The Scholarship And Fellowship Program
Plan NH’s Scholarship and Fellowship Program recognizes and honors outstanding students who call New Hampshire home and who are studying a field that supports our mission. This may include, but not necessarily be limited to:
- Landscape Architecture
- Studio Art
- Interior Design
- a construction-related field or trade
- Environmental science or similar field
- Land or community planning
In partnership with the NH Charitable Foundation, Plan NH finances these scholarships and fellowships from NH-based funds that were created for the purpose of encouraging and supporting students interested in some aspect of the built environment and its impact on the social, economic, and/or environmental capital of a community. Go here for more information about these funds: Plan NH Scholarship and Fellowship program funding sources 2016
Congratulations to the 2016 recipients of a Plan NH Scholarship or Fellowship Award, who together received over $32,000 in funding:
- Timothy Allen, of Chocorua, studying Architecture at Roger Williams
- Stefan Burnett, of Derry, studying Architecture at Wentworth Institute of Technology
- Reed Dooan, of Deerfield, who completed the Architectural Engineering program at NHTI and is entering the Architecture Program at Arizona State University this fall
- Laura Getts, of Thornton, in a Masters program at Plymouth State for Environmental Science and Policy
- Carolyn Greenough, of Rumney, also in the Masters Program for Environmental Science and Policy at Plymouth State
- Steve Hebsch, Jr., of Candia, studying for a Masters in Architecture at the Boston Architectural College.
- Billy Kitchens, of Concord, a Civil Engineering student at UNH with a concentration in environmental science
- Matthew Latorella, of Louden, studying Digital Design and Visualization at the BAC.
- Olivia Mobayed, of New Ipswich, who will be starting a Masters Program this fall at University of Pennsylvania with a focus on Sustainable Transportation
- Lizzie Tague, of Greenland, studying Environmental Engineering at Northern Arizona University.
Please do not hesitate to contact Plan NH with any questions or comments:
603-452-(PLAN) 452-7526 OR [email protected]