The Architecture Fellowship opportunity at Harold Washington College (HWC) seeks to provide high school students the opportunity to:
Take Dual Enrollment (DE) classes on a college campus,
Obtain a Basic Certificate in Architecture,
Gain early career exposure to the field of Architecture, and
Better understand the power of Architecture in transformation of self and community.
Students would start the Fellowship program during the summer before their junior year of high school, taking one class each semester (summer, fall, spring) for a total of six classes.
Additionally, in partnership with the Chicago Architecture Center (CAC) and our business partners, students will participate in a variety of supplemental experiences that both provide them with tangible skill sets related to Architecture and spark their curiosities into the field of Architecture. Students that complete the HWC Architecture Fellowship Program have the option to matriculate to HWC for an accelerated AAS degree as college students, taking 15 additional courses during the summer, fall, spring, and subsequent summer session.
For a printable flyer click here.
To apply for the Fellowship click here.