This week, the Baltimore office was pleased to participate in the first official pin-up of the semester for Michael Stanton’s graduate level architecture design studio. Michael and nine students are sharing our studio space over the next few months while they dig into new understandings of Urban Design and what that means in the context [...]
We are pleased to announce Jessica Moore has been honored with one of the 2012 Buffalo Business First, 40 Under 40 awards! Nominated for her knowledge and expertise in some of Cannon Design’s key markets such as behavioral healthcare, Public-Private Partnerships and master planning as well as her marketing and client relations skills, Jessica has [...]
On Friday, July 13, Conference Room 1 in the New York City office was transformed into an Italian restaurant – setting the scene for the mentor program “Murder Mystery Luncheon.” The title of the program was Blueprint for Murder. This interactive luncheon included a cast of seven and a guest count of approximately 15. The [...]
The DC office celebrated Mentoring in May with a top-secret scavenger hunt competition focused on revealing all the “hot spots” in and around our new office space – which is now located a few train stops up at the “CMZ” or Clarendon Metro Zone. Twenty brave souls signed up to take part in “mentor…possible” and [...]
The Boston office took a unique approach to Mentoring in May this year as we held an event called “Inside The Design Studio.” Based on the TV interview show called Inside the Actors Studio, we had senior employees interview junior or entry-level employees and vice versa. They interviews consisted of questions including: What other careers [...]
The Phoenix office held its Mentoring In May event last Thursday which included a great deal of trivia questions, challenging putt-putt holes spread across the office and Nintendo Wii battles. All of the events required people to work together and focus on mentoring. Jeff Nudi and Dina Ross earned the top honors and both received [...]
The Buffalo office held its signature Mentoring in May event this Monday when mentors and protégés teamed up for a spin-off of the popular TV game show Minute to Win it. Protégés signed up as individuals and were paired with a teammate from another department in the firm. Via a blind draw at the event, [...]
Bill Grill and Chip Berry sit down to discuss their mentoring relationship and the value of seeking new opportunities. Bill Grill and Chip Berry – The Mentoring Program from Cannon Design on Vimeo.
Barb Kendziora: How does the mentorship program welcome new employees? from Cannon Design on Vimeo.
In March 2011, the US Chamber of Commerce launched the Hiring Our Heroes initiative to help veterans and military spouses find meaningful employment. In the first 12 months, Hiring Our Heroes has hosted more than 120 hiring fairs in 45 states and the District of Columbia. As a result of these job fairs, more than [...]
Joe Cohen: How has the firm helped with your professional development? from Cannon Design on Vimeo.
With a seat on Cannon Design’s Board of Directors, and positions as both the regional leader of Cannon Design’s Canadian architectural practice and the operations leader for the firm’s Canada West region, Marion LaRue, LEED, AP, principal, has not only bridged the “gender gap “as a leader in architecture, but has done much to increase [...]
Susan Welker, AIA - 18 May 2013
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Yen Cao - 15 May 2013
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Don Wesley - 14 May 2013
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