Wednesday 22 Nov 2017
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ADDA supports and endorses continuing education and training at every level and stage of the individual’s career. Continuing education can consist of courses, videos, on-line training, post-secondary and vocational training in single or multiple programs that meets the individual’s requirements.

 ADDA will attempt to provide a comprehensive list of many opportunities to assist you as a member.  Read more and follow the links below for a listing and contact information.

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ADDA Employment Center is operated by JobTarget.  Within this area you may search for a job openingsby posting your resume, or advertise for a position within your company or other companies.  There is no charge for posting a resume.

Please contact the office for specifics.

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The ADDA Design Drafting Contest is an annual event which is open to any student member of ADDA or any student enrolled in an ADDA Certified Program.

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Student of the year is an annual Award given by ADDA to acknowledge student and chapter members which excell within thier classroom, community and future profession.  You must be a member of ADDA to apply.

Download 2016 Student of the Year Application and Requirements. (pdf form)

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 Design Drafting Week takes place the same week as the ADDA National Conference.   It has been set aside by ADDA to honor all of the individuals who are engaged in the profession of design drafting and graphic arts.

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Chapters are ADDA's Student Organizations.
ADDA Chapters consist of students who are involved in Design, Drafting and Graphics Programs.  Members can be involved in several training areas such as; drafting, design, pre-engineering, visual communications and other related graphic based classes.  Chapters are designed very similar to those of other student organizations and can coincide with little effort.

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The ADDA Annual Poster Contest is specifically designed for students who wish to challenge their ability in the development of a poster to promote Design Drafting Week.

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Drafters are now what was once known as Draftsmen or Draughtsmen.  They prepare technical drawings and plans used by production and construction workers to build everything from manufactured products such as toys, toasters, industrial machinery, and spacecraft to structures such as houses, office buildings, and oil and gas pipelines.   Drafters’ drawings provide visual guidelines; show the technical details of the products and structures; and specify dimensions, materials, and procedures.