COMMUNITY

LCA participates yearly in the Bahamas Association of Independent Secondary Schools (B.A.I.S.S) student professional spring-intern endeavor. During this two-week period, students are allowed to work in an office of their desired field where they can gain on-hand exposure to the profession they wish to pursue. As such, LCA has employed students for a two week hands-on exposure to the field of architecture. Though it is not mandatory, LCA also provides a stipend to these individuals.

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Mr. Chisholm has also served on the formerly College of the Bahamas, now, University of The Bahamas, Job Placement Advisory Committee Board and was a past Registrar of the Professional Architects Board for five years.

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