October 30, 2013

Kiss of Death: The Recent Grad's Architecture Job Interview

I guess for the many architecture students that did not get career counselling help, or a thesis juror offering a job, or a school offering them an internship placement - many architecture graduates say things that can turn off prospective employers. Here's some of the "Kisses of Death" you must avoid in Architecture Job Interview:

October 28, 2013

Applying for Architecture Internships

I am very honoured to announce our first guest post here at The Underdog Architecture Student's blog. Today's post is courtesy of Ryan Hansanuwat, an Architect and Vice President for an architecture firm in Texas and writer for Architecture Career Guide where he dispenses advice on how to become an Architect and what being an Architect is like.

October 23, 2013

Architecture School Shopping - Part 1

This week's entry is for those kids that were like me - high school students that are really eager to become Architects. Those people that had that dream about becoming Architects since they were little and are starting to research what school to apply to for college. So, for those students that are in their senior year in High School, this post is for you.

October 11, 2013

1 year later: Reflecting on Stress & Architecture School

It’s just over a year when I when I published my famous post on Mental Health and Architecture School which begun this blogs climb in page views and readers in the Architecture blogosphere. As Mental Health 
Awareness week ends in America, I wanted to reflect on the topic of stress and architecture school:

October 02, 2013

Resourcefulness is key

What is the most precious trait you acquire in Architecture School? After a year of graduating you realize two things the moment you work in an architecture firm: