Robert Ivy Has Roots In The South That Are Paying Off

Robert Ivy is connected to Mississippi because that is where he was raised, and he was always active in the community. His love for his place of residence is paying off because Robert has been named the recipient of the annual Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is given to people who have shown a great respect for the arts and helped promote the arts in multiple ways throughout the year. The award is given by the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. Visit on his twitter for latest updates.

Robert Ivy is currently the CEO of the American Institute of Architects, and it was this institute that made the MIAL want to give the annual award to Robert. For starters, Robert has helped graduates from the institute find work in all 50 states. Even more impressive, Robert Ivy has made deals with dozens of states, and these deals state that the state will only hire architects from the American Institute of Architects. In this way, Robert has caused architecture to become an art on its own. Another great thing Robert Ivy did was help students get a free education at the American Institute of Architecture. He did this by helping high schools embrace architecture as an art and offer it as a course in the classroom. Students who took these classes have been given full scholarships to the institute. Robert has even helped people with a GED attend the institute at no cost to them.

In addition to being a leader in the world of architecture, Robert Ivy is also an author. Over the next few months, Robert is planning on providing the entire online community with articles on how he attained such a high achievement. Robert is also expected to discuss where he hopes to see the field of architecture in the next few years, and he is also expected to discuss how architects can go about making more money.

Read: https://www.bizjournals.com/washington/quick_news/2010/12/american-institute-of-architects-news.html 

 

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