For the past 10 years, the Cavin Family Traveling Fellowship has been awarded to recent architecture grads, so that they can have the opportunity to independently travel and study architecture abroad.
This year, the fellowship will award $12,000.00 for 10 weeks of travel and research, the theme of which is to be directed by the recipient.
The awarding of the fellowship is the result of a two-stage design competition held in March and is eligible for recent graduates (class of 2018) and early career professionals up to the age of 35 from the architecture programs of the University of Oregon and of Cal Poly Pomona.
In the past, about 35-40 people register but only 12 to 15 end up submitting projects for the competition, which means that your chances of becoming a finalist are much higher than that of other similar competitions and fellowships of this kind.
Please see our website for more info on eligibility and requirements!