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COMING august 6th - 9th
 

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ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN CAMP 2024
REGISTRATION

WHAT IS PROJECT PIPeLINE?
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EDucation to ACTIoN

 

Our mission is to empower young people to affect change in their community through design. Using the city as the classroom and connecting young people to real-world architects and planners, we foster the next generation of design professionals, civic leaders, and changemakers.  We advocate for increased inclusiveness, diversity, fellowship, equity, and excellence in design.  

 

project based activity

 

The camp guides students through all stages of design using thought provoking and fun exercises that keep them engaged. The design project encourages them to take into consideration broader cultural, social, and historical implications.  Students investigate through drawing and model building, analyze through diagramming, and engage through site visits.

 

Students that participate in the camps work closely with architects and designers to create the designs they would like to see in their communities. Not only do students create designs, but they are also connected with mentors in the architecture field to help guide their interests. For many students, Project Pipeline is their first introduction to the design world. By the program’s conclusion, students present a fully realized design project that advocates for change and addresses an issue in their city.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE

 

Middle school and high school students in the St. Louis area (both Illinois and Missouri residents). At minimum, middle school students must be entering their seventh grade year in the fall.  The camp is open to students of all backgrounds, but is geared towards providing students of color with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of architecture and design.

camp LOCATION & schedule 

 

Location:     Washington University in St. Louis

                     Steinberg Hall (Drop off/Pick up)

                     6253 Forsyth Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112

 

Pick-up/Drop-off and parking:

Students shall be dropped off (8:00am) and picked up (3:00pm) at the vehicle drive on the Forsyth Blvd. side of Steinberg Hall, near the stairs.

Visitor Parking is available on the first level, P1 of the East End Garage (underground). Click to see detailed parking info.

Camp Times - 8:00 AM - 3:00PM Daily:

Full camp itinerary coming soon!

additional information

 

Registration Deadline (students and volunteers):  Friday, July 19th 

 

Camp fee:     

Free for all students.

In-person pre-camp walk-through meeting for volunteers only:  To be announced. Check back here for schedule.

Background check for volunteers:

All camp volunteers must submit their information for a background check instructions will be forthcoming.

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pREVIOUS YEAR sponsors

Note on donations and sponsorship:

We are accepting donations ongoing.  If you would like your donation to be eligible for a tax deduction based on 501(c)(3) status, please contact our chapter at info@stlnoma.com for instructions prior to donating.

 

If a tax deduction is not an expectation, you are welcome to donate via our Paypal link.

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