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grant opportunity for architecture education. more here:American Architectural Foundation

jane jacobs fellowship which has been well circulated but still...Jane Jacobs Fellowship opportunity in New Orleans:

Inaugural fellowship will place a young architect within a non-profit agency to assist community residents. The Center for the Living City at Purchase College, in collaboration with ACORN Housing Corporation, Deutsche Bank, Pratt Institute Center for Community and Economic Development, Pratt Institute School of Architecture and The Center for Architecture Foundation, is seeking applicants for a one-year architectural fellowship in New Orleans. The fellowship is the first in an ongoing Jane Jacobs Fellowship Program of the Center. Fellowships will be created for individuals to engage city building processes of critical importance in maintaining or regaining the strength of cities. Fellowships will occur across disciplines and will address the complex, interconnected problems facing cities around the world. Established in 2005 in collaboration with the late Jane Jacobs, the Center for the Living City develops symposia, exhibitions, training programs, fellowships, internships, workshops and publications that approach city building issues using thoughtful, collaborative, participatory and transdisciplinary processes. Interested applicants must be graduates of an accredited architecture program and possess at minimum a professional degree in Architecture.If not already a resident, the successful applicant will need to relocate to New Orleans for a minimum of one year and be prepared to begin the fellowship within 30 days of selection.

The fellowship provides a salary of $40,000, plus benefits. Applications are due November 13, 2006. For further information and to request an application, please send an e-mail to Stephen Goldsmith at stgoldsmith@gmail.com.


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