Jeffrey's career presentationPresentation Transcript
Career of Architect By Jeffrey Paulin Block D
Overview of Job
Someone who makes plan or blue prints for new buildings
Can also decide if a building needs to be replaced or taken down
Meet with clients to discuss new ideas and plans for buildings
Plans have to be approved, may be a year before the building is built.
Work for individuals
Work for companies
Work for government
Design any or all types of buildings
Quote Thomas Edison “Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.“ (Thomas Edison)
Beginning : $39,130
Middle : $62,850
Potential : $132,000 or more
Yearly: $72,700 Hourly: $34.93
grown 15% in Maryland between 2008 and 2018
Civil Engineering Technicians
Electrical and Electronics Drafters
Health and Safety Engineers, Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors
Education Take a college preparatory program that includes :
Earn Bachelor's in Architecture
6 Topic Questions 1.) What is the most common degree for this job? Most Architects earn their professional degree though 5-years Bachelor of Architect degree program. 2.) Do Architects help make the designs for hospitals or is that the government’s job? It depends on who the Architect works for.
6 Topic Questions 3.) Do Architect travel a lot? Yes, Architects travel to the other states or countries to see were the new building is going to be. 4.) Can anyone hire an Architect to design a new home? Yes, anyone can hire an Architect but it isn’t cheap.
6 Topic Questions 5.) Why are Architects important? They are important because they make sure that current building are designed correctly. 6.) What other skills does an Architect need? Architects need to know how to use computers, draw a blue print, public speaking, and financial management.