For landscape architects, a portfolio is the gateway to a rewarding full time position.
Join the Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Association on April 17 for the second in a series of portfolio workshops led by David Rubin, Founding Principal of Land Collective, and a spring 2017 studio professor at the Harvard GSD.
Hone your perspective and gain expert advice through Rubin’s participatory, Socratic method of portfolio review. Participants are asked to bring their completed or in-progress portfolio or past work samples and get ready to join the conversation.
Temple Ambler alumnus Amy Syverson, a Land Collective studio member and PA/DE ASLA Emerging Professional Committee Chair, will also share ideas for adding to your volunteer experience and standing out among your emerging professional peers. Food and beverages will be provided.