Chloe is a part of a professional development model that fosters design and construction career pathways known as the Apprentice Academy. This program provides participants with actual projects to integrate purposefully applied academics with real-world practice experiences. These experiences are structured in a sequential way that accelerates their pathway concurrently with their secondary and post-secondary academic tracks. Chloe is one of ten college interns in an architecture program at either the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Kansas State, or Iowa State.
We at BCDM are happy to add her to the Apprentice Academy and BCDM this summer.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2024
Bachelor of Science in Design
How did you become interested in this field?
I kindled my interest in architecture by playing an unhealthy amount of Minecraft as a kid. I really enjoyed following YouTube tutorials to learn different expressions of architecture through different kinds of buildings, and I eventually began ideating my own designs.
If you could pick up a new skill in an instant what would it be and why?
If I could pick up a new skill in an instant, it would have to be gardening. I absolutely adore flowers and making bouquets. I feel that I would enjoy the process even more if I was able to be involved from the very start.