2019 Scholarship Award
Explore Educational Facility Design
- Facilities impact the learning, development and behavior of the facility user
- The planning process is essential for quality facilities
- Sharing and networking improves the planning process
- There is a standard by which to measure
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The North Carolina Chapter of the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE-NC) sponsors a competitive scholarship
program to provide financial support for students currently enrolled in a North Carolina undergraduate or post‐graduate
program related to planning, design and construction of schools (such as Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Project
Management, or Construction Management).
A4LE-NC is a professional organization of individuals, institutions, and corporations in North Carolina who are actively involved
in planning, designing, building, and equipping schools. A4LE‐NC offers information, training, and networking opportunities to assist our members in becoming better planners, resulting in schools that better serve students and their
teachers. A4LE‐NC is here to foster and promote best practices in planning school facilities.
Each academic year, up to five students in North Carolina colleges or universities will be selected as the recipients of a
$2,000 A4LE North Carolina Scholarship Award.
- Scholarship candidates must be currently enrolled in a bachelor program or accepted/enrolled in a post‐graduate degree
program at an accredited post‐secondary institution in North Carolina.
- Scholarship candidates must be nominated in writing by a A4LE‐NC member, or by a professor or university staff member
who is familiar with his/her work and will attest that the candidate meets the eligibility requirements.
- Scholarship candidates must complete/submit all required nomination, application, and achievement forms by email
prior to the deadline.
- Scholarship candidates must submit evidence of enrollment at a North Carolina college or accredited post‐secondary institution, for a term of study beyond Spring 2019.
- Scholarship candidates must show evidence of intent to major in a field of study related to educational facility planning
and/or design, such as Architecture, Project Management, or Construction Management.
Application Deadline: Friday, March 15, 2019
Submit a completed Scholarship Application
, emailed by March 15, 2019 to:
Nathan Maune, AIA
A4LE‐NC 2019 Scholarship Committee
For questions contact Nathan Maune at email@example.com