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Teen Program Participants

A DAP student works with a volunteer to understand how to use construction equipment.
A DAP student works with a volunteer to understand how to use construction equipment.
Photo by Museum staff

The National Building Museum is looking for energetic teens to participate in its award-winning teen outreach programs. Do you enjoy design, building, photography, creative writing, and meeting new people? Come be a part of our action and design and complete your own projects with help from mentors and design professionals. The Museum is currently acception applications for its Teen Summer Program Investigating Where We Live.

If you are a student, age 12 to 17, and are interested in photography or exhibition design, find for more information about Investigating Where We Live (IWWL), a summer Outreach Program offered at the Museum. IWWL is a twelve-week program, meeting three days per week at the Museum and includes many site visits and field trips.

If you are a student, age 12 to 18, and are interested in the design and construction fields, Find more information about the Design Apprenticeship Program (DAP). DAP is offered annually in the spring and fall for six-seven Saturday sessions at the Museum.