Enrichment students at Duval Charter School at Westside learned about what it takes to be an architect such as designing, planning, and overseeing the construction of buildings. They discussed how architecture is both an art and a science and that architects must use creativity in order to design structures. They also discussed engineers and how they use both math and science to come up with solutions to potential problems that may arise when constructing a building. The students were able to have an engineering experience as they worked against gravity in order to design and create a building that could stand without any assistance by only using mini-marshmallows and toothpicks. The students played the role of an architect when they drew a plan before construction. They had a great time and came up with some interesting structures!