AIA | LA organizes desk loan initiative for students without high-speed internet | news


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As students face increasingly dire circumstances in the coming fall semester, the Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Los Angeles (AIA | LA) is working to connect local architecture firms with students who need quiet and reliable places to work.

Aware that local schools are likely to be taught entirely remotely for the coming semester, the group tries to share the abundance of jobs in local companies who have chosen to work from home with students who do not have a job have at home or find themselves without high-quality internet connections.

Asks AIA | LA, “Does your office have an extra desk and high-speed internet connection that a student could use? A good work environment can make a big difference and help students work more effectively and successfully.”



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