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Scholarships and Bursaries 2024 Opportunities

November 2023

RAIC Foundation Announces the New


For Interns and young Architects

The David Thom Leadership Award was established in 2024 to recognize interns or young architects who have shown leadership and who have made significant contributions to the profession at an early stage in their architectural career.

Funded by a gift from IBI Group Management Partnership, the award is dedicated to the memory of David Thom, President of IBI Group. David Thomís contributions to city-shaping and architectural design were far reaching, as was his boundless passion for supporting and developing the next generation of talent in the architectural profession.

An award of $5000 will be made to one winner each year. The submission deadline is 26 April 2024.

For more information see the Call for Submissions on the RAIC Website

The RAIC Foundation is pleased to announce the call for submissions for its 2024 Scholarships and Bursaries

To learn more about each opportunity, and review eligibility and submission requirements, please go to the RAIC Scholarships and Bursaries webpage, and see the following:

For students:

For Interns/ Intern Architects/ Architects:

Deadline for the Canada Green Building Council Scholarship for Sustainable Design and Research, the RAIC Foundation Bursary and the College of Fellows Centennial Fund for Interns/Intern Architects is February 26, 2024.

Deadline for the Vince Catalli Scholarship in Sustainable Design Innovation, The Arts and Letters Club of Toronto Foundationís Award for Architectural Conservation and the Kiyoshi Matsuzaki Scholarship is April 26, 2024.

* Submissions for these awards are limited to one or two for each accredited school. Schools will select student(s) to apply.

The RAIC Foundation and its Mission

The Foundation was established in 1964 and is governed by a Board of Trustees. It is committed to advancing excellence and knowledge in Canadian architecture by supporting initiatives and programs that ensure a vibrant place for architecture in Canadian society, the advancement of excellence in architecture, and a strong architectural profession throughout Canada.

The Foundationís objectives include: supporting students and interns in their architectural programs; promoting public discussion of architectural ideas affecting society; and supporting scholars in advanced research relating to community and the built environment.

For more information:
Jim Taggart, FRAIC
Executive Director, RAIC Foundation

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