TAG: Vectorworks Design Scholarship

Vectorworks accepting applications for design scholarship

July 17, 2019By

Vectorworks Inc. is inviting undergraduate students and recent college graduates to enter the Vectorworks Design Scholarship. Applicants that share their best work will have the opportunity to win up to $10,000, gain professional recognition and propel themselves into a bright future of design, the company says. Submissions are now open and due by Aug. 29, 2019. Click here to submit an application. read more

Vectorworks accepting applications for design scholarship

October 14, 2016By

Vectorworks kicked off its third annual Vectorworks Design Scholarship program. Current students and recent graduates from across design disciplines are invited to enter for the chance to win up to $10,000. Submissions are due July 15. “We greatly value the unique experiences and backgrounds of the next generation of designers,” said Alice Lowy, marketing director at Vectorworks. “With this in mind, we established... read more

64-bit Vectorworks 2015 to roll out Sept. 16

September 11, 2014By

Nemetschek Vectorworks CEO Sean Flaherty unveiled the software company is bulking up its product, releasing a 64-bit version of Vectorworks 2015 Sept. 16, when it’s available for download by Vectorworks Service Select customers. Vectorworks 2015 will be available for shipments Sept. 23. The product line—comprising Vectorworks Spotlight, Vectorworks Architect and Vectorworks Landmark, most commonly used by landscape designers—received more than 100... read more

Nemetschek Vectorworks offers Vectorworks Design Scholarship

May 7, 2014By

Nemetschek Vectorworks launched the Vectorworks Design Scholarship program, offering up to $10,000 in cash prizes, among other awards, to college students across all design disciplines. Students have until 11:59 p.m. EST July 30 to apply at www.vectorworks.net/scholarship. “Students represent the next generation of creative potential, so we launched this program to help them achieve their professional goals,” said CMO Stewart Rom. “The Vectorworks... read more