Applications for the 2018-2020 Rose Fellowship have closed.
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- For information on future fellowship opportunities, contact the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship office at 781.235.2006 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 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
- Architectural, academic and community experience
- Essays and response to work plan
- Design portfolio
- 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.
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.
|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.
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.
|Venice Community Housing
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.
|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.
For questions or for information on future fellowship opportunities, contact the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship office at 781.235.2006 or email@example.com.