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    07 March 2023

    LWK + PARTNERS supports young female talents in architecture: Stephanie Al Rahbanie participates in Architecture Networking Workshop

    Our Junior Architect Stephanie Al Rahbanie participated in the Architecture Networking Workshop organized by the American University in Dubai (AUD) Alumni Association. The event, which took place on Tuesday, March 7th, featured a panel discussion on the post-graduation experience in architecture, followed by a networking and socializing session outdoors.

    Stephanie shared her valuable insights and experiences as a Junior Architect, inspiring attendees to connect with their peers and learn more about the field in the UAE. As a young female talent, Stephanie’s active and engaged presence in the industry is a testament to the importance of sharing experiences and promoting diversity in architecture.

    At LWK + PARTNERS, we are dedicated to supporting young female talents in the field of architecture. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workplace is essential to creating innovative and impactful designs.

    To support young female talents, we provide a range of opportunities for career growth and development. Our mentorship program pairs young female architects with experienced professionals who can provide guidance and support as they navigate the industry. We also offer ongoing training and development programs to help our team members stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends in architecture.

    Furthermore, we actively seek out opportunities to promote diversity and inclusion in the industry. We collaborate with universities and schools to offer internships and work experience to female students, helping them to gain hands-on experience and build their portfolios.

    At LWK + PARTNERS, we believe that young female talents have a vital role to play in shaping the future of architecture. We are committed to supporting and empowering them to achieve their full potential, and we look forward to seeing their contributions to the field.