This program is designed to introduce high school students to careers in the
Architecture, Design and Creative Industries. Students will engage in a real
world architectural design problem and utilize the current technological tools
used by industry to develop high demand, high wage, 21st Century Skills.
The program will support and reinforce the math, language, history, problem
solving and other academic skills that students are currently learning.
Students will meet and have an opportunity to interact with Architecture
college students and real design professionals.
Lawrence Technological University UTLC
Session Topics per week:
1) INTRODUCTION - Program Goals Expectations
2) Introduce the Design problem / Develop Teams
3) Programming and Schematic Design –
4) Materials & Methods of Construction
5) Drawing the Elevation
6) Writing a Design Narrative- Writing about your design Ideas
7) The Perspective- Showing what matters Presentation in Graphics
8) Developing Final Presentation- Power Point/ Display Board/ Narrative
9) Developing Final Presentation- Power Point/ Display Board/ Narrative
10) Culminating Activity – Projects displayed/ Judged
Application Deadline: (January
• Have a minimum 3.0 GPA
(students with a 2.8 may be considered if they have outstanding recommendations
and are showing academic improvement)
• Have a good attendance record
• A completed application, educator recommendation
Fee $50 per student
Kenneth Crutcher, M Arch, CDT, RA
David Robinson NBCT, Engineer/Certified CAD teacher
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