Our focus is YIP-Build and the National Park Service standards of rehabilitation and
Also, YIP-Build activities offer knowledge of basic construction and skills acquisition and summer-time learning and growth for youth.
Historic preservation services offer youth ops and experiential learning about heritage architecture and period styles.
(YIP) offers exposure of the trades&building industry and challenges of working outdoors during the many seasons of the year.
Service learning within historic neighborhoods is a value-added benefit and offers many rewards relating to career-pathing ops.
IRDMatrix organization welcomes volunteers-in-preservation, building and trades craftsmen and retirees as partners-in-partnership.
(VIP)s can make a difference by working with today's youth and emerging workforce in the areas of rehabilitation and standards.
IRDMatix seeks (VIP)s within the community and the community-at-large whom wish to make a difference and set worthy examples.
Arm-chair architects eager with personal enthusiasm of tearing-down and building-up and hands-on-dirt, please join-in.
Help us tell our story and submit a name of a youth with interest about preservation and service learning.
YIP-Build is a Paul L. Dunbar School Neighborhood Historic District Initiative. Read
more and click below at "link caption."
Specialization about the Secretary of Interior's Standards of Rehabilitation for Historic Properties, job training and skills acquisition and development.