Architecture Fellowship Improves Low-Income Communities

Nov 02, 2011 • Views 166

The Enterprise Rose Architecture Fellowship is a three-year program that provides early-career architects with an opportunity to receive rigorous training and experience in sustainable community design work.  Enterprise Rose Fellows apply their skills to create sustainable, affordable housing and new opportunities for low-income people in underserved communities.

Since it’s inception in 2000, the Enterprise Rose Architecture Fellowship has sponsored 35 architects who have assisted in the creation or preservation of over 7,000 sustainable, affordable homes and 43 much-needed community facilities for low-income people in underserved communities.

“The mission of the Rose Fellowship is to inspire and nurture a new generation of architects as lifelong leaders dedicated to creating sustainable communities for people at all income levels.”

The Enterprise Rose Architecture Fellowship pays an annual stipend of $47,500 and will begin accepting applications for 2013 fellowships this spring.