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If you follow me on Twitter you know that I post a lot of Mark R. LePage’s Entrepreneur Architect Podcast Episodes and Articles. I have A LOT of respect for Mark as a Man, as an Architect and for what he’s doing for his fellow Architects and for our Profession.

You can find me on Twitter as @Jeff_Echols or by following this link.

When Mark offered the opportunity a while back to write an article for his site about how I found my first job in Architecture I jumped at it. It’s an honor and a great opportunity to have my work published in front of his followers.

Follow this link to find my article titled “Three Lessons from the Streets.”

In this article I tell the story of looking for my first job in Architecture. Read it to find out about:

  • Shoeboxes and real closure

  • A real nugget of advice that I received from a well-known Architect in Chicago

  • My 3 lessons for finding a job in architecture

Do me a favor: take a minute to read the article then tell me what you think. I always appreciate your feedback.

My goal is to start an open dialogue and let Architect of the Internet be a forum where we can all learn to have success in the business of architecture through Social Media.

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About Jeff Echols

Jeff Echols is the creative Storyteller for Award-Winning architecture firms and the Social Media Campaign Manager for industry professionals. He is a graduate of Ball State University with over 20 years’ experience in the marketing departments of firms ranging from three to three thousand employees.

Jeff spends countless hours studying, developing and implementing strategies for insuring marketing success for Architects and other business owners in the online arena. He documents the good, the bad and the ugly in Social Media at Architect of the Internet and speaks about Conquering Social Media in venues ranging from the Board Room to the Convention Stage.

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  1. Doug Decker says:

    Jeff: 20 years? My how time flies.

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