Are you a student looking for some financial assistance? Or do you work with students whose designs deserve recognition? The second annual Vectorworks Design Scholarship program is here to help!
The submission process is simple. Students from all over the world and across all design disciplines submit their best individual or group project, which may include work completed for a class assignment. Then, they answer three questions, each in 150 words or less, by August 31, 2015, for a chance to win up to $10,000. We'll announce the winners on October 15, 2015.
“Today’s students are tomorrow's visionaries, solving all types of design challenges that the Vectorworks Design Scholarship program lets us celebrate,” said Stewart Rom, chief marketing officer at Nemetschek Vectorworks. “We established this program to support their academic dreams by offering financial assistance, and we can't wait to see the inspiring work that students submit this year!”
Regional winners will receive $3,000 and advance to compete for The Richard Diehl Award and an additional $7,000, named in honor of our company's founder and chairman. Additionally, winners' schools will receive free Vectorworks design software, as well as free in-person or virtual training for faculty and students.
Get inspired by last year’s top winning project from University of Pennsylvania graduate student Diego Bermudez, who wowed judges with his submission, "Circasia: Engaging the Creeks," as well as other winners. Encourage students you know to apply for their shot at $10,000.
Email us with any questions and follow @Vectorworks and #FundMyVision for program updates and submission tips.