Students, Don’t Miss Your Chance to Win $10,000

2017/05/15

The end of the semester is here, and whether you’re spending your summer at home, interning, or on vacation, take a few minutes to repurpose your projects for a chance to win $10,000 with a Vectorworks Design Scholarship. Closing July 15, all you need to do to be in the running for the scholarship is submit your stellar project and answer just three questions in 150 words or less each.

Need a little inspiration to get your submission started? Scroll on to get a peek at previous entries and advice from past winners.

Carrie Submission

A dark lighting design by Wes Calkin for “Carrie: The Musical” at the University of Cincinnati won in 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

dudak

Philadephia University student Stephanie Dudak’s design for the Barbadoes Island Norristown, PA Dragon Boat Training Facility won in 2015 .

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This “socially seductive and environmentally productive” design, titled BIGnature, by Natasha Polozenko from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, was recognized in 2015.

Benno Submission

 

 

Still on the fence? Take some advice from Benno Schmitz, a Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin student and our 2015 grand prize winner for his project, The Museum of Contemporary Arts in Bonn: “Stop dreaming and just do it!”

 

 

 

 

And, if you need some help answering the three questions, follow the tips of recent University of Pennsylvania graduate Diego Bermudez, grand prize winner of our 2014 scholarship, for his project, Circasia: Engaging the Creeks.

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“The most important thing that I conveyed is the impact that my project would have on the community in Circasia,” said Bermudez. “Precisely detailing how my project could improve the ecology of the creeks and the quality of life for the townspeople is what I think gave my submission an edge.”

 

 

So, before you put last semester behind you, revisit your past projects and submit them to win a Vectorworks Design Scholarship, here. After all, there’s no time like the present to work on your future.

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