Middle School, Architectural Imagination Mentoring (AIM)

The Institute for Architectural Research, Inc. middle school mentoring program, Architectural Imagination Mentoring (AIM): aims to combats the epidemic of disengagement among low-income urban youth in the New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Harlem area with a unique design apprentice model, bringing [at-risk] urban youth into a design collaborative environment.

In an after school classroom setting, the students will be introduced to architecture through tactile learning, drawing, and model building. (AIM) mentors help students develop new skills, talents, and increase their own satisfaction with learning. We accommodate all learning styles and disabilities.

Mentors will meet with the students from [3:15pm to 5:15pm] on a weekly basis on Tuesdays starting in [enter month and year]