Date(s) - 04/25/2018
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Fresno State University, Smittcamp Alumni House
2625 E. Matoian Way
Fresno, CA, 93740
This unique event brings together student teams from Fresno State University’s Lyles College of Engineering, Craig School of Business, and the Department of Art and Design to tackle real-world nonprofit facility challenges in their own community.
This year students will be working on a proposed Children’s Safety Village in Fresno, which provides hands-on life-safety education to young children and their families in Fresno. A scaled down town provides a safe and fun environment for children to learn about and practice safety skills. Safety lessons may include pedestrian safety, fire safety, crime prevention, and “stranger-danger”. The town is also a venue for community events and can be rented for parties.
Each team designs a portion of the proposed Children’s Safety Village consisting of an Administration/City Hall building, the exterior of three “small” Village buildings and the site plan to accommodate the buildings. Students will design both the interior and exterior of the Administration/City Hall building. The Administration building will house offices for staff, visitor information and ticket area, restrooms, and classroom/large gathering space.
The Fresno Community Facilities Challenge, now in its 7th year, immerses students in direct, hands-on experience, supporting their career development. Read this story to learn about how the program creates pathways for Fresno students.
To RSVP and with any questions, please email Alice Rocha at email@example.com