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*CANCELLED* EPNet Presents: Celebration & Connections

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  • COST

    Free and open to the public

  • TYPE

    Knowledge Community



Join the BSA Emerging Professionals Network (EPNet) for a virtual social mixer with speed presentations for a chance to get to know the fun side of your EPNet community and share a little bit about yourself!

Each participant will present for 5 minutes—one minute per question/slide. All we ask is to compile a deck of five slides for your presentation. Be fun and creative—this is your chance to share your portfolio or those great IG stories. Don’t worry if you don’t have all visuals—you can always chime in without them! Please upload your slides (with your name) to this Google Drive by Monday, May 24 and the co-chairs will share them at the event.

Questions & Slides:

  1. Your background? (e.g. hometown, upbringing, education, interests, values, etc.)
  2. How did you end up here? (e.g. How did you land your current job? How did you end up in Boston?)
  3. What is your favorite building in Boston?
  4. What project are you currently working on? Or what was your thesis focus?
  5. What is one thing you’ve learned from your project/work/school?

This event is open to all current professionals, recent grads, and grads-to-be, as we celebrate their entrance into the profession and welcome them into the emerging professionals AEC community. We very much encourage anyone to join and share, regardless of past participation in EPNet events!

About the BSA Emerging Professionals Network
The BSA Emerging Professionals Network (EPNet) is an active social and professional network. Focused on promoting a growing community of young and emerging architects and designers, as well as recent graduates, and other design/build AEC professionals. EPNet hosts a variety of programs throughout the year: mentoring, panels and presentations, firm visits and tours, and many other social and professional events – both virtually and in-person. We also host regular planning workshops, which all interested professionals are encouraged to attend.