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Career Explorations In Architecture Summer Program

Career Explorations in Architecture Summer Program

I am writing today on a cool and sunny morning in New Orleans. This note celebrates our Career Explorations in Architecture High School Program, established over 25 years ago. We are proud that this program will be running again this summer. It is a three-week course of study that immerses students in New Orleans, Tulane University and the School of Architecture. While the program is geared toward high school students, prospective graduate students have also taken advantage of the opportunity to explore their possible career choice in architecture. The program exposes students to the unique nuances of an architectural education as well as an introduction to the design professions. With a program rooted in the architecturally rich city of New Orleans, students are challenged to think about the world around them in a creative light. Through lectures, design exercises and field trips, students have the opportunity to absorb both the new and historic aspects of the city. Whether a newfound curiosity or long standing interest, this prestigious and intensive program can benefit students with any range of architectural knowledge. Our program has been home to students from across the country and abroad, allowing for a rich diversity of groups to form lasting friendships outside of the classroom. If you know students who may be interested and would benefit from such a program, I encourage you ask them to apply now. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Wendy Sack, Assistant Dean at the Tulane School of Architecture, via email at wdsack@tulane.edu.

Kenneth Schwartz, FAIA
Favrot Professor and Dean

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