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Our 2015 student recipients are getting ready to roll up their sleeves.

This year, our 2% giving campaign is sponsoring two architecture students, participating in vital design/build projects in Honduras and India. We continue to believe that architecture can help positively transform the world, and our recipients will prove it:

Brian Rohrlick has just finished his second year in the USC Bachelor of Architecture program, and he’s off to Honduras with Global Architecture Brigades, working on building a small-scale community bank along with local Hondurans. Darcy Stebbins, at Keene State College in New Hampshire, is preparing to return to Auroville Earth Institute in India, learning techniques of building with compressed stabilized earth blocks, and getting ready to bring that knowledge out into communities in need.


Click the profiles below to see meet the students and follow their experience.



Every year, we make a commitment to give 2% of income back to the community in some way. Generally we have focused on housing+community, food+community, and art+community. Our 2% giving commitment this round took the form of grants for 3 students, 2 global locations with great need, 2 design/build projects that will restore community.