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Join us for the 1st Annual ArchEd Luncheon, a fund-raiser for high school students interested in pursuing architecture as a career and for college students currently enrolled in architecture degree-granting programs.
Purchase tickets below. Tickets will be on sale until September 8, 2017. Prices:
-Youth (ages 10-18): $35
-Child (ages 9 and under): $0
-Table (Seats 8): $400
**YOU MAY ALSO PAY A $35 DEPOSIT TOWARDS YOUR ADULT TICKET AND A $275 DEPOSIT TOWARDS THE PURCHASE OF ONE TABLE (8 seats). THE REMAINING BALANCE IS DUE BY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2017!! Options below.**
We are currently seeking sponsors for the event and our scholarship funds. For information on sponsor packages, please click below:
Choice of Salmon or Pot Roast
Strawberry Mango Salad
(Strawberry Cheesecake, Banana Pudding & Oreo Cheesecake Shooters)
THERE IS NO ADMITTANCE WITHOUT A TICKET!
50% of your ticket price is tax-deductible. Proceeds will benefit the following categories:
-Scholarships for High School Students
-Sponsorships for College Students
-Awards for Conference Travel for Students
-Support for Underfunded Schools of Architecture
If you cannot attend, we would gladly appreciate a monetary donation. 50% of your monetary donation is tax-deductible. You can donate by visiting: http://draftingdreams.org/donate
Drafting Dreams has been successful in educating over 200 students, grades Kindergarten through 12th, on principles of architecture. The purpose of this work is to inspire the next generation of architects, as well as to increase women and minority participation in the profession of architecture.
According to a 2016 report from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, the demographic breakdown of persons who initially become licensed as architects is as follows:
African American 2%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.3%
Other (Including Hispanic/Latino) 4%
Our belief is that these statistics can change by educating students K-12 on the profession of architecture, thus increasing the amount of students who are aware of the profession as a viable career choice.
The ArcEd Luncheon is the second part of our work. Teaching architecture to students K-12 sparks interest in students to attend college to study architecture. Funding their interests allows them to attend and graduate from an architectural degree-granting program. Please support these efforts!