Project Pipeline is a National Initiative established in 2006 by The National Organization of Minority Architects.
Project Pipeline Program is hosted nation-wide, has taught thousands of students, over many hours through the endless efforts of volunteer mentors, and sponsors. Students are introduced to the people, professions, and ideas that make up the architecture and design profession. The five (5) day camp offers students with varied skills levels and interests to work both individually and collaboratively through a virtual environment to address community focused issues through creativity and design innovation. Pipeline students are asked to think creatively about the spaces around them and are given the opportunity to investigate how they can best influence those spaces. Each day consists of various hands-on activities and learning sessions designed to encourage students to synthesize and interpret new information as they design a new building for their city to engage with. By the end of camp, Pipeline students would have created the building that would fit within their city blocks for a better city and designed a community that reflects their academic, cultural, and design interests!
There is a pro-rated $25 registration fee to cover T-shirts, build kits, technology, and supplies.