Scholarship + Internship
MOA ARCHITECTURE offers an annual architectural scholarship + paid summer internship award to students in accredited architectural programs. These awards are designed to support and provide opportunity to learn and gain practical experience in concert with the individual’s educational process to better prepare them for their chosen career in architecture. It is our intent that the internship opportunity challenges and rewards students, and further stimulates their interest in architecture.
2014 Kiyoshi Murata Scholarship Award + Summer Internship
Named in honor of founding principal Kiyoshi Murata, this $3,000 merit based private scholarship and paid summer internship (plus travel and living expense reimbursement) was established to recognize and reward entering fifth year and graduate level students in an accredited architectural program.
The submittal phase for the summer 2014 program is now closed. Please visit us again later this year when we will post the requirements for the summer 2015 program.
2013 Scholarship + Internship Winner | Mariah Trevizo
Our 2013 Scholarship + Internship Program Winner is Mariah Trevizo. Mariah has recently completed her 4th year as an undergraduate student at the University of Kansas in the MArch program. She will graduate in May of 2014 after spending her final year in Paris and completing an internship during the second semester.
“In the time I have been working as an intern at MOA Architecture I have been fortunate enough to be involved with all aspects of the design process. This Internship has truly been the best experience that any student could ask for. There are very few firms that will sit down and talk with you about what you actually want to get out of your time there and tailor your experience for that. In the short time I am here I am able to work on everything from model making, design and marketing work, and the CD and DD phase of a project. Overall, I couldn’t have asked to intern for a better firm in a city as great as Denver.”
2012 Scholarship + Internship Winner | David Caballero
David Caballero, Graduate student at Syracuse University and winner of our 2012 Scholarship + Internship Program had this to say:
“The summer internship at MOA has been a great learning experience. So few firms promise the intern a program of their choosing allowing the intern to grow and develop in areas that they are interested in. Even fewer firms fulfill these promises. If it is one thing I have learned at MOA is that their passion to deliver great Architecture is only equaled by their passion to educate and develop great Architects”.
2011 Scholarship + Internship Winner | Rachel Hicks
Rachel Hicks graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in 2012 and was the winner of MOA’s 2011 Scholarship + Internship Program.
During Rachel’s time at MOA she was exposed to many different facets of Architecture. She contributed in the design of a Schematic Narrative for the Casper College Music Building, assisted with design, client meetings, model-making, and construction documents. She was also able to refine her skills in Autodesk Revit, SketchUp, and creating renderings.
2010 Scholarship + Internship Winner | Tri Ly
Tri Ly graduated from the University of Houston in 2011 and winner of our 2010 Scholarship + Internship Program.
During the summer internship, Tri Ly greatly impacted our work while being involved with the design of the Davita World Headquarters. Tri was exposed to many facets of design including, model making, 3D computer models, sketches, and research. All of the work he produced helped MOA visualize to understand the building completely. Though his time here was short, his passion for design was apparent.
2009 Scholarship + Internship Winner | Kyungjae (Joanna) Blaich
Kyungjae Blaich, graduate student at the University of Colorado and winner of our summer 2009 Scholarship +Internship.
2008 Scholarship + Internship Winner | Stephen Seng
Stephen Seng, undergraduate student at Kansas State University and winner of our inaugural Kiyoshi Murata Scholarship +Internship.