Opportunity: Rose Fellowship Now Accepting Applications

The Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship, which places early-career architectural designers in community development centers is now accepting applications. I know the Enterprise Design Initiatives office which runs the fellowship well and I can’t speak more highly about the caliber of people involved in this program, and the level of thoughtfulness, intelligent thinking and care that goes into this program. Highly recommended for folks who care about real community change through design impact.

Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship – APPLICATIONS DUE JULY 10.

The Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship, an initiative of Enterprise Community Partners Inc., partners early-career architectural designers with local community development organizations, where they facilitate an inclusive approach to development to create green, sustainable, and affordable communities. As an integral staff member of the organization, the fellow will focus on advancing the organization’s practices in community engagement, sustainability and design excellence. Rose Fellows also gain a national network of colleagues who share their passion for public interest architecture and community development.

The Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship is actively seeking exceptional candidates through July 10, 2015. The four organizations hosting fellows in 2016-2018 are Capitol Hill Housing in Seattle, Denver Housing Authority in Denver, Hudson River Housing in Poughkeepsie, NY, and Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation in Porcupine, SD.

DEADLINE: July 10, 2014 at 11:59pm EST.
APPLY AT:
EnterpriseCommunity.org/designfellowship

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