Outreach Programs-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Our outreach programs reach more than 650 students annually. The School of Architecture's networks have resulted in immeasurable benefit to students, faculty and the societies we serve.

Architecture Explorations is a collection of architecture-based programs for students in kindergarten through high school. Our programs offer a creative and engaging introduction to architecture, in both extracurricular and academic settings. Students are asked to expand their perceptions about what architecture is, what architects do, and how architects design.

PRE-COLLEGE (Rising High School Juniors and Seniors)
The study of architecture is an exciting multidisciplinary activity that combines design creativity, historical perspective, technical knowledge and social responsibility. The six-week summer Pre-College Architecture Program is structured to introduce you to each of these areas and for you to experience studying architecture in a university setting. Experience life at the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture for the summer!

Summer Internship for Diversity (SID) is a certificate program of the School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University. Its purpose is to improve the diversity of the school. President Jared Cohon has identified SID as one of the “Faces of Diversity” in the university.