Twenty-five high school students got a jump start on college this summer at Marywood University’s annual ‘design your future’ pre-college event, an intensive two-week workshop for those interested in architecture or interior architecture. From left, first row, Stephen Garrison, assistant professor of interior architecture and design; Kyle Schultz, of Albertson, N.Y.; Emily Scholl, of Quakertown; Mackenzie Semken, of Dalton; Jenna Suchower, of Malvern; Justin Mantilla, of Blakeslee; Miles Bernstein, of Belmont, Calif.; Nautis Kenderdine, of Scranton; Marina Dodgson, of Olyphant; Malory Perry, of Drexel Hill; Kate O’Connor, assistant professor of architecture and director of the “design your future” workshop, and Briana Kuperavage, teaching assistant. Second row, Eamon Wrightstone, of Harrisburg; Johnathan Irizzary, of Pennsburg; Daniel Lopatka, of Dunmore; Sam Lee, of New Windsor, Md.; Isaac Nelson, of Scranton; Brendon McCormick, of Hamilton, N.J.; Gabriele Hanstein, of Scranton; Jesse Carr, of Chalfont; Leo Arreguin, of San Antonio, Texas and Ben Dealy, teaching assistant. Third row, Aaron Focht, of Coopersburg; Christian Harrington, of Drexel Hill; Brent McPherson, of Mount Airy, Md.; Ian Goodale, of Baldwinsville, N.Y.; Christopher Unis, of Mertztown and Michael Tempel, of Gettysburg.