How do personalized & concise Portfolios improve your odds of being hired?

Join us for a super insightful Hiring Process Chat Series with Joy Meeks, a Principal at Wheeler Kearns Architects and Architect-US Founder, Pati Garcia, who chat about the value of having two types of Portfolios, one that is more concise and edited, and another one that has all of your projects. By showing 4-5 projects with the necessary depth and concise details, you are improving your odds of getting the job.
Gain access to the Hiring Chat Series, which helps you to learn straight from the decision makers and the principals at top firms in the USA!
Find full access to the Hiring Process Chat with Joy Meeks who answers:

1.) What does Wheeler Kearns Architects fundamentally look for in an applicants’ portfolio?

2.) What are the top three red flags that lead them to reject an applicant?

… and covers other Do’s and Don’ts you must know about hiring in the link below!

If you are interested in hearing the complete interview with Wheeler Kearns Architects’ Principal, Joy Meeks, where he goes into detail about the aforementioned questions regarding creating top portfolios and what red flags to avoid, then click on the link below:

<<Find the full interview with Joy Meeks from Wheeler Kearns Architects here>>

When considering your next career move, plan proactively and create Portfolios that include your best work. Consider looking into finding a mentor with Architect-USand improving your Portfolios with our Portfolio Plans and Career Advice Program. We provide coaching and personalized mentorship, so you can have a professional and experienced take on your next steps in your career, as well as a great team to confide in.


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