Explore the dynamic world of design
High school students who are interested in the design field should check out the Summer Design Camp offered through the School of Design at Dunwoody College of Technology.
The camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., July 31 through Aug. 4 on the Dunwoody campus, 818 Dunwoody Blvd., Minneapolis.
This pre-college program was created to introduce high school students to the dynamic world of design, including architecture, interior design, and graphic design. Participants will experience a week of hands-on projects using industry tools and techniques led by Dunwoody faculty.
Open to students in grades nine through 12, campers will explore the design process, learn with other aspiring designers, interact with industry professionals, visit local design firms, and tour the city.
Registration is now open for the camp. Early-bird registration is $300 for those up until June 15, and $350 after that. Registration closes July 15. Click here to register.
For questions, contact Lisa Loudon at email@example.com.
For information about the School of Design, visit dunwoody.edu/design.
About the School of Design at Dunwoody
The world needs architects, interior designers, and graphic designers who can combine strong technical skills with creativity, leadership skills, and a focus on the public interest. The School of Design at Dunwoody College of Technology prepares students for great careers in high-demand design fields through hands-on projects with real clients. As students move through their degree program, they build a strong portfolio that shows both their technical expertise and the ability to creatively problem solve. Students gain real-world experience through field trips, industry speakers, and internship opportunities.
About Dunwoody College of Technology
Founded in 1914, Dunwoody College of Technology is the only private, not-for-profit technical college in the Upper Midwest. Having provided hands-on, applied technical education to more than 250,000 individuals, Dunwoody is the college for experimenters and makers, a place where the curious and the confident learn by doing. Located in Minneapolis, Dunwoody offers a unique campus experience in dedicated labs, studios, and shops that treats students like future professionals from day one. With certificates, associate’s, and bachelor’s degrees in more than 46 majors – including engineering, robotics, design and other STEM-related fields – Dunwoody challenges students to come determined and graduate destined. More information on Dunwoody can be found at www.dunwoody.edu or by following Dunwoody on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.