IIDA NY encourages students to enter the annual Student Design Awards Program which awards up to five $3,000 awards and up to five $1,000 awards in interior design (at the Jury’s discretion) plus ten one-year IIDA Student Memberships to award recipients.
IIDA NY Student Design Awards Program
IIDA Career Bootcamp helps jump-start the careers of students and recent graduates by equipping them with the tools and resources to land a job in the Interior Design industry.
The IIDA Foundation is a not-for-profit (501c3), philanthropic organization whose primary mission is to advance interior design through education, research, and knowledge to benefit IIDA and the interior design profession. IIDA Foundation scholarships include the Al Gore Lucas Memorial Fund, the Kimball Office Scholarship Fund, and the Lloy Hack Memorial Fund.
IIDA invites students to participate in the Annual Student Mentoring Week. Student Members of IIDA will be matched up to network with a member of the interior design industry by spending the day in their area of design practice. Students will experience first-hand the work done to create a safe, dependable, and adaptable built environment.
Industry professionals — architects, interior designers, engineers, construction managers, college and university representatives, and other professionals from related corporations and professional organizations — volunteer to become mentors to high school students in order to introduce them to the professions and encourage them to pursue studies and careers in these fields.
The Council for Interior Design Accreditation is an independent, non-profit accrediting organization for interior design education programs at colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.
IIDA NY is proud to be a sponsor of the New York Eleven Plus Student Exhibition. New York Eleven Plus is a collaboration of all the prestigious New York State educational institutions offering four-year programs in interior design. Each year the exhibition showcases the projects and accomplishements of their students.