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: 

  • Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Studio Art
  • Engineering
  •  Interior Design
  • a construction-related field or trade
  • Environmental science or similar field
  •  Land or community planning

 

Applications for the program are due Annually in April.

Please join us to celebrate the selected 2017 recipients who will be recognized
at the Annual Awards Evening on June 21, 2017 at the Derryfield in Manchester.

Dinner Registration/Info: http://bit.ly/PlanNHAwardsEvening

 2017 Plan NH Scholarship Application and Assessment Documents

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]