The Ehrlich Rominger Scholarship Fund was established by Mr. Joseph Ehrlich and Mr. Jack Rominger to assist with the education of future architectural professionals. In order to be eligible to apply for the AIA Silicon Valley Ehrlich Rominger Scholarship, applicants must: be enrolled in a college or university program, leading to a degree in architecture; and be a current resident of Santa Clara County and legal resident of the United States.
The future of the architectural profession resides with the next generation of architects. The AIA Silicon Valley Scholarship program has numerous scholarships available for students who meet legal residence requirements and are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program leading to a career in architecture. The scholarship committee, board of directors, and members at large feel a student's decision to study architecture should be determined by talent and perseverance and not limited by financial status.