Landscape Architecture Students: This is YOUR resource.
Brought to you by the PA-DE ASLA Student Engagement Committee:
Amanda Clerkin, ASLA; David Goldberg, ASLA; Kelsey Kanspedos, ASLA; Joseph Wallace, III, Associate ASLA; and Anna Wik, RLA, ASLA, SITES AP
(Pictured above: ASLA Student Chapter presidents from Pennsylvania and Delaware and PA-DE ASLA Chapter President Richard P. Rauso, RLA, ASLA at the 2019 ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture in San Diego, CA).
The engagement, involvement, and development of Landscape Architecture students in is vitally important to the mission and leadership of the Pennsylvania-Delaware Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (PA-DE ASLA). Please use these resources to become more involved in or learn more about ASLA and the Pennsylvania-Delaware Chapter, the pre-eminent professional organization for practicing Landscape Architects.
Have a question but can’t find the answer here? Want to become more involved? Contact PA-DE ASLA at 717-441-6041 or PADEChapterASLA@gmail.com.
Thinking about a career in Landscape Architecture?
For high school-aged students:
The Tyler Environmental Design Institute
NEW for high school students! The Tyler Environmental Design Institute welcomes 10th, 11th and 12th-grade students to explore careers within landscape architecture and horticulture in this hands-on program that incorporates science, design and sustainability. Through design projects, visits by practicing professionals, an introduction to the latest computer-aided technologies and virtual field trips to project sites, you’ll broaden your knowledge about the natural and built environment, advance your skills and discover creative career paths. No previous experience required.
For college students:
Find Landscape Architecture degree programs in Pennsylvania and Delaware
(Access the link above and click on Pennsylvania and Delaware to learn more about LA programs within our chapter).
Want to know more about becoming a licensed Landscape Architect in Pennsylvania?