2018 Camp Sustain.ability Application
CAMP Sustain.Ability is PhilaNOMA’s Project Pipeline program for middle school students focusing on sustainable architecture + design. Our workshops are administered by architecture professionals and college students who volunteer their time in order to teach, mentor and inspire our camp participants.

Project Pipeline is a summer camp program created by The National Organization of Minority Architects to educate minority youth about the process and impact of architecture in our communities. With camps held by chapters across the country, Project Pipeline provides kids a unique opportunity for exposure to the fun and exciting world of architecture + design.

This is a FREE ONE DAY event filled with architectural design activities for middle and high school students. Camp Sustain.ability will be celebrating its 10th anniversary as it does every year... bringing architecture to young minds!
PhilaNOMA has exciting things in store for the Architectural BOOT CAMP.

This experience is for all qualified students grades 6-10 and camp alumni!

Save the date for Saturday, July 14, 2018 at Jefferson University's East Falls Campus at The DEC Center

We hope to see you at the Architectural Discovery Experience!

Please email philanoma.camp@gmail.com for any questions or concerns.

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