I am a Student enrolled in the Landscape Architecture class, in the Young Scholars Program, at University of Maryland this summer. We have been given an assignment to interview people on the Land8Lounge social networking site, in three different categories; domestic, (to the U.S.), professionals, international professionals, and either domestic or international students.
If you would be so kind to take a few minutes to answer three of the following questions;
1.What made you choose landscape architecture as a profession?
2. What types of projects have you worked on, and which has been you favorite?
3. Do you have an idea of what your ideal, fanatical, landscape would be, if so could you describe it?
4. If you were to start all over, what would you choose as a profession?
That's true. I may be digging a hole for myself, though it seems like there are a few more jobs on the APA website than the ASLA website.
You going to the Green Expo this weekend? I'm thinking it might be a good place to network.
Good to hear you passed. I never actually took the test. I got laid off in September last year, and stopped studying. I'm considering going back to school for a masters at this point. U of I has a bioregional planning graduate certificate people in landscape architecture can get. I want to shift more towards planning.
I think Boise might recover reasonably quickly. It's a college town and it was growing fairly quickly before the recession really hit.
Mr Mack, good 2 hear from you. i actually graduated (walked) in may but im finishing up a few math classes. should be done in december. are you in las vegas? how are things? looking for job, can't find a thing! was working for studio vbm, but veltman wasn't paying me, he still owes me for january '09 wages. hope things are going well for you. did you ever get registered?
"The must sees are the obvious and not-so:
Balboa Park- allow 1 1/2 days
San Diego Waterfront-around convention center and linear park
Gaslamp District and PetCo Field
Wild Animal Park (Escondido)