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Architecture can be a gateway to interdisciplinary, project-based learning that helps young people develop the skills, knowledge, and dispositions they need to succeed in life and work. The ACE Mentor Program, Assemble, the Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Mellon University, Fallingwater, and the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation teamed up to create the Architecture Learning Network.

The Architecture Learning Network (ALN) organizations provide opportunities for youth to become interested in architecture, active in their communities, and knowledgeable about the design process, historic preservation, sustainability, and digital technology. Young learners can complete programs through the ALN and receive digital badges for their architectural designs.

Thanks to funding support from a Remake Learning Pathways grant from The Sprout Fund, six Pittsburgh nonprofits have partnered to create the Architecture Learning Network (ALN). The partners are ACE (Architecture-Construction-Engineering) National Mentor Program, Assemble, Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture, Carnegie Museum of Art, Fallingwater, and Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation (PHLF).

Remake Learning Pathways | Architecture for Civic Engagement was last modified: June 8th, 2017 by The Sprout Fund