Earn a professional degree in architecture from a school with a program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB):
This scholarship is available to second, third and fourth year undergraduate students attending an accredited Bachelor of Architecture Degree program with first preference to students studying at a College or University within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Preference is given for graduates of the Selinsgrove Area School District, Snyder County or the Lewisburg Area School District, Union County, Pennsylvania.
Students may apply by visiting www.csgiving.org. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Kara Seesholtz at 570-752-3930 or
The NEPA Chapter of the AIA Scholarship Fund of The Luzerne Foundation, established and funded by members of the NEPA Chapter of American Institute of Architects ("AIA" is encouraging qualified candidates to apply for scholarship assistance.
Attached is the eligibility criteria and an application for the NEPA Chapter of the AIA Scholarship Fund of the Luzerne Foundation. The Scholarship does include geographic, academic, and related criteria. Please notify your student body of the scholarship’s availability so they may submit their application to the following address by July 8, 2013.
The Luzerne Foundation
140 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Luzerne, PA 18709
The Luzerne Foundation, a community foundation, administers a number of endowed scholarship funds that are established by people wanting to assist applicants serious about their long-term educational pursuit. We are privileged to serve the NEPA Chapter of American Institute of Architects.
If you have any questions regarding the criteria and procedures for the NEPA Chapter of the AIA Scholarship, please contact The Luzerne Foundation at 570.714.1570.
The Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association (MFMA) believes in building a better tomorrow through education and has established the MFMA Scholarship Program to support this goal. Jon Isaacs, MFMA President, explained, "the program was developed to encourage educational success in the fields related to our business. We appreciate and understand that it takes many trained professionals to make our industry run. The process of turning trees into high-end sportssurfaces encompasses numerous skilled hands. And once the sports floors areinstalled, even more trained professionals use the floors in their careers. We want to support all levels of this process in their educational and career goals."
MFMA is offering two annual scholarships in the amount of $1,000.00 each for secondary, advanced or trade school education beginning in the fall of 2013.
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AIAS/AIA Committee on the Environment is looking for a motivated student intern to assist in developing the "Cost of Next-Gen Green" report.
Enroll in and complete the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards’ Intern Development Program (IDP):
Understand the larger context for architecture education and the career pathways available to graduates:
Complete and pass all 7 divisions of the Architect Registration Examination (ARE):
Become licensed (registered) per the requirements of a local jurisdiction. For more information visit: