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Get $500 towards your NCIDQ exam!

Published by Patrick Voisin, August 15, 2017.

The Wayne Thomson Bursary was created in 2016 by IDC and John Donat in memory of the late Wayne Thomson, a prominent Ontario interior designer. The bursary is awarded annually to one or more candidates to assist with the cost of the NCIDQ exam.

After Wayne’s death, his partner John Donat graciously donated $10,000 to start the bursary fund and through the donations of family, friends and IDC members, the bursary has been established to help emerging professionals reach their goal of becoming registered interior designers.

Entrants must complete the application form and answer questions about the importance of professional membership and earning the NCIDQ certification.

Applications for the Wayne Thomson Bursary are open! Apply here.

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