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NAIT Technology Scholarships

Established in 2010, these scholarships are awarded annually as part of NAIT’s Architectural Technology, Interior Design Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, and Building Environmental Systems Technology programs. As part of DIALOG’s ongoing commitment to NAIT and its educational objectives, DIALOG is excited this year to be launching the first ever scholarship in Civil Engineering Technology as related to bridge and structural engineering. At the end of the school year, these scholarships will be awarded to students who most successfully complete one of the designated courses and deliver a formal presentation juried by NAIT program instructors in partnership with representatives from DIALOG.

The scholarships were founded in an effort to encourage students to take an active interest their chosen area of expertise and to encourage the development of public speaking and presentation skills.

The value of the each of the awards given is $2,000. The award funds will be distributed as determined by the jury and may be divided among contestants.

Application deadline

Anyone registered within the designated program courses is eligible for selection to present for the scholarship. Additional details will be conveyed as part of the course.

Who’s eligible

These scholarships are available for all projects submitted by second year students enrolled in one of the following courses: Architectural Technology, Interior Design Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Building Environmental Systems Technology.

Team participation is permitted.

How to apply

Course registration in the January – April designated course ensures your eligibility to participate.

For more information visit the NAIT Awards & Scholarships website at:
nait.ca/prospective/parents/awards-and-scholarships.htm

How is the winner selected

At the end of the course, individuals are identified based on academic achievement, to present their designs in a formal presentation juried by NAIT program instructors in partnership with representatives from DIALOG. The judging process does not form part of the course grade, though the instructor may elect to assess the performance of the students in the presentations.