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Applications for 2017-2019 Rose Fellowship opportunities will be announced in early May.

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The Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship develops the next generation of leaders in community-based design. 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. 

Eligibility

  • NAAB-Accredited Professional Architecture or LAAB-Accredited Professional Landscape Architecture Degree (B.Arch, M.Arch, D.Arch, BLA, or MLA) - - Landscape degrees only accepted for select positions
  • 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
  • In-person Interview

The 2016-2018 Host Organizations are:

Boston, MA

A Better City

The fellow will support A Better City and expand its capabilities in urban design through conceptual design of a case study site and through integrating creative placemaking and design excellence into its work.

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Want to know more about the Fellowship? Watch the recorded webinar which covers common questions about the fellowship experience.

A Better City will join these other host organizations:

Denver, CO

Denver Housing Authority

The fellow at DHA will work on community-based housing and district energy infrastructure as part of the HUD Choice Neighborhoods grant in Sun Valley.

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Denver, CO

New York City Housing Authority

The fellow will support NYCHA’s ambitious new strategic plan, developing guidelines, standards, and specifications to improve design throughout the agency’s vast, city-wide portfolio.

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Pine Ridge, SD

Thunder Valley CDC

The TVCDC fellow will have a unique opportunity to influence Lakota architecture, and help build a resilient and regenerative community on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

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Poughkeepsie, NY

Hudson River Housing

Together with MASS Design Group, the fellow at HRH will be engaged in exciting neighborhood revitalization through adaptive reuse, creative placemaking, and innovative service delivery.

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Seattle, WA

Capitol Hill Housing

The fellow at CHH will help lead the development of culturally-relevant projects and neighborhood planning within the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict.

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Questions? Contact the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship office at 781.235.2006 or rosefellowship@enterprisecommunity.org.