ACCI 10 Year Anniversary

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Dozens of Metro Atlanta students are now pursuing their dreams in the fields of Architecture, Engineering and Construction all because of the dedicated work of some of the best professionals in these various fields.

A milestone is being set this year as this volunteer program
celebrates more than a decade of service to hundreds of young people in high schools all over the area. The Atlanta Center for Creative Inquiry (ACCI) was founded by renown architect Oscar L. Harris, Jr. He revolutionized the marketplace for opportunities by creating some of the noteworthy projects that have become the “face of Atlanta.”

Now, Mr. Harris along with a stellar Board of Directors, leads in the efforts to challenge students to pursue their creative passion and make a difference in the world. This year’s class is exploring sustainability. Last year, the class explored options for the revitalization and renovation of a blighted area of historic Auburn Avenue.

We have hundreds of examples of students who were deeply motivated and determined through the work of ACCI. These are just a few of the students who have benefitted from the energy and support of these outstanding volunteers. ACCI is a 501C3 non-profit that relies
solely on private donations from individuals and companies. It has the support of many leading firms and companies such as Georgia Pacific, Black & Veatch and many others.