Interior Designers of Idaho was founded in 1990, to promote the highest level of professionalism. To provide educational programs addressing industry changes and information supporting the design professional. To educate the public regarding the value of contracting for professional Interior Design services. With the highest standard for education, we offer 2 scholarships to our members, to assist in their educational goals. This is our gift to those dedicated to pursuing higher education in Interior Design and NCIDQ licensing/certification.

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Purpose: To assist Allied Members with study materials OR course costs for the NCIDQ Prep Course.

Scholarship Amount: $150

Application Opens: October 1st

Application Due: November 1st

Scholarship Awarded: November 20th

Applicant Requirements:

  1. Current Allied Member status.

  2. Letter of intent on wy the applicant would like to take the NCIDQ Prep Course/Take the NCIDQ Exams and where they are in their studying process.

  3. Email 1 letter of recommendation from the applicants official NCIDQ Sponsor/Mentor (logged into the CIDQ website, where the applicant would apply to take the exams.)
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Purpose: To assist Student Members with educational expenses during their Junior year of college.

Scholarship Amount: Up to $1500

Application Opens: November 22nd

Application Due: January 10th

Scholarship Awarded: February 17th

Applicant Requirements:

  1. Current Student Member status.

  2. Currently enrolled as a full time student in an Interior Design program, at an Idaho college or university.

  3. Student must have completed their Sophomore year in a full time Interior Design program.

  4. Email (to a digital portfolio to include:

    o   A 200‐400 word cover letter explaining your long and short‐term goals, special interests, volunteer/community service, and what inspired you to pursue a professional career in Interior Design.

    o   Two different examples of your design work.

    o   An official or unofficial transcript, verifying your enrollment and GPA.

    o   A letter of recommendation from a professor or instructor on official University stationery.

    o   Self Portrait. (Photographs used will be for the presentation of the scholarship recipients and will not be used in the judging process.)