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Issue 3: Education for Community Building

Resources for Community Designers

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Organizations for Architects and Planners

American Architectural Foundation (AAF)

www.archfoundation.org

American Institute of Architects (AIA)

www.aia.org

American Institute of Architectural Students (AIAS)

www.aiasnatl.org

Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)

www.acsa-arch.org

Association for Community Design (ACD)

www.communitydesign.org

Graham Foundation

www.grahamfoundation.org

Fellowships & Service Opportunities

AmeriCorps

www.americorps.org

"Domestic Peace Corps" that engages more than 50,000 Americans annually in intensive, results-driven service

Design Corps

www.designcorps.org

Provides students and professionals with information about opportunities to work with community-based organization

Detroit Community Design Center

www.arch.udmercy.edu

Offers two-year fellowship for professional degree holders to engage in community design work and teaching at the University of Detroit-Mercy

Intern Development Program / NCARB

www.ncarb.org/idp

Provides limited credit for community service, even if not conducted under a licensed architect

Loeb Fellowship in Advanced Environmental Design

www.gsd.harvard.edu/professional/loeb_fellowship

Welcomes proposals from accomplished mid-career professionals in the design, environmental, and related fields that benefit society at large

NEA / Graham Fellowship in Federal Service

www.nea.gov

A one-year, $40,000 position for young design professionals and recent graduates of professional design programs interested in national design policy and advocacy

Rose Fellowship in Community Design

www.enterprisefoundation.org

Up to three-year, $40,000 fellowships intended to foster lifelong leaders in public service and community development while completing the Intern Development Program

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