Brooklyn Interior Designer and Interior Designer Schools announced on Wednesday they will accept students of all ages.
Brooklyn Interior Designer, JoAnn Woodson, said in a statement, “We are proud to be welcoming a new generation of Brooklyn’s interior design students to our schools.
We hope this opportunity will serve as a model for others to pursue their dreams.”
Brooklyn’s Interior Designer School is open to students from all ages and backgrounds.
Its a new program that has been in existence since the mid-1990s.
In 2016, the program launched an initiative to make more affordable homes affordable to all.
“We are excited to be expanding the opportunity to all Brooklyn residents by opening this new program to all students from underrepresented groups, including our own students,” Woodson said in the statement.
Brookly residents were not only given a place to start but also to build their own careers, according to the statement, and the program will help foster opportunities for them to make their dreams a reality.
The program will also offer students the opportunity for hands-on internships.
Students will be able to create their own design projects, learn to use a 3D printer, create digital signage and get hands-ons in an urban design program.
As part of the program, students will be required to work in their design studio for three months.
Woodson, who is the founder of Brooklyn Design School, said the new program is the first of its kind in the nation and is being spearheaded by the city of New York.
There are currently more than 200 students in Brooklyn, but Woodson hopes to double that number within the next year.
Currently, there are more than 400 students in the program.
Woodson said the program was created as a way for Brooklyn residents to pursue careers in interior design.
She said, “When you think of the Brooklyn landscape, you think Brooklyn.
But, with this program, you’re going to learn about the history of the city, how it has changed and who is involved with it.”
According to the program’s website, there is a $30,000 grant available to those who can show they have the potential to take a design-oriented approach to the city and a $50,000 stipend available to students who can demonstrate they can demonstrate an ability to build affordable housing.
At the end of the three months, students who are able to prove their ability to work with a 3-D printer can earn a stipend.
Some of the stipends are given to students with a background in design and construction, including woodworkers and metalworkers.
If you or anyone you know needs help with a job or an affordable housing situation, call 877-622-4889.