I hope you are having a great week. I know it’s last minute, but for those who are participating in CANstruction, we are going to get together to talk about it tomorrow between 5:00-5:30pm in ETB 219 (I’m pretty sure it’s open). Mr. Jefferson has some things he would like to share with us.
I am really looking forward to hearing about your can mini-builds over the weekend and hopefully seeing some preliminary sketches (remember that deadline we have on Friday? EEEEK!) If you can’t make it to the meeting tomorrow but you have something you’d like to share, please send it over to me and I will be happy to present it for you.
Don’t forget WEDNESDAY is our full club meeting! See you there.
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Call to Order : 12:15 PM
Welcome to Wake Tech AIAS!!!! (American Institute of Architecture Students)
Dues are $20 for the whole year, see an officer to pay dues, you will be an “inactive member” of AIAS National until our next membership drive but you will be immediately active in our local chapter.
If you would like to directly become a member of AIAS National via their website for $47, please visit AIAS.org. You will immediately be an active member of AIAS National and our local chapter. Please do not do both! If you have questions, see an officer.
Social activities to be involved in:
– This Friday we are all meeting at Buffaloe Lanes (6701 Fayetteville Rd., Raleigh, NC 27603) at 6 PM for a fun night of bowling!
– September 4 we are all going to Downtown Raleigh for the First Friday Gallery Walk.
-AIA Triangle tour on September 26. To sign up please visit the official tour website.
– Habitat for Humanity http://vhub.at/waketech The dates are 9/12, 10/10, and 11/14 and each day is 8:15am-3:30pm.
Lunch is not usually provided so it is likely that we will go somewhere near the site for lunch together. If you would like to carpool, please post a comment below! (Green is GOOD!)
We are throwing around several ideas of where to go for our Spring Break trip. We are thinking about doing a New York City trip with Mr. Jefferson and a trip to Rome, Italy with Mr. Card, for those who would rather go out of the country.
Cost Estimates (not including club subsidy):
Rome: $1,300 flights & hotels + $300 for food/museums/tours/etc. = $1600New York City: $800 flights & hotels + $300 for food/museums/tours/etc. = $1100
Club subsidy will be equal for both trips, the current estimate is $300/person. HOWEVER, the more fundraising we do, the higher that number goes!
With subsidy:Rome: $1000 deposit by November 1st + $300 club funds + $300 by March = $1300 from student
New York City: $500 deposit by November 1st + $300 club funds + $300 by March = $800 from student
We will vote on these at our next meeting (9/9 @ 12pm & 9/10 @ 5:30pm); to vote you MUST be a paid member.
Tutoring will be available soon! Keep an eye out for tutoring times and dates (they will be posted on classroom doors). If you would like to tutor your fellow students, see Mr. Jefferson or Ms. Julie for more information.
Make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter – @wtccaias
Our next meeting is going to be on September 9 at 12 PM in Room 219 (ETB), we will also be holding an evening meeting September 10 5:30-6:00 PM. Hope to see you there!
Meeting adjourned at 1:00 PM
Meeting Minutes by: Caleb Hill
On September 28th, The Architectural Technology Department’s Architecture Club students along with the Landscape Architecture Department’s Design and Garden Club and the Interior Design Club through the Interior Design Department volunteered at Build a Playground at Peach Road Park. This event was organized by the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department and sponsored by Humana and Kaboom. For more information about the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources and Kaboom, visit the links below: