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When children decide on a profession, they usually feel

that only a limited number of options are available:

they can be a teacher, doctor, lawyer, police officer, firefighter,

president, or mayor. Yet, how many times have you

looked at the cover of your child’s notebook and seen doodles

that are so sophisticated and designs so advanced that

you feel your kid has the makings of an architect, fashion designer,

or interior designer? The programs offered in this

section provide a perfect opportunity to expose your child to

careers in design.

The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), located in the

“fashion capital of the world,” New York City, offers teens

who design their own “different” fashions the opportunity

to turn these ideas into a fashion trend at its summer program.

For your jewelry maker, take a look at the Rhode

Island School of Design program. Catholic University in Washington,

DC, and Washington University in St. Louis, both offer

programs in architecture.

These programs expose teens to areas that might otherwise

go unacknowledged. The talent of these children is often unappreciated

until they enter their desired professions. These

programs offer them the opportunity for earlier recognition

and may help to build their self-esteem.