CO recently wrapped up another successful summer Architectural Discovery Program. This four-week program exposes young minds to the world of architecture and encourage students to consider architecture as a potential career path. This year’s program included in-person site visits and virtual experiences to guide each of the five high school students in their discovery of architecture.
SoCal NOMA introduced their first Virtual Summer Camp – a three day virtual program with classroom, assignments, exhibits, workshops and presentations. CO Architects participated mentoring minority children in architecture through this three-day virtual classroom.
CO created the Architecture Discovery Program to expose young high school women to architecture and encourage them to consider the profession as a career choice. The four-week program brought each of the students together as they designed their own unique projects on the site of CO’s recently designed Cal Poly Pomona Student Services Building.