RETAIL DESIGN INSTITUTE (formerly Institute of Store Planners)
7 West New York
230 Fifth Avenue New York Market Center
Architects & Designers Building
ddc – domus design collection
Decoration & Design Building
Fine Arts Building
Forty-One Madison – The New York Merchandise Mart
The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center
New York Design Center
IIDA STUDENT DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM
IIDA NY encourages students to enter the annual Student Design Awards Program which awards up to five $3,000 awards and up to five $1,000 awards in interior design (at the Jury’s discretion) plus ten one-year IIDA Student Memberships to award recipients.
The IIDA Foundation is a not-for-profit (501c3), philanthropic organization whose primary mission is to advance interior design through education, research, and knowledge to benefit IIDA and the interior design profession. IIDA Foundation scholarships include the Al Gore Lucas Memorial Fund, the Kimball Office Scholarship Fund, and the Lloy Hack Memorial Fund.
IIDA STUDENT MENTORING WEEK
IIDA invites students to participate in the Annual Student Mentoring Week. Student Members of IIDA will be matched up to network with a member of the interior design industry by spending the day in their area of design practice. Students will experience first-hand the work done to create a safe, dependable, and adaptable built environment.
IIDA STUDENT BLOG
A blog for students and emerging design professionals with a passion for interior design.
NEW YORK ELEVEN PLUS STUDENT EXHIBITION
IIDA NY is proud to be a sponsor of the New York Eleven Plus Student Exhibition. New York Eleven Plus is a collaboration of all the prestigious New York State educational institutions offering four-year programs in interior design. Each year the exhibition showcases the projects and accomplishements of their students.
ACE MENTOR PROGRAM
Industry professionals — architects, interior designers, engineers, construction managers, college and university representatives, and other professionals from related corporations and professional organizations — volunteer to become mentors to high school students in order to introduce them to the professions and encourage them to pursue studies and careers in these fields.
CIDA – COUNCIL FOR INTERIOR DESIGN ACCREDITATION
The Council for Interior Design Accreditation is an independent, non-profit accrediting organization for interior design education programs at colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.
DESIGN THIS! is an extension of the IIDA NY Speed Mentoring event and was created to further support students through active design mentorship with industry professionals. IIDA NY invites all undergraduate and graduate design students to participate in a design charette competition.
At the event, student participants will be given a design challenge (inspired by the Iron Chef America show’s “secret ingredient” cooking competition). Only at the event will the event sponsor reveal the product for the students to design, along with the concept and criteria involved.
Students will be broken into small teams and will have 1.5 hours to complete the competition, including two “advice breaks” with Mentors (industry professionals) where feedback is given on their team’s design. Before awarding a winning team, each student group is allotted five minutes to present their final designs to a panel of esteemed judges from the industrial design and interior design community.
THE DESIGN THIS! EVENT WILL BE HELD AT THE SHAW INDUSTRIES SHOWROOM ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14TH AT 6:00PM.
AN “EYE CATCHING” WORK SAMPLE IS ESSENTIAL TO GET YOUR FOOT IN THE DOOR TO THE FIRM YOU HAVE YOUR EYE ON!
A work sample is an edited version of your portfolio and provides potential employers with a preview of your best work. The IIDA New York Chapter is hosting its First Annual Student Work Sample Review where leading Architecture and Interior Design professionals will coach students to create effective work samples.
Participating students should bring 8-10 printed images (including drawings, plans and/or renderings) of their best work. Each student will receive two individual sessions with professionals who will help them edit their images and craft successful work samples. Each session will last (?) minutes long. The goal of the event is to offer students unique professional guidance on how to best market themselves in their job search.
Registration for the Student Work Sample Review is on a first come first serve basis, and participation is limited to students graduating this Spring or Winter.
Students will be notified of confrimed participation by March 15th.
NCIDQ EXAMINATION Completion of the NCIDQ Examination recognizes that an individual has met minimum competency standards for the practice of interior design.
IIDA NY NCIDQ STUDY GROUP If you are considering taking the NCIDQ examination and would like the support of your peers with the daunting task of studying, please join us to learn more. We are also seeking committee volunteers to help the Professional Development team lead the group to success.
PPI NCIDQ FORUM PPI’s Online Forum for the NCIDQ Examination. Get study advice from your peers around the country.
IIDA FOUNDATION NCIDQ TUITION REIMBURSEMENT FUND Did you know that the IIDA Foundation offers an NCIDQ Tuition Reimbursement Fund? IIDA Members may apply for financial assistance upon passing the NCIDQ Examination.
