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Julia Jack Julia Jack remembers that when she was a child, she liked to make things. She even recalls building a cell phone out of
Yoselim Bravo Yoselim Bravo says that she wasn’t a normal kid. But that’s OK. She also thinks that not being a normal kid was what
James Garrett James Garrett knew that he was interested in building early on. He loved playing with Legos and building things as a child, and
Gregory Minott Gregory Minott Gregory Minott says that he didn’t really know what an architect was or what they did when he was growing up.
Marsha McDonald Marsha McDonald decided to pursue a career in architecture at the age of 13. When she was in school in Jamaica, students were
Julia Gamolina When Julia Gamolina thinks about how she decided to become an architect, she thinks of the big moves that she made during her
Saadiah Angster When he was younger, Saadiah Angster thought that he wanted to be an astronaut. However, his sister felt that he was too creative
The Survey – A Snapshot in Time With the ARE 5.1 timeline moving very quickly, myself and a small group of concerned ARE Candidates felt
Bill Martin Bill Martin can remember precisely when he first felt an interest in architecture. He was six years old, and his father had decided
Wandile Mthiyane Wandile Mthiyane is a returning guest to the Young Architect Podcast. In his previous episode, he discussed his upbringing in South Africa, what
Emma Greenberg Emma Greenberg came from a family of artists. Growing up, she loved drawing and painting, and enjoyed visiting museums with her family. She
Briana Fountain Briana’s desire to become an architect goes way back into her childhood. Her father was a realtor, and he loved to look at
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