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2024 IIDA Campus Center Awards
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2024 IIDA Campus Center Awards
Recognizes outstanding achievement by an IIDA Campus Center through the development of superior programming that enhances the interior design profession at the student and local levels.
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Important Dates
Applications for the IIDA Campus Center Awards open annually.
Submission Open
Jan 15, 2024
Submission Closed
Feb 29, 2024
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There is no fee to apply for the IIDA Campus Center Award

Competition Guidelines
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How to Apply

The IIDA Campus Center Award is your chapter’s crowning achievement of the past year. What project left the biggest impact on your local design community?

Tell us. Or better yet, show us. The project of excellence submitted must have been completed during the 2023 calendar year.

Why Should You Enter Your Campus Center?

Be recognized by your peers and members as a campus center of excellence.

Be featured in the next issue of QUAD and on IIDA.org for your accomplishments.
Have the chance to win the $1,000 prize for Campus Center of the Year.

Submissions:

Applicants must prepare and submit one (1) PowerPoint/Prezi presentation (8-12 slides):

One (1) PowerPoint/Prezi presentation (8-12 slides)

A written statement, up to 500 words, or one (1) 3-4 minute video statement uploaded to YouTube,* describing the program, CEU, project, or event that best exemplifies why your campus center has achieved the most impactful project in 2023.
A one (1)-sentence blurb that best encapsulates all you’ve done to be a Changemaker in 2023.
*If uploading a YouTube video, make sure to change your video’s privacy settings to “Unlisted.”

The submission should address the following:

Mission: What was the mission of your program, event, or resource and how did that project impact the local design community and your members?

Planning and Goals: Was there a clear business plan or plan of action for the program? What were the learning objectives, volunteer roles, and timeline? How did you measure the success and impact of your program
Marketing and Communications: How was the program promoted? What graphics and media channels did you use? Who was your target audience? How did you reach audiences you have typically not engaged?
Membership: How was the program attended or engaged with by members? Was it well received? Did it help members be better designers, volunteers, or community leaders?
Financials: What was the project’s budget, actual cost, expenses, sponsorships, and final profit?
Changemaker: Were there any specific volunteers or leaders who led this changemaker effort and deserve an extra bit of recognition?

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