want to be a public interest architect? here’s one path

The new class of Enterprise Rose Fellowship opportunities was recently announced. Six exciting positions in Boston, Oakland, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Detroit, and Slayton, MN will offer early career public interest designers opportunities to accelerate a career path in design leadership and community engagement.

More information is below, and the detailed work plans are available on Enterprise’s website.

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Applications are now open for Rose Fellowships for 2015-2017. Apply by July 10th 2014!

Questions? Contact the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship office at (781) 235-2006 or rosefellowship@enterprisecommunity.org

The highly competitive Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship develops the next generation of leaders in community- based design. Rose Fellows take part in a unique three-year experience offering unparalleled learning and networking opportunities. As integral members of their host organizations’ staff, fellows gain practical experience in site acquisition, site planning, architectural design, developing financial pro-formas, applying for financing and obtaining public approvals. Fellows also typically help their hosts improve standards and practices for design excellence, sustainability and community engagement. Rose Fellows also gain a national support system of colleagues who share their passion for public interest architecture and community development.

As full-time employees of their host organizations, fellows earn an annual stipend plus the standard insurance and benefits package provided by their host organization. The stipend for fellowships beginning in 2015 is $50,000.

Timeline

May Fellowship opportunities posted
July 10 Fellowship application deadline 11:59 p.m. EST
September Finalists selected
October Interviews/Final decisions/Notifications
January 2015 2015-2017 Fellowships begin

 

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