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Architecture in Education (AIE) Program

Architecture in Education ­is a STE[A]M focused, Florida Standards Based, educational program by the Florida Foundation for Architecture. Architecture in Education (AIE) is a dynamic, eight to ten week, curriculum-enrichment program that matches professional architects with classroom teachers. AIE sharpens a student’s math, social studies, art, and other core academics with real-life, project-based learning.

Crawford Tracey Corporation has generously sponsored an annual raffle to benefit the AIE program. In 2021, the raffle raised $5,285.­

Resource guide on having AIE in your local schools-Coming soon!

People's Choice Program

The People’s Choice Award is a competition in which the general public votes for their favorite Florida building. Each year, the award garners hundreds of thousands of votes from all around the world.

2021 winner­-Coral Gables Museum

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Open Door Program

The Foundation Open Door Program is a state-wide initiative that invites members of the public into well-known public buildings for behind-the-scenes tours. ­Each year, buildings that are part of the AIA Florida People's Choice Competition are opened to the public to provide Florida residents and visitors alike a chance to see the building from a different perspective. More information on other Foundation events are provided here. ­­

One of the top ten winners, The Jim Moran Building, held an Open-Door event in October 2019.

Foundation Vice Chair Erika Hagan, AIA with Rodney Lewis, AIA and Mike Campbell, Director at The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship.

­For more information on programs, contact Crystal Ralys with AIA Florida at (850) 222-7590 or cralys@aiafla.org­

 

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