Emerging Professionals Committee

Executive Committee Liaison:  Lynn Abdouni
Committee Members:  Matt Zambelli

Purpose:

The Emerging Professionals Committee is responsible for seeking volunteering, networking and continuing education opportunities to help fresh landscape architecture professional kickstart their career and find  their influence on the job market and in the community.

Tasks include:
Organizing educational seminars, study groups and social events for networking and self improvement; coordinating with similar organizations and groups to find common grounds for development.

PLAN News

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Eastern Section CEU Event Coming Up: Inclusive Playground Design - February 17, 2016
Chapter News
Come join us for a session on Inclusive Playground Design and how to take play to the next level by providing outdoor programming to ensure meaningful play for children of all abilities. One (1) CE...
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RGS Associates, Inc. Promotes David Bitner, PE to Project Manager
Chapter News
RGS Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that David Bitner, PE has been promoted to Project Manager. Bitner will be responsible for the technical design and implementation of RGS projects while eff...
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2016 PA-DE ASLA Chapter Annual Meeting - REGISTER NOW
Chapter News
View the Registration Brochure Register Online   *HOTEL INFORMATION:   A block of discounted hotel rooms have been reserved for exhibitors and meeting participants.  These rooms A...
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Delaware Section Meeting - Wednesday, February 17, 2016 - Join Us!
Chapter News
Hello Delaware Section Members: We will be holding a section meeting Wednesday, February 17th, at the Dover Public Library.  I have reserved their Conference Room from 5:30 to 7:3...
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Riesling vines that show severe dieback due to winter kill. Photo: Bryan Hed
Crown Gall – A Growing Concern in Vineyards
Chapter News
The past two winters have ramped up concerns about crown gall in Pennsylvania and other parts of the Northeast. Wine grape growers are discovering, many for the first time, the horrors of this disease...
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