This prestigious, three-year fellowship is an incredible opportunity for anyone interested in community-based or public-interest design.
Anyone who has (or soon will have) an NAAB-accredited professional architectural degree can apply here.
Learn more about the application instructions and criteria here.
This year’s available projects and hosting organizations are:
Boston: Transit-oriented and community development along an urban rail corridor (Fairmount/Indigo Line Collaborative)
New York: Sustainable and resilient supportive housing in New York (CAMBA Housing Ventures)
Dillsburg, Penn.: Responsive, green senior housing that is leading innovation locally and nationally (Presbyterian Senior Living)
Cleveland: EcoDistrict planning and comprehensive neighborhood revitalization (Burten, Bell, Carr CDC & Detroit Shoreway CDO)
Chicago: Mixed use development with a focus on senior and supportive housing (Heartland Housing)
San Jose: Green affordable housing that raises the bar on design in Silicon Valley (First Community Housing)