The Summer Career Discovery Program, an intensive two-week program held at the University of Kentucky College of Design from July 10-22, is open to high school students who will be juniors and seniors this fall. The program will introduce students to design education, including the study of architecture and interior design.
The centerpiece of the program will be an intensive design studio in which students will be challenged to think creatively, analyze and present their work to peers and professionals. In addition to the design studio, students will broaden their experience of the design professions through lectures, field trips and workshops.
Admission into the Career Discovery Program is regulated through a selective admission procedure. Students will be selected according to the merit of their cumulative GPA and the quality of their statement of interest. The application and essay must be mailed to the College of Design by July 1.
Summer Career Discovery Program
University of Kentucky
College of Design
117 Pence Hall
Lexington KY 40506-0041
Applicants will receive notification about their enrollment by July 5. If admitted into the program, students will be required to pay a $1,200 tuition fee. This fee includes the cost of housing and meals.
For more information, contact Derrick Meads at (859) 257-5367.