going to hire what they are looking for....a drafter. If they wanted a landscape designer they would put an ad out for…"
"MauiBob is spot on. This "profession" is a disaster for my family and me. I am now praying for a call-back from Petco and my wife, also a licensed landscape architect, is working 20 hours in a retail position. …"
"True, but leave that stuff to Craigslist. This is a site for Landscape Architects and we have a hard enough time teaching the public that we are more than glorified gardeners. Job ads like that on a Landscape Architecture website only…"
"I like the ad for "entry level maintenance" and better yet "Landscape Assistant at University of Nebraska". Did anyone actually read that one? The "Premier Social Network For Landscape Architects" is…"