Enterprise Foundation Architectual Fellowship
Posted by 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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