Our volunteers come from a range of backgrounds. If you want to support NDC’s work and have experience in the below disciplines (or something related), we’d love to collaborate.
Contee-Parago Triangle Park serves as an entry point to the Bolton Hill neighborhood and is one of the first park spaces in Baltimore to commemorate two of its African American residents, William Gailes Contee and Edward Wilson Parago. The Bolton Hill Community Association is organizing efforts for a major park renovation to be completed by the 50th anniversary of the park's establishment, in May 2021. Join us in providing updated park designs for this exciting anniversary celebration!
For this project, we are looking for landscape architects in Baltimore with an interest and experience in park design, sustainable landscaping, and neighborhood development.
To volunteer or for any questions, please feel free to reach out to Katryna Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the regions top STEM high schools is bursting at the seams. The school leadership of Eleanor Roosevelt HS is interested in convening an inclusive participatory process to produce an architectural design that addresses a lack of interior classroom space as well as out of date facilities. Currently, students are housed in temporaries that are in varying states of disrepair. As the leading Science and Technology program in Prince George’s County, Eleanor Roosevelt PTSA and leadership seeks a design solution that will embody the school and its values as well as provide a place for high-level scholarship and scientific study to take place.
Architects with experience in laboratory/higher ed/K12 school design are encouraged to apply.
To volunteer or for any questions please reach out to Allie O’Neill email@example.com
Are you a landscape architect passionate about improving student learning outcomes through design? Cesar Chavez Dual Spanish Immersion Language School sees the potential in its school grounds! To determine the best choices for the campus, our design process will engage the Cesar Chavez family- students, teachers, staff, and parents in all stages of the process- from focusing in on a goal, ideating on how to achieve the goal, and prioritizing elements. Won’t you help us make the campus at Cesar Chavez an environmentally-friendly, low-maintenance space that supports outdoor experiential learning and the school’s vision for a safe, diverse, and inclusive environment?
Architects and Landscape architects with an interest in creating community cohesion through design are encouraged to apply. We’d love to have a bilingual English-Spanish design team for this project!
To volunteer or for any questions, please contact Allie O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org
We're working with the first African American town in Prince George's County to articulate their vision for the Main Street and Town Square. The project will include façade improvements and conversations with local businesses, outreach to community members about existing and desired business assets, and design recommendations for streetscaping improvements.
Qualifications: Architects, Planners, and those interested in community-articulated visions for place should apply. For more information or to sign up, please email Sophie Morley at email@example.com