Michael G. Meyers Design Competition

For more information about MGMC please contact
Brian Thompson, briant@kirksey.com

Houston, TX

MGMC Platinum Sponsor

MGMC Silver Sponsor

Clays for College Title Sponsor

Clays for College Gold Sponsorship

Golf Cart Sponsor

Clays for College Lunch Sponsor

Clays for College Beverage Sponsor




Join us on Thursday, January 26 for the 2nd Annual Clays for College shooting event, a fundraiser supporting the MGMC Scholarship Fund. What a fun way to help raise scholarship money for high school students as they prepare to become future Architects. This will be a day of support, competition, recreation, and fun.

From experts to newbies, participation is open to all.

10:30am                  Event registration
11:30am                  Lunch
12:45pm                  Safety Briefing
1pm                         Course tournament and Four Man Flurry
3:30pm                    Award Ceremony and Reception

Register as a team or individual here 
Deadline to register is Friday, January 21

  • Clays for College Team - $900 
    Team of four (4), signage at registration, lunch, golf cart, ammo
  • Individual Ticket - $300 
    Placed on a team of four (4), lunch, golf cart, ammo

Sponsor registration can be found here

  • Title Sponsor- $6,000 - SOLD
    Sponsorship recognition at award ceremony, event signage and t-shirt, and team of four (4) benefits
  • Gold Sponsor - $3,500 
    Sponsorship recognition on event signage and t-shirt, sponsor table under pavilion, and team of four (4) benefits
  • Golf Cart Sponsor - $4,000 - SOLD
    Company branded signage and team of four (4) benefits
  • Lunch Sponsor - $3,500 - SOLD
    Signage at lunch table and team of four (4) benefits
  • Beverage Sponsor - $2,500 - SOLD
    Signage at beverage station
  • Event Shirt Sponsor - $3,000
    Signage at registration



Michael G. Meyers Design & Scholarship Competition (MGMC) is an annual event sponsored by Architecture Center Houston Foundation and AIA Houston. This is an ideas competition for high school students, that emphasizes creative problem-solving. Students participate in a series of events, led by architects, such as learning basic architectural drawing skills, and how to understand clients' needs. Winning students receive scholarships to a university or college of their choice.

The program has awarded over $155,000.00 in scholarships over the years. And, many of the past participants have returned to support the program after graduating from college with architecture degrees.

Sponsorship opportunities available here.
Contact Terry Nesch at terry@tonerhomematters.com or Jennifer Ward, jennifer@aiahouston.org, with any questions.