The interior design program at Joliet Junior College was recognized by the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA).
JJC earned one of six Excellence in Education honors out of nearly 300 entries. This year’s assignment was to present a kitchen or bath design for a Habitat for Humanity home.
Each year JJC’s interior design program, which is accredited by the NKBA, submits two student samples for review by the association. This year’s projects were that of Jenny Weidenaar and Tyler Rodgers.
The two also submitted their work into NKBA’s separate Student Design Competition, along with other JJC students.
Entries for this competition are voluntary, and scored differently than the excellence submissions. NKBA scored Weidenaar and Tyler Rodgers at 94 and 96.5, respectively, out of 100.