A few representatives of the AVCD team at the Lego Challenge, preparing to present their structure to the judges

First year students of all majors gathered in the Owings Mills Gym to participate in the Lego Challenge, a team building project where students construct Lego sculptures representative of the fundamentals of Stevenson’s Career Architecture: Professional Know-How, Personal Direction and Discipline Expertise. Throughout this event, students learned more about personal values, skills, and interests related to their future careers.

AVCD students decided to create a Mac computer out of Legos to showcase Career Architecture

Our first year AVCD students assembled a Lego Mac computer as their representation of the challege. The students worked together to find the pieces they needed, assemple the structure, and pitch their idea to a team of judges including Dr. Kevin J. Manning, Mr. Justin Terry, and Ms. Yolanda Vazquez. Although they did not rank among the top 3 teams, their hard work was evident. Great job!