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Named by  Architectural Digest  as one of the Fellowship programs paving the way for the future of architecture, the program is open to students who will be entering their final year of study in September 2023 and provides an opportunity for Fellows to pursue a research topic of their choice along with an internship in Hart Howerton’s New York or San Francisco office. In past years, the research component provided an opportunity for Fellows to travel to locations worldwide and further explore their topic in the field. With increasing unrestricted travel in 2023, Hart Howerton remains committed to offering a rewarding program for 2023.

  • Round trip travel to SF or NY at start/end of the program
  • $6,000 to cover travel expenses during the 3-week travel period
  • $3,000 for housing assistance in New York or San Francisco during the 8-week Fellowship
  • $11,000 salary during the 11-week Fellowship

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Hart Howerton Fellowship

Open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture or urban design, Hart Howerton’s Fellowship program offers students the advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design and global travel and research.

Fellows receive a competitive salary during their internship and a generous stipend for housing assistance along with living and travel support.Students will receive a round trip travel to SF or NY at start/end of the program, $5,000 to cover travel expenses during the 3-week travel period, $2,500 for housing assistance in New York or San Francisco during the 8-week Fellowship, $10,000 salary during the 11-week Fellowship.

Eligibility: First-year Undergraduate (Freshman), Second-year Undergraduate (Sophomore), Third-year Undergraduate (Junior), Fourth-year Undergraduate (Senior), Graduate Student Minimum GPA: N/A Deadline month: January Program Website

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The global planning and design firm, Hart Howerton has named Zina Fraser (MLA ’23) to its Research & Travel Fellowship Program for 2022. Fraser’s proposal to investigate the broader implications of climate change adaptation will take her to Prince Edward Island, Canada, where she will examine the area’s changing landscape and mitigation strategies for rising sea levels.

“Year by year, the energy, enthusiasm and quality of research from each class of Hart Howerton Fellows has been extraordinary,” states Hart Howerton Chairman, David Howerton. “It is exciting to help foster this next generation of design thinking.”

The Hart Howerton Fellowship is open to planning, architecture, landscape architecture and urban design students who are entering their final year of study. The fellowship defines an 8-week professional internship, followed by the Fellow’s self-defined topic of travel study. View the 2022 Fellowship details .

Now in its sixteenth year, the Fellowships offer students an unparalleled learning experience, working as part of Hart Howerton’s project team in either their New York or San Francisco office and pursuing a self-defined research and travel topic. Fellows return to the offices after their travel to complete their professional internship and prepare a final “report,” which is presented to the firm.

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Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship

Since 2006, Hart Howerton has sponsored an educational initiative providing Fellowship positions, laying a foundation for the next generation of design thinking. Past recipients of the Fellowship have traveled to Europe and the United Kingdom, Thailand, China, Africa, and throughout the United States to study urban food networks, green roof applications, and coastal programming strategies, among other topics. As an example, Michael Murphy, founder of MASS Design Group , advanced his thinking about the role of design in Sub-Saharan health care programs as a Hart Howerton Fellow. Michael Murphy: Architecture that’s built to heal | TED Talk | TED.com

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Global design firm, Hart Howerton, is now accepting applications for its 2018 Travel Fellowship Program. Open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture or urban design, Hart Howerton’s Fellowship program offers students the advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design and global travel and research. Fellows receive a competitive salary during their internship and a generous stipend for housing assistance along with living and travel support.

Open to students who will be entering their final year in September 2018, the program provides an opportunity for Fellows to pursue a research topic of their choice along with an internship in Hart Howerton’s New York or San Francisco office.

By providing a unique opportunity for design students to enhance their education with hands-on experience both in the workplace and in the field, Fellows have graduated with the added advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design, and worldwide travel and research. Past research topics have included a diverse range of research topics such as urban food networks, green roof applications, and coastal resilience strategies, among others. Fellows have also gone on to pursue their research professionally and present their topics in public forums such as TED talks. (Michael Murphy: Architecture that's built to heal | TED Talk | TED.com).

Interested students can access the downloadable application on Hart Howerton’s website. The deadline to apply is January 26, 2018 and a short list of up to 10 students will be interviewed by telephone or in person before the final selection is complete. Awarded Fellows will be announced on March 12, 2018 and the program officially commences late May/early June, with completion prior to the start of their fall semester.

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The Department of Architecture is pleased to promote selected externally and internally sponsored fellowships available to undergraduate and graduate students in architecture. Note that this is not a comprehensive list. There are many grants and fellowships available worldwide, and students are encouraged to research further opportunities. Please refer to the fellowship websites and submission information packets for application requirements. If submission requirements are not available on fellowship websites, the department will send information to students directly.

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Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship

Award: $17,000

Due: January 15, 2024

Eligibility: Graduate and undergraduate architecture students in their penultimate year of study.

The Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Program is an educational initiative to fund a select number of fellowship positions for students at design schools. Each summer, the fellowship allows the firm to offer internships in their New York or San Francisco offices to students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, or interior design. The fellowship also provides funded travel for research on a topic the Fellow selects.

Submission Process: Submit all required materials directly through the website application. 

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John Belle Travel Fellowship

Award: $10,000

Due (Internal): January 31, 2024

Due (External): February 5, 2024

Eligibility: Graduate students in architecture who have completed at least one semester of study.

