NIA pledges mentorship, integration of architecture students

The Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA) has reiterated commitment towards mentoring and integrating architecture students into its folds to promote talents and enhance professionalism.
NIA president, Mobolaji Adeniyi
NIA president, Mobolaji Adeniyi

The Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA) has reiterated commitment towards mentoring and integrating architecture students into its folds to promote talents and enhance professionalism.

NIA President, Mrs Mobolaji Adeniyi, stated this when the architecture students of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife paid her a visit in Ibadan. She disclosed that the institute embraces inclusivity and mentorship that will inspire architecture students, adding that NIA will continue to demonstrate the important relationship between the younger generation and the leadership of the institute.
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She said: “This visit served as a testament to our administration’s unwavering dedication to forging a deeper connection with the emerging architects of tomorrow. Far more than a mere gesture, the visit exemplified the authentic love and care that our administration extends to the promising talents in architecture.”

During this interactive session, I shared invaluable insights and experiences, emphasising the critical role of fully integrating students into the NIA as active members. According to her, the institute believes that cultivating a collaborative and mentorship-driven environment is pivotal to the growth and development of architecture students, empowering them to evolve into future leaders of the profession.

“This engagement aligns with our administration’s steadfast inclusivity and mentorship agenda geared towards fostering a more supportive architecture community. As the NIA continues to bridge the gap between seasoned professionals and aspiring architects, the institute is dedicated to shaping a vibrant and cohesive architectural family.

“With great anticipation, the institute looks forward to nurturing the next generation of architects and creating a legacy of excellence in the architectural realm,” she said.

Also, President of the Ife Architecture Students’ Association, Tim Ojo-Ibukun, led 34 other members to participate in a special interactive session.
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