Nurturing the Next Generation photo gallery

Images from the 2022 Annual Student Program and League Mentorship orientation event.

Sanjive Vaidya addresses the room at the League Mentorship orientation event at Marvel on September 20, 2022.

The Annual Student Program and League Mentorship are initiatives that foster the development of aspiring architects, matching students with practicing architects and offering insight into the profession through studio visits and presentations.

The League Mentorship is an annual program organized by The Architectural League of New York in partnership with the New York City College of Technology (City Tech), the Spitzer School of Architecture at City College of New York (CCNY), and the Michael Graves College of Architecture & Design at Kean University.

The League Mentorship orientation event was held on September 20 at the new gathering space of architecture firm Marvel. The event provided an opportunity for this year’s mentor and mentee pairs to meet and featured presentations by mentors Rami Abou-Khalil and Sheila Lin and former mentees Laurin Mosely and Farai Matangira, who shared their experiences in the program.

The Annual Student Program offers an inside look at the architectural profession, highlighting the varied career paths open to graduates of architecture school. This year’s hybrid event, held on September 24, included presentations by Jack Murphy, managing editor, The Architect’s Newspaper; Annya Ramírez-Jiménez, director, Marvel; and Quilian Riano, founder, DSGN AGNC and interim dean, Pratt Institute School of Architecture.

Virtual studio tours were given by a|911, Mexico City; DIGSAU, Philadelphia; Koning Eizenberg Architecture, Los Angeles; and Perkins&Will, Chicago and New York.

In-person studio tours were given by James Corner Field Operations, Leroy Street Studio, OMA, SITU, SO – IL, and Weiss/Manfredi.

An end-of-day studio tour and reception were held at Morris Adjmi Architects. Principals Tom Lewis, Lucas Posada, and Michael Zweck-Bronner presented the firm’s practice and recent projects.


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