D.C. Students Construction Trades Foundation in partnership with District of Columbia Public Schools Career and Technical Education.
Inscape Studio. And while teens normally can't even clean their rooms, students were even somewhat involved in the preliminary design process, says the Academy's head Shelly Karriem. "Students weren't included in the drawing process, but the design elements that they thought were important were relayed to the architects." Miller & Long will serve as general contractors and assist Academy instructors in overseeing the construction process. Although not physically involved, corporate sponsors like Clark Construction and Balfour Beatty have helped to make the program possible. Bridging the connection between a quality education today and an healthy, employed future, the Academy has been helping students recognize their potential, focus on their studies, and begin to plot their future careers. Since its inception in 2005, the Academy has seen a 90% graduation rate from its enrolled student body.
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