Claire Sims draws a Cotton District apartment as part of Design Discovery Camp. The week-long camp is designed to prepare students for the skills and intensity required to successfully complete a design education at Mississippi State.
Photo Credit: Nikki McKenzie | University Relations
Design Discovery is an eight day summer camp intended to answer many of the questions about architecture and design as fields of study and as professions. The major goal of the workshop is to simulate the information, skill, and intensity required for an architectural education and to give clear insight into the practice of architecture. With this experience, it will be possible for the participants to make an informed career decision about architecture and its related disciplines.
Design Discovery 2016 June 10 - 17
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For further information or brochures on any of our camps, call 662.325.2202.
Toyota Wellspring Education Fund
Scholarships are available for students in Lee, Pontotoc and Union counties for the Design Discovery Camp. Visit www.diveintocamps.com to learn more.
Johnson-McAdams Design Discovery Camp Scholarships ($500-includes a non-refundable filing fee of $100)
Eligible high school students should contact the School of Architecture to request a scholarship application; applicants must be from Leflore County, Mississippi; be sixteen years of age or older; and be genuinely interested in a career in architecture and related disciplines. This scholarship funds four students to attend this eight-day summer workshop. Each scholarship will pay for all costs (except for one meal) of the selected participants' meals, lodging, and supplies.