Summer Career Workshop
The Architecture Department offers an intensive 4-week in-residence workshop designed for high school students considering architecture as a career or developing a design portfolio. The Workshop provides an in-depth view of the career through hands-on experience in studio design exercises, lectures, projects and field trips. Activities cover architectural design and history, computer applications, structural engineering and site planning. Studios and lectures are taught by the faculty of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. Education and career advising are integral elements of the program.
Participating students live in residence halls where they become familiar with the dynamics of campus life. The program typically runs mid June - mid July, and includes lodging, most meals, field trips and most materials.
The Summer 2018 workshop will be held from June 24 - July 20, 2018. Registration begins in early March, 2017. If you are interested, please see the following link: Architecture Summer Career Workshop Flyer (.pdf)
If you are interested in receiving more information, please provide your email through the Email Interest List web document. Emails will be sent as additional registration information becomes available, including the cost of the workshop.
If you have further questions, please contact workshop Director Mark Cabrinha at email@example.com.
Registration is accepted on a first-come first-served basis through an on-line registration. Students must be a minimum of 15 years old at the time of the workshop, and must be in high-school. This means the majority of campers are rising Juniors and Seniors, as well as several rising Sophomores.
The cost for the 2017 summer workshop was $4,650. The cost of the workshop includes all materials, room and board, as well as many social activities and study tours. See more information below.
For local area students not in need of room and board, there was a commuter rate of $2,600 which includes lunch and Tuesday night BBQ’s.