Enterprise Foundation Architectual Fellowship

Posted on February 28, 2003

Proposals for the Frederick P. Rose Architectural Fellowship, sponsored by the Enterprise Foundation, which creates partnerships between new architects and community-based groups. The fellowship is designed to promote architectural and community design in low-income communities. Architects receive an annual stipend for $40,000 for three years to work with a local community-development corporation, community-based organization, or tribally designated housing entity. Architects and organizations must develop a joint proposal before applying. Additional information is available on the foundation’s Web site.

Who may apply:
architects working with a community-development corporation, a community-based group classified as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or a tribally designated housing entity. The partner organization must be a member of the Enterprise Foundation Network. Contact: Enterprise Foundation, 10277 Wincopin Circle, Suite 500, Columbia, MD 21044-3400; (410)772-2436; fax: (410)964-1918; http://www.enterprisefoundation.org/rosefellowship

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