IIDA FOUNDATION SUSTAINABLE DESIGN EDUCATION FUND Did you know that the IIDA Foundation offers a Sustainable Design Education Fund? IIDA Members may apply for financial assistance upon passing the LEED Accreditation Examinations.
GREEN EDUCATION SERVICES – LEED EXAMINATION PREP Green Education Services (formerly LEEDTeacher) provides building developers, architects, engineers, interior designers, planners, commercial real estate brokers and other construction industry professionals world-class sustainable design training.
PPI LEED FORUM PPI’s Online Forum for the LEED Examination. Get study advice from your peers around the country
IIDA CAREER CENTER The IIDA Career Center has been constructed to connect the design community with qualified professionals, while supporting career development. For further assistance call (888) 575-WORK
Since its founding, IIDA has been a strong advocate for the Interior Design profession.
Licensing and Registration Laws for Interior Design Professionals
IDLNY is dedicated to advance, promote and protect the right to practice interior design in the State of New York.
Produced by IIDA, this video demonstrates how interior designers can affect the health, safety and welfare of our community and why it’s important to support the adoption of legislation that allows individuals to be licensed / registered / certified Interior Designers.
NYS OFFICE OF THE PROFESSIONS: INTERIOR DESIGN
Become a Certified Interior Designer in New York State
Did you know that IIDA requires all Professional and Associate Members to complete and report 1.0 CEUs (10 hours) of Continuing Education every two years?
The current compliance period runs from January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2015. IIDA Professional and Associate Members are required to complete and report 1.0 CEU (10 hours) of Continuing Education prior to December 31, 2013. All Professional and Associate Members (active and inactive) including Educators, IIDA Fellows and Chapter Officers must adhere to IIDA compliance requirements.
The current compliance period applies if you became a Professional or an Associate Member prior to January 1, 2014. This allows you two years to complete the 1.0 CEU requirements. If you became a Professional or Associate Member after January 1, 2014 your first compliance period begins January 1, 2016.
If you have attended a course which was not IDCEC approved (AIA, GBCI, etc.) and wish to apply it towards your IIDA compliance you may submit it for review using the new Non-IDCEC CEU Approval (NICA) Form.
IIDA reserves the right to request proof of compliance at any time. Members should maintain copies of their IDCEC attendance records, such as certificates of attendance, IDCEC CEU verification cards, and IIDA approval notices for NICA Forms. If Members are selected to participate in an IIDA compliance audit at the end of the two year compliance period, they will then be asked to either supply HQ with these copies or submit a listing of them.
Following is a list of online self-study CEU opportunities.
AEC Daily http://goo.gl/DUimG
ARMSTRONG CEILINGS http://www.armstrong.com/commceilingsna/article21656.html
CERTAIN TEED http://184.108.40.206/elearning/certainteed/resources/index.jsp (GBCI CEUs – self-report using Non-IDCEC CEU Approval (NICA) Form if course is not IDCEC pre-approved)
IIDA + HEALTHCARE DESIGN MAGAZINE http://www.iida.org/content.cfm/healthcaredesign
IIDA KNOWLEDGE CENTER DISTANCE LEARNING http://knowledgecenter.iida.org/LocateCEU.aspx?pageIndex=0
IIDA PERSPECTIVE MAGAZINE http://www.iida.org/content.cfm/perspective-sponsored-ceus
INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZINE CEU CENTER http://www.interiordesign.net/ceucenter/
INTERIORS AND SOURCES MAGAZINE http://www.interiorsandsources.com/CEUs/tabid/3357/Default.aspx
LUTRON http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Education-Training/Pages/LCI/CEU.aspx (GBCI CEUs – self-report using Non-IDCEC CEU Approval (NICA) Form if course is not IDCEC pre-approved)
AIA ON DEMAND http://eo2.commpartners.com/users/aiany/archived.php (GBCI CEUs – self-report using Non-IDCEC CEU Approval (NICA) Form if course is not IDCEC pre-approved)
CARPET AND RUG INSTITUTE http://www.carpet-rug.org/cri-ceu/ceu-courses.cfm
DESIGN ARTS SEMINARS http://www.designartsseminars.com/courses/SearchResults.cfm?ProgramTypeID=1
INTERIOR DESIGN EDUCATOR’S COUNCIL http://www.idec.org/education/continuing-education.php
METROPOLIS MAGAZINE CEUS http://www.metropolismag.com/Continuing-Education/
NCIDQ MONOGRAPH SERIES http://www.ncidq.org/ContinuingEd/Monographs.aspx
SEMINARS BY DESIGN http://seminarsbydesign.coursehoster.com/catalog/