2018-2020 Class of Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellows visit the Punto Urban Arts Museum in Salem, MA in February. (L-R) Dawn Hicks, Nicholas Forest, Jason Minter and Seema Kairam.

Applications for the 2018-2020 Rose Fellowship have closed.

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  • Applicants must have an accredited architecture degree in order to be considered for the fellowship:
    • NAAB-Accredited Professional Architecture degrees (B.Arch, M.Arch) is required for the [bc] position
    • LAAB-Accredited Professional Landscape Architecture degrees (B.La, M.La) are not eligible for the [bc] position. It is likely that future positions will be available to landscape architects.
  • Applicants must be eligible to work in the U.S. for the entire fellowship period

Selection Criteria

  • Architectural, academic and community experience
  • Essays and response to work plan
  • Design portfolio
  • References
  • Participation at Finalist Summit
  • In-person Interview

2018-2020 Selection Schedule

  • December 10: Application Deadline
  • Late December: In-person interviews on-site in Houston
  • Jan/Feb 2018: Fellowship begins

The buildingcommunityWORKSHOP [bc] joined the following host organizations for 2018-2020 fellowships

[bc] is a Texas-based nonprofit community design center seeking to improve the livability and viability of communities through the practice of thoughtful design and making. [bc] sought an Enterprise Rose Architectural fellow to partner and leverage resources of partner organizations. This role will bring together bodies of work from [bc] and Enterprise, centered around disaster recovery efforts as a response to Hurricane Harvey in Texas. 

Houston Workplan buildingcommunityWORKSHOP
The fellow will address the complexities of disaster relief and recovery in Texas and along the Gulf Coast, working with [bc] and other partners to develop and implement its RAPIDO program.  

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2017-atlanta-rosefellows.jpg Quest Community Development Organization
The fellow at Quest Community Development Organization will engage in a variety of affordable development projects, particularly in the pre-development stage, and design sustainable single family housing.

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2017-greenriver-rosefellows.jpg Epicenter
Green River, UT
The fellow at Epicenter will join a small team dedicated to the organization's long-term goals to nurture local participation in improving the town, expanding options for rental housing, and advancing the design of new rural housing typologies.

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2017-losangeles-rosefellows.jpg Venice Community Housing
Los Angeles
The fellow with Venice Community Housing will work as a community engaged designer while serving as a key member of the housing development, property management, resident services, and advocacy teams.

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2017-national-rose-fellows.jpg The Trust for Public Land
The fellow at TPL will work on parks and open space initiatives at a national scale while diving deeper on executing pilot projects in two cities, St. Paul, Minn. and Cleveland.

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For questions or for information on future fellowship opportunities, contact the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship office at 781.235.2006 or rosefellowship@enterprisecommunity.org.