Local Students Receive AIA Scholarships to Get Degrees in Architecture

The AIA Southwest Washington Component selected two outstanding high school seniors to receive annual scholarships. Anna Guenther and Katrin Kreutz were each awarded a $1,500 scholarship towards their college tuition.

Anna Guenther is a graduate of Gig Harbor High School and will be attending California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California to pursue a degree in Architecture.

Katrin Kreutz is a graduate of W.F. West High School in Chehalis, Washington and will be attending the University of Idaho to pursue a degree in Architecture.

The AIA Southwest Washington Scholarship Program is open to any high school senior graduating from schools located in the Southwest Washington chapter’s six-county area. The recipient must also plan to attend a university with an accredited architectural degree program. It is funded, in part, through a matching grant from the AIA National Component. This year’s scholarship committee was chaired by Garner Miller, AIA with MSGS Architects.

Further information can be found at http://www.aiasww.org/.

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