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This camp for first-time Girls Build! participants will help girls ages 11-14 understand the nuts-and-bolts of architecture and design. Together we’ll use the design process to explore the fundamentals of designing an affordable dream home!

Date
April 15, 2019
Time
9:30 am
Price
Free upon application review*
Meet
ArcelorMittal Design Studio, 111 E. Wacker Dr.


In this camp, the girls will work through the design process to create their dream houses, while taking into account real-world issues like sustainability and affordability. Participants will learn sketching, computer modeling and 3-D model-making. The camp concludes with the girls presenting their models at a final showcase.

Girls Build! is a year-round STEM and leadership development program designed to inspire middle school girls to explore their interests in architecture, construction, engineering and design. During the program, the girls get to know women working in the fields of architecture and design, who serve as program instructors, role models and mentors. They'll use the Design Process to develop hands-on projects and build collaboration, teamwork, communication and presentation skills—providing a foundation for the girls to become the next generation of engineers, architects and designers.


*The Girls Build!: Adaptive Architecture is a scholarship program for girls ages 11-14 enrolled in Chicago Public Schools. An application is required to be considered for enrollment. Upon application review, students may be asked to participate in an one-on-one interview with the program instructor.

This camp is now full, but you can sign up to be added to the wait list and will be alerted if a spot becomes available.

Wait list


Notes:
  • Registration includes all dates in the program: April 15—18, 2019.
  • If you have any questions, please contact us at education@architecture.org.

This program is generously supported by

Girls Build! Fall 2018 sponsors