Architectural League Mentorship Program 2020-2021

The League Mentorship is organized by The Architectural League in partnership with CUNY architecture programs at City College and New York City College of Technology. The program is made possible by architect mentors who make a commitment to meet with a participating architecture student to share professional experiences and advice as well as to offer guidance as students prepare for a career in architecture. The program identifies students and practicing professionals with similar interests and brings them together in a student-mentor relationship.

Based on the information collected from students and professionals, mentor/mentee matches are made, in part, on the basis of shared interests and preferences. All mentors and mentees have much to offer their partners. After an initial introduction, the frequency and style of communication (email, phone call, Zoom, or meet-up) is up to the individuals involved. It is required, however, that mentors and mentees meet synchronously at least two times per semester during the academic year.

Over the course of the program there will be a few occasions at which participants meet as a group. At the beginning and end of the academic year, The Architectural League will organize a virtual reception for all participants in the program, including mentors and mentees.

For any questions about this program, please contact Professor Jacob Alspector (faculty advisor) or your academic advisor.

Architectural League Mentorship Program 2020-2021

  • Please use this space to briefly describe your background prior to Spitzer, your professional goals, why you are interested in the mentorship program, what you would like to focus on with your mentor, and any other information you would like the selection committee to consider. Suggested length: 200-300 words.
  • By checking the box below, I agree that if I am selected for this program I will be available to participate in the mentorship activities and will do my best to represent the school well.