The National Organization of Minority Architects has created a summer STEM program entitled, Project Pipeline Architectural Summer Camp. Project Pipeline serves, in part, as NOMA’s solution to increasing the number of underrepresented minorities pursuing careers in architecture. This year, NOMA PGH will host the first Project Pipeline Architecture Camp in Pittsburgh for 6th – 8th graders. Students entering the 9th grade in the Fall of 2018 are also welcome to attend.

Students will participate in a variety of interactive activities that are designed to introduce them to Architecture over a 2-Day period. Please visit our registration page by clicking the button below to register.

We provide an introduction to design for students and enhance their understanding of design over the 2-Day Camp through projects and activities.
Model Building
Each student will engage in the model making process which is taught by industry professionals.
Students will be given the opportunity to use design to address community focused issues.

National Spotlight

Project Pipeline Architecture Camps are taking place in more than 12 cities across the country. To learn more about the impacts that our camps are making, take a look at the highlight video from the PhilaNOMA Chapter of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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