Our programs teach rigorous design iteration, tinkering, applied arts and sciences, and vocational building skills to give young people the creative, technical, and leadership tools necessary to make positive, long-lasting change in their lives and their communities.


Studio H is an in-school design/build class for 6th-12th grade students. First launched in Bertie County, NC and now based at Realm Charter School in Berkeley, CA, Studio H students apply their core subject learning to design and build audacious and socially transformative projects. Studio H is the subject of the award-winning full-length documentary film, If You Build It.


Girls Garage is a one-of-a-kind design and building program and dedicated workspace for girls ages 9-13. Integrating design, engineering, serious skills and social justice, our after-school and summer programs equip girls with the confidence and tools to build anything they can imagine and to grow alongside one another and their communities.


Unprofessional Development is Project H Design’s teacher education initiative. Its mission is to bring project-based learning into all classrooms through unique workshops and powerful hands-on learning experiences for educators.

We help teachers engage young people in work that responds to authentic problems and real-world questions, and believe that making, building and design are pathways to an empathetic, socially just education.

Source: ProjectHDesign.org

Location: USA

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