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Scholarships

Chairperson: Joseph E. David, AIA
alnnj.applications@gmail.com

Scholarship Committee:  Joseph E. David (Chair), Christopher Brand, Cecilia Cano, Steven B. Lazarus, Bryan Pennington

High School Seniors

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HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR ARCHITECTURAL SCHOLARSHIP:
One scholarship of up to $2,000 may be awarded.  Eligibility:  High School Seniors who live or attend high school in our geographic territory (Bergen, Hudson, Passaic & Sussex Counties) and have been accepted to an NAAB Accredited Architecture Program at a college in the United States or U.S. Territory.  Not sure your architecture school is accredited? Go to NAAB.org to find out.

You can submit your application online OR by mail. Applications submitted partially online and partially by mail will not be accepted. Online applications will remain editable until the submission deadline. Mailed applications must meet the postmark deadline as indicated on the printed forms. All applications require the following: contact information, resume, transcript, essay, two recommendation letters and five examples of your work.

2020 ALNNJ Scholarship High School Application Form – Link to ONLINE application

2020 ALNNJ Scholarship High School Application Form – Link to forms sent by mail

Please read these documents for complete eligibility requirements.  Complete and include the Scholarship Application with your submission.  Deadline for submission:  May 5, 2020 at 5PM.

College Students

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ARCHITECTURAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR UNDERGRADUATE/GRADUATE COLLEGE STUDENTS:
The total awards money for the architectural scholarships for college students is $6,000 maximum. All awards are given at the committee’s discretion and amounts can vary. A check is mailed to the winner’s school. Therefore, only returning students of accredited Architecture Schools are eligible. Not sure your architecture school is accredited? Go to NAAB.org to find out.

You can submit your application online OR by mail. Applications submitted partially online and partially by mail will not be accepted. Online applications will remain editable until the submission deadline. Mailed applications must meet the postmark deadline as indicated on the printed forms. All applications require the following: contact information, resume, transcript, essay, two recommendation letters and design portfolio.

2020 ALNNJ Scholarship College Student Application Form – Link to ONLINE application

2020 ALNNJ Scholarship College Student Application Form – Link to forms sent by mail

Please read these documents for complete eligibility requirements.  Complete and include the Scholarship Application with your submission.  Deadline for submission:  May 5, 2020 at 5PM.

The Architects League College Scholarships include:

Clarence Tabor Memorial Scholarship Award
Given to undergraduate students entering their fifth and final year of their undergraduate architectural program, and is based on scholastic excellence, attitude toward the profession, probable success as an architect, and need for financial assistance.

Albert O. Halse Memorial Award
Given to undergraduate students for excellence in architectural delineation and/or architectural models.

Architects League Scholastic Achievement Award
Given to undergraduate & graduate students for scholastic excellence in architectural design.

For biographical information on Clarence Tabor and Albert Halse, click here.

Submissions due on Tuesday May 5, 2020 at 5PM

Please submit all questions about the ALNNJ Scholarship program and eligibility requirements to Joseph E. David, AIA – alnnj.applications@gmail.com

See applications for additional information and requirements

High School Applicants must reside or attend high school in the geographic territory of the AIA/Architects League of Northern New Jersey.  College Students must have a permanent residence in the geographic territory of the AIA/Architects League of Northern New Jersey. The Architects League territory includes:  Bergen County, Hudson County, Passaic County and Sussex County in New Jersey.

If you live outside of these counties, but are a New Jersey resident and would like to apply for other AIA scholarships please visit to AIA-NJ.org  or AIA.org for more information.


Architects Foundation Diversity Advancement Scholarship

Diversity creates innovation, and different perspectives make for a stronger profession and a better world. Yet, industry data show that minorities are still underrepresented in the architecture profession. The Architects Foundation created the Diversity Advancement Scholarship to help address this gap and give more students the chance to pursue a successful architecture career.


ALNNJ SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

2019 Scholarship Winners
2018 Scholarship Winners
2017 Scholarship Winners
2016 Scholarship Winners
2015 Scholarship Winners

2014 Scholarship Winners


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:  Find out how you can support the ALNNJ Scholarships by participating in our annual ALNNJ Golf Outing.


AIA Diversity Statement:  “Diversity is a cultural ethos embraced by AIA membership to foster inclusion, service and a quality of life in celebration of all communities in our society.  This is regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, physical ability, sexual orientation or identity, age, geography, intellectual or practice area.”