The Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects(CTASLA) represents, educates, and advocates for the profession of landscape architecture in the state. We recognize and value the contributions of students and emerging professionals as vital to the future of landscape architecture.
Unfortunately, the cost of ASLA membership dues is frequently a barrier to meaningful participation by students and emerging professionals. Our chapter is committed to removing that obstacle by providing a sponsorship program in exchange for volunteer service hours.
This opportunity is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a declared major in Landscape Architecture at the University of Connecticut, as well as to all emerging professionals working in Connecticut within a two-year time frame following graduation.
To apply, please provide a 250-word essay describing how you hope being involved with CTASLA will help you launch a fulfilling career in landscape architecture and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Architects is pleased to announce that it will be providing eligible emerging professional landscape architects and students with grants to cover the cost of travel to the ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture in San Diego, November 15-18.
If approved, awardees will receive up to $500.00 towards the cost of airfare,ground transportation, and other travel costs associated with attendance at the conference. This support is made possible through the generous sponsorship of the Emerging Professionals group by Anova, O&G Earth Products Showcase, illuminate, Kompan, and Richard Bergmann Architects.
Interested applicants should review and complete the application on the following page. Applications must be submitted in PDF format no later than 5:00PM on Friday, October 11 to email@example.com.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. CTASLA will notify approved applicants on a rolling basis so that they can proceed with making travel arrangements for the conference at the most economical rates.