For more than 100 years, the American Society of Landscape Architects has promoted the landscape architecture profession and advanced the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship. As the national professional association for landscape architects, ASLA has more than 18,000 members and 48 chapters, representing all 50 states, U.S. territories, and 68 countries around the world.
If you are pursuing a career as a landscape architect, you should consider becoming an ASLA member! Members enjoy many benefits and discounts including access to JobLink, ASLA’s searchable job database, as well as the Advocacy Network – a source dedicated to shaping our political future. Best of all, being an ASLA member means contributing to the Association’s efforts to raise awareness of the profession, and advocate on legislative issues that matter most to the profession.
Visit www.asla.org to become a member or learn more about membership benefits.
The Southern California chapter of ASLA encompasses the southern portion of California south of the 37th parallel. It includes the counties of Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura. More than 700 professionals and affiliates, along with 100 students from various university chapters, claim membership.
The chapter promotes and advanves the profession through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship. It cultivates personal and professional development holds many events throughout the year that provide education and networking opportunities that connect practitioners passionate about the mission of the practice as an instrument in the pursuit of public welfare.
The Cal Poly Pomona chapter ASLA is active in the College of Environmental Design. Members play a key role in organizing the department's year-round professional lecture series, organizing field trips and fundraising initiatives that support academic and professional development. Members are also active participants in the ENV Council, the college-level elected student leadership, where they ensure that their peers are represented and kept informed in matters affecting them at the college and university levels.