Our programs take place at the Center for Architecture and in schools and community sites throughout the New York metropolitan area.
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K-12 educational programs are supported, in part, by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council, New York State Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, The Architects Foundation and Armstrong World Industries Foundation, and Kinder Morgan Foundation.
Thank you to our supporters: Lu-Shawn Thompson, Christina Davis, Judy T. Hunt, Rockwell Group, CNY Group, Levien & Company, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, John B. Simoni, Jr., Roslyn Consultants, WEISS/MANFREDI and WSP.
Youth & Family Programs
Family Day weekend programs for kids ages 5-13
Vacation & Summer Programs for kids grades 3 -12
K-12 School Programs
Student Day K-12 workshops at the Center for Architecture
Learning By Design:NY K-12 in-school residency program
Professional Development design teaching strategies for instructors
Special Youth Programs
Discover Architecture Internship Program
The Center for Architecture in conjunction with the American Institute of Architects New York offers a program for current New York City high school students interested in learning more about the field of architecture. Selected participants will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience and on-site learning at a local architecture firm.
NYC Urban Explorer Guides
Additional Learning Materials
Walter A. Hunt Jr. ScholarshipFor NYC public high school students entering a NAAB-accredited, U.S. school of architecture.
Allwork ScholarshipFor students seeking their first degree in architecture from an NAAB-accredited school in the State of New York.
Center for Architecture Design ScholarshipStudents must be nominated by their dean or chair of their accredited program.
K-12 After-School ProgramsNeed-based scholarships are available
K-12 Vacation & Summer ProgramsNeed-based scholarships are available.