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We’re Building a Bridge for 150 More Diverse Voices in the Students annually 54 Design Industry Mentors from Gensler participated in our 2022 HBCU Student Design Program. Our goal is to expand our perspective, find new ways of connecting with diverse communities, and bring more types of people into the profession. 7 HBCU universities with accredited architecture programs partnered with Gensler. 15 Summer fellowships awarded to participating students. 2022 HBCU Student Work 2022 HBCU Student Work Gensler’s HBCU Student Design Program Is Introducing Architecture to a New Generation Now in its second year, Gensler’s HBCU Student Design Program is a co-teaching and mentoring effort with Florida A&M University, Hampton University, Howard University, Morgan State University, Prairie View A&M University, Tuskegee University, and the University of the District of Columbia. The program enables students of color to exercise their creativity and introduces opportunities for impact by pursuing a career in architecture and design. The program has resulted in 15 summer fellowships in 2021. 2022 HBCU Student Work Our Partnerships with NOMA and ACE Help Diversify the Talent Pool To further our efforts aimed at diversifying the talent pool and advance the success of architects from diverse backgrounds and perspectives, Gensler has long-standing partnerships with programs such as the ACE Mentor Program and NOMA’s Project Pipeline camps for middle and high school students. 2022 HBCU Student Work 2022 HBCU Student Work 2022 HBCU Student Work 48 DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION GENSLER ANNUAL REPORT 2022 49

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