8 hours ago
// Carlie - Architectural Graduate⠀ -⠀ Q: Having now completed your Masters, and working full-time, what do the next 5 years look like for you?⠀ -⠀ Firstly, I’m grateful to have finally completed my studies so that I can focus my attention to work, home life and personal commitments rather than being spread a little thin with study on top!⠀ -⠀ I have recently gained a new perspective in looking to the next few years of my career. I have realised that the projects I am currently involved in and the ones to come may be some of the richest opportunities I get to be fully immersed in the design process and build relationships with clients. I would love to work towards becoming registered within the next two years, but I also acknowledge that family life may draw my attention soon also.⠀ -⠀ I was married last year and we would love to raise a family in the future. Without putting any set plans in place, I know that being a mother down the track will change my role in the architectural profession. So I suppose I can look at the near future and make the most of the opportunities I am given now, when my attention is more fully directed to my career.⠀ -⠀ I know I am very blessed to be working here with my Elevation family, and am so grateful for the responsibility I have been given to learn and develop as an Architectural Graduate and the opportunities I have been provided with so early on in my career.