05-04-20 | Association News

Students Can Now Join ASLA Without Cost

Membership Includes Resources and Professional Development

ASLA awarded Andropogon Associates Ltd an Honor Award in General Design for Shoemaker Green on the University of Pennsylvania campus. (Photo: Barrett Doherty and Andropogon)

The American Society of Landscape Architects announced that any students qualifying for Student, Student Affiliate, or International Student memberships can now join ASLA free of charge. 

"ASLA is committed to fostering the next generation of landscape architects," said Wendy Miller, FASLA, president of ASLA. "Students are being hit particularly hard in these difficult times. ASLA wants to make sure we're there to provide resources, encouragement, and professional development opportunities for students looking to move forward in landscape architecture."


Student ASLA members will gain access to a suite of educational and professional resources, including: 
• ASLA exclusive Mentorship Program, connecting students with professional mentors.
• Membership in one of 20 Professional Practice Networks
• Free access to the ASLA online learning library, JSTOR, and Virtual Portfolio Reviews
• Access to JobLink - ASLA's platform to connect landscape architecture job seekers with hiring firms
• Preparation materials for the L.A.R.E. examination
• Opportunities to shape the ASLA's future through participation in various committees, such as the Climate Action Committee and Student Advisory Committee

To take advantage of free membership, interested students should fill out this short survey.


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