AIA Fort Lauderdale's COTE committee is hosting our award winning Architects In the Making (AIM) Leadership one week this summer. The camp will focus on developing the next leaders in architecture through the use of sustainable design principles for the built environment based on the integration of environmental stewardship, economic justice and social community building.
Interested in sponsoring our future architects?
Contact email@example.com for more information on sponsorship opportunities!
Volunteers and Presenters needed!
Please download the schedule at the bottom of the page and contact Valerie at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Summer Camp Information
June 24-28, 2013/8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
M,W,R,F: Sunnyreach Acres Community Center
100 SW 18th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312
Tuesday: Little Green Library
1033 NW 6th Street, Suite 102, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311
Wednesday will include a Field Trip!
Transportation and lunch will be self provided
Sign up today by downloading your Registration and Liability Forms at the bottom of the page.
$135/week per child, sibling discounts and scholarships available
For details contact:
Valerie J. Amor, Assoc. AIA, Summer Camp Chair
954.701.0698 | email@example.com
Design, build and present a sustainable city with local professionals.
For more information, and for sponsorship and volunteer opportunities please email Valerie J. Amor at firstname.lastname@example.org and download our flyer below!
Mini Camp information:
July 20-21, 2012 (Friday and Saturday morning)
9 – 12 pm, with a presentation by the campers at 1pm on Saturday
Breakers Hotel Palm Beach, Florida 33480
Kids, you may know what architects do today, but do you know what architects did 100 years ago or may do 100 years from now? We will use our own unique, creative, collaborative approach to learn about the past while designing a green city of the future. What will the city look like 100 years from now? What role will architects play? You get to decide through fun hands-on model building and presenting your collective ideas.
The video below won Honorable Mention in the AIA Florida COTE 2011 Video-Arch Competition.