- Renewable: Unknown
- Number of Awards: 2
- Award Amount: $5,000
- Website: www,aiasiliconvalley.org
- Phone: 408 298-0611
- Fax: 408 298-0619
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: 325 S. First St., Suite 100 San Jose, CA 95113
The Ehrlich Rominger Scholarship Fund was created by Mr. Joseph Ehrlich and Mr. Jack Rominger.
Their mission was to assist future architectural professionals by awarding the financial aid.
Up to now, the organization has given close to 500 scholarships which is around $2 million.
Ehrlich Rominger Scholarship is designed only for Santa Clara County residents whose aim is to achieve high education and get a degree in architecture.
This is a merit-based scholarship, meaning that your submitted portfolio and materials will show your abilities and can make you a finalist.
If you send an incomplete applications, it will not be considered.
The organization holds the Scholarship Award Celebration in May and all scholarship recipients should attend this event.
The eligibility requirements for this scholarship are not so strict and there are not many.
Actually, you will have to be currently enrolled in a college or university program related to architecture and be the resident of Santa Clara County and legal resident of the United States so as to be able to apply and possibly get the award.
How to Apply
The only way of applying is finding the application form on the official website, fill it out and add other necessary documents which must be submitted before the deadline.
Pay special attention, as scholarship deadlines and requirements might vary each year.
Complete applications have to include your portfolio which will demonstrate your design abilities so you should provide PowerPoint slides with maximum file size 24MB.
This should represent the development of your design work.
Furthermore, you have to submit a written statement of personal goals related to architecture, two letters of recommendation from professors and professional architects and a proof of enrollment in an institution which will provide you with a degree in Architecture.
From April 8-19th, all the submitted applications are reviewed and incomplete applications are rejected.
If you are lucky enough to become a finalist, you will have to be available for a live 30-minute interview, which is usually scheduled between April 22 and May 3rd.
The receivers will be announced after interviews and be notified by May 6.