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Help support design in public education by voting for Project H‘s high school program, Studio H! The humanitarian design firm has taken on an ambitious project in the poorest county in North Carolina: a design/build curriculum in the public high school. Taught by Project H’s founder and project manager, Emily Pilloton and Matthew Miller, the one-year program is offered to high school juniors in Bertie County, and over the course of two semesters and a summer term, students learn design thinking, develop hands-on shop class skills, earn college credit, and put this all to work on a big architectural community project. Next summer, the students will build a farmer’s market for the town of Windsor, and have already completed some beautiful public chicken coops. Studio H is up for a $10,000 grant from Sambazon’s “Warriors of Change” program, and needs your votes (just 2 clicks via Facebook) to help fund their summer build. Voting ends Friday, January 21.

VOTE to help Studio H win a $10,000 grant here >>>

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