Think-Tank in D.C.

Last weekend, 12 interns from across the country gathered in Washington D.C. for NCARB’s (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards) intern think-tank¬† to explore the pros and cons of the architectural licensure process. Mackey Mitchell representative Avik Guha was one of 12 selected from over 400 applicants to engage in discussions about the current process and recommend improvements to the program. These representatives were asked to engage in a variety of exercises to improve, streamline, and help shape the the real-world implementation and effectiveness of the licensure process and share outcomes with the Council’s leadership.