An essential part of NOMAct is facilitating an educational initiative that brings architecture resources to K-12 students throughout Connecticut. Our goal is to make architecture more accessible for all, with a focus on students who are under represented in the field of architecture today. Explore the resources below to see how the K-12 Educational Center can help you!
At NOMAct, our vision is to create more diverse teams within the architectural profession to embody the communities we serve. To accomplish these goals, we have created a scholarship fund to encourage minority students interested in architecture to learn more about the built environment.
Family activities designed to be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home
Downloadable architectural lesson plans.
A new education initiative from the Connecticut Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Women in Architecture Committee.
The goal is to increase exposure to the profession and to a diversity of design professionals. The program is designed to be useful for homeschooling, remote, or in-classroom instruction.
ACE is an after-school program that gives you a hands-on introduction to architecture, construction management and engineering – careers you may consider if you're interested in designing and/or building just about everything around you, from schools, stadiums and concert halls to bridges, tunnels, shopping malls, parks and more.
Higher Edge guides low-income and first-generation students through enrollment, retention, and graduation from college by providing the support and resources needed for success. Do you want to go to college, but don’t know how to apply? Are you worried that you won’t be able to pay for college? Higher Edge is a free program that helps students get to and through college.
Are you interested in studying architecture? Looking for a summer program to prepare you for school? Listed in the link below are over 100 unique programs from all across the globe. Find the summer program that is right for you.