What happens after the graduation cap comes off? College is the first step for many on the career path, but you shouldn’t stop at a passing grade. Putting in additional time and effort, both in and out of class, can propel your future forward.
Topics: KCACTF, networking events, student2PRO, students, Vectorworks Spotlight, ASLA, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, Netflix, networking, The American Institute of Architecture Students, AIAS, KCACTF Regional Awards, 2019 Vectorworks Design Scholarship, Vectorworks Spotlight 2019, Morgan Lindsey Price, trade associations
The next generation of designers will always have our support, so we’re proud to continue our partnership with the Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas (SILV) for the fourth consecutive year.
Noah Record is no stranger to designing stages for high school productions. After all, his interest in theater design stems from his own experiences in high school. But after working with the Illinois High School Theatre Festival for the past five years, he realized that his students wanted to be treated as professionals and pushed to learn as much as they could. So, he decided to raise the stakes — by integrating Vectorworks Spotlight and Vision educational licenses into the program’s production of the musical Big Fish.
Supporting the next generation of designers is extremely important to us, so we have signed on for a Gold Partnership with The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) and will be sponsoring the AIAS InStudio Render/Sketch competition, which will launch in the fall of 2018.
For the fifth year in a row, Nemetschek Vectorworks employees and their families gathered at Virginia’s Arlington National Cemetery to participate in PLANET’s annual Renewal and Remembrance beautification project on July 28. Professional Landcare Network (PLANET), the national trade association for landscape and lawn care industry professionals, considers this event the largest green industry day of service in the United States. Other event partners included the Professional Grounds Management Society, as well as Platinum sponsors Caterpillar, Inc. and New Holland Construction.
Topics: Adopt-A-Road, American Red Cross Blood Drives, Anacostia Watershed Society SITES Project, Educational Programs, Eric Gilbey, Gingertown, Green Industry, H-2B program, Legislative Day on the Hill, Overregulation, PARK(ing) Day, Planet Vectorworks, Renewal and Remembrance, Research Grants, Scholarships, Sean Flaherty, students, Sustainable, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Vectorworks, Angel Tree for DC General's Homeless Children's Pl, Annual Food Drives, Arlington National Cemetary, Caterpillar, Community, Community Stewardship Award, Environmentally Friendly, Inc., Landmark, Landscape, Lawn Care, Lyme Disease-Related Legislation, Nemetschek Vectorworks, New Holland Construction, PLANET, Professional Grounds Management Society, Professional Landcare Network, Vectorworks Landmark
Nemetschek Vectorworks is currently offering the chance for students and emerging professionals to win a free conference pass to their choice of LDI, ASLA, or Greenbuild 2013. The passes for LDI 2013 also include a free Vectorworks Training for Technical Production course.