Can anyone apply for this scholarship?


Applicants must either have a permanent address or be attending a school in our section boundaries. You can reference the map above to see the boundaries. Generally, our section is in the following counties: South San Mateo County South Alameda County Santa Clara County Santa Cruz County San Benito County If you have any questions regarding your eligibility, please email us at swescv.scholarships@gmail.com and include your zip code.​ Applicants must be attending school full time.




Do I need to be a member of SWE to be eligible for SWE-SCV scholarships?


No, you do not have to be a member of SWE to be eligible for SWE-SCV scholarships. We recommend our college applicants join SWE (https://swe.org/membership/) and high school applicants join SWENext (https://swe.org/k-12-outreach/youth-programs/).




What is the criteria for college enrollment?


Students should be enrolled at a university full time and pursuing an accredited engineering program (ABET or CSAB). Once awarded a scholarship, each recipient will be required to submit a verification of enrollment document from the bursar's office (on the institution’s letterhead) to SWE-SCV containing the following information: Current engineering and/or computer science program of study Semester/quarter enrolled Number of credits you are taking Current classes you are taking Once proof is received and accepted, the scholarship will be paid directly to the college/university's bursar's office.




Are need-based scholarships available?


We offer both merit-based and need-based scholarships.




What information should I have prepared before going through the submission process?


As part of the application, we will ask you to provide: A current transcript Unofficial report of standardized test scores Employment history Activities Honors and awards One essay plus an optional needs based information Two letters of recommendation Essay addressing provided prompt




Do I have to finish the application in one session?


The JotForm application needs to be completed in one session. Please be sure to have all your files ready.




What is the SWE mailing address for any items that can't be sent digitally?


Please send all files digitally through the JotForm application whose link is found at Scholarship Application. If you have some difficulty sending these files digitally, you can send a hard copy to SWE Santa Clara Valley's address below, though it's not preferred. All items should be post marked by the deadline. ALSO send an email to swescv.scholarships@gmail.com so we can look for it. SWE Santa Clara Valley Section – Scholarships PO Box 61333 Sunnyvale, CA 94088-1333




My question isn't answered here?


Reach out to our Scholarship Chair at swescv.scholarships@gmail.com





Kingdom of Netherlands Embassy office 

Service - Preliminary, Main and Detailed Design of interior space, Interior Design, Tendering, Supervision

Status - completed

Appointment - 2016

Completed - 2018

Location - Zagreb

Gross area - 310m2

Client - Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Kingdom of the Netherlands

Author - Gorana Giljanović, Eugen Popović

Company - GEplus arhitekti

Project team - Gorana Giljanović, Eugen Popović, Lea Kovač, Danijela Orašćanin XU

HVAC/WSS Engineer - Perpetuo projekt

Electrical Engineer - King ICT

Lighting Engineer - Ortoforma

Safety at work/Fire protection Engineer - Inspekting

Photocredits - Robert Leš

Tendering - GEplus arhitekti

Contractor - KPZ Zagreb / CTBA

Supervision - GEplus arhitekti / PMC

                        

Project description


Dutch Embassy central office space in Zagreb is characterized by openness and neutrality in accordance with its diplomatic function, but also by recognizable Dutch identity. Center of the interior is designed as a uniformed wall surface which like a multi functional 'spine' extends through the space. Elegantly designed with unobtrusive wooden lining, it serves as a guide throughout the office. From it, the floor area is stretched out in the form of a carpet that stands out as the main accent of the space. Modular carpet interprets the colors of the Dutch landscape, presenting its elements in shades of blue, brown and green. The color 'game' begins at the wooden 'spine' and disappears to the glass partitions without compromising attractive views to the Cathedral.





Dutch Embassy central office space in Zagreb is characterized by openness and neutrality in accordance with its diplomatic function, but also by recognizable Dutch identity.

Center of the interior is designed as a uniformed wall surface which like a multi functional 'spine' extends through the space. Elegantly designed with unobtrusive wooden lining, it serves as a guide throughout the office. From it, the floor area is stretched out in the form of a carpet that stands out as the main accent of the space. Modular carpet interprets the colors of the Dutch landscape, presenting its elements in shades of blue, brown and green. The color 'game' begins at the wooden 'spine' and disappears to the glass partitions without compromising attractive views to the Cathedral.

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