Creating an impactful career in the field of architecture and design is not very simple, and who knows this better than Houzz? To reduce the load of the expenses from the deserving students, Houzz is announcing a valuable Houzz Scholarship Programs. All students 17 years of age or older at interior design, architecture, landscape architecture, architectural engineering schools, or skilled trade schools in the U.S. and Canada are welcome to apply for one of their five scholarships. These programs can prove to be a significant push towards the growth of the students. The requirements of the programs are simple so that all the students can apply to compete for these scholarships.
The Houzz scholarship program launched in 2006 supports the next generation of students studying architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, construction management, or skilled trades. Houzz understands that maintaining a good academic record along with dealing with financial anxiety is quite difficult for the students. The field of architecture and design needs a lot of hard work, and creatively students need to dedicate years of their lives in studying various aspects, and to make this Journey easy Houzz has initiated these scholarship programs. This program aims to expand the designing industry with a knowledgeable and professional architect and designer.
Adi and Alon are the founders of Houzz, after remodeling their home they started taking an interest in the field. Houzz is the place to browse and save beautiful home photos. A place to find the right design and construction professionals. And that place to connect with others who Have been there too. Houzz was started as a side project but has become a community of more than 49 million homeowners, home design enthusiasts, and home improvement professionals across the country and the world.
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|Educational Level||Undergraduate and Graduate|
|Subjects||Architecture and Design|
|Number of Awards||Five|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||March 31, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible?
The eligibility requirements for each scholarship program differs:
- The women in architecture, Residential Design, Sustainable Design, and Construction Management Scholarships are open to students currently enrolled in an undergraduate and graduate program.
- The Skilled Trades Residential Construction Scholarship is open to students enrolled in a certificate program or A.S. degree program applicable to ye residential construction industry.
How to Apply
Applicants need to complete the form or survey answering about their education, career, goals, and complete the other assignments. Candidates should make sure all the details they provide in the form is valid as invalid or inappropriate data will not be considered. Students should submit the completed form before the deadline. The firm does not accept late applications. All the required materials should be provided with concern.
- Complete application or survey.
- Essay as guided in your program application.
- Houzz profile link
One student will be selected per program (5 students). These students will be awarded the amount of $2500. These funds will be utilized to pay the educational expenses of the students; It relief all the educational stress of the students. Candidates can pay their tuition, fees, or other debts through these funds.
The last date to apply for these programs is March 31, 2021.