The purpose of the John Belle Travel Fellowship is to expand students' understanding of the public realm in existing cities through travel and research, and how the knowledge gained might be applied to contemporary urban needs and design challenges.

Submission Process: Submission requirements packet will be emailed directly to graduate architecture students. The AAP Competitions Committee will select a maximum of four (4) submissions to nominate for external review. Note the following deadline schedule:

January 31, 2024, 12 p.m.: Submit all required materials as outlined in the fellowship info packet via Airtable . Note: incomplete or incorrectly formatted materials will not be considered.

February 2, 2024: Applicants will be notified if their submission will be nominated, or if it should be revised and resubmitted with recommended changes. Nominations will be reviewed by the Department Chair.

  February 4, 2024, 12 p.m.: Submit revised materials (if applicable) via Airtable with the suffix "V2" on all files.

February 5, 2024: External deadline. Competitions Committee to submit nominated proposals.

Spring 2024:  Announcement of award.

Summer 2024:  Travel and research period.

RAMSA Travel Fellowship

Award: $15,000 and optional residency program

Due: March 27, 2024

Eligibility: Graduate students in architecture or a related discipline in their penultimate year of study.

The RAMSA Fellowship is a prize awarded annually by Robert A.M. Stern Architects for travel and research. The fellowship seeks to promote investigations into the perpetuation of tradition through invention — key to the firm's work — and is given to an individual who has proven insight and interest in the profession and its future, as well as the ability to carry forth in-depth research.

Submission Process: Submit all required materials directly through the website application.

KPF Travel Fellowship

Due (Internal): April 2024

Due (External): April 2024

*Note: Fellowship deadlines from KPF will be released in February 2024. Check back for updates.

Eligibility: Undergraduate or graduate students in architecture in their penultimate year of study.

The goal of the award is to allow students to broaden their education through a summer of travel and exploration before their final year at school. Recipients are awarded cash prizes to fund summer research on far-reaching topics that push the boundaries of critical thinking and architectural design, with winners determined by a jury of KPF Principals and industry leaders.

Submission Process:  The AAP Competitions Committee will select a maximum of two (2) submissions to nominate for external review. Note the following deadline schedule:

March 22, 2024: Submit all required materials as outlined in the fellowship info packet via Airtable . Note: incomplete or incorrectly formatted materials will not be considered.

March 29, 2024: Applicants will be notified if their submission will be nominated, or if it should be revised and resubmitted with recommended changes. Nominations will be reviewed by the Department Chair.

April 3, 2024: Submit revised materials (if applicable) via Airtable  with the suffix "V2" on all files.

April 8, 2024: External deadline. Competitions Committee to submit nominated proposals.

April 2024: Announcement of award.

Summer 2024: Travel and research period.

RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship

Award: £7,000

Due (Internal): Spring 2024

Due (External): Summer 2024

*Note: Fellowship deadlines from RIBA will be released in Spring 2024. Check back for updates.

Eligibility: Undergraduate or graduate students in architecture who have completed at least one year of study.

The RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship offers one scholarship to a student of architecture to support international research on a topic and at locations of their choice. The topic of the research should relate to the sustainable survival of cities and fall under one of the following themes:  learning from the past to inform the future;  the future of society; density of settlements; use of resources; quality of urban life; transport.

Submission Process: The AAP Competitions Committee will select a maximum of one (1) submission to nominate for external review. Note the following deadline schedule:

April 2024 (TBD): Submit all required materials as outlined in the fellowship info packet via Airtable. Note: incomplete or incorrectly formatted materials will not be considered.

April 2024 (TBD): Applicants will be notified if their submission will be nominated, or if it should be revised and resubmitted with recommended changes. Nominations will be reviewed by the Department Chair.

  April 2024 (TBD): Submit revised materials (if applicable) via Airtable  with the suffix "V2" on all files.

Summer 2024 (TBD): External deadline. Competitions Committee to submit nominated proposals.

Date TBD: Announcement of award.

Date TBD: Travel and research period.

Robert James Eidlitz Travel Fellowship

Award: Varies, typically up to $5,000

Due:  April 12, 2024

Eligibility: Graduating B.Arch. students; currently enrolled graduate students in architecture, landscape architecture, and history of architecture and urban development; alumni of these programs who have graduated in one of the previous five academic years.

The fellowship's purpose is to supplement the professional training — by foreign travel or in other ways — of those who could not otherwise afford it. The income of the fund may be awarded to one or more candidates. Award amounts will vary widely depending on the scope of the project proposed and the amount of support requested. Complete or partial funding may be awarded at the discretion of the committee.

Submission Process: Submit all materials via the portal on the department website . Note the following deadlines:

April 12, 2024, 12 p.m.: Deadline for receipt of completed applications.

May 2024: Applicants to be notified if awarded.

Thesis Research And Travel Funds

Award: Varies

Due:  May 13, 2024

Eligibility: M.Arch. students in their penultimate year of study.

The department offers a limited number of thesis research and travel funds to be used the summer before the thesis. These funds are typically limited in amount. Should these funds be available, the application will be sent to M.Arch. students in April 2024.

Submission Process: Pending availability, the M.Arch. Committee will award funding. Please note the following deadline schedule:

May 13, 2024: Submit all required materials as outlined in the fellowship info packet via Airtable . Note: incomplete or incorrectly formatted materials will not be considered.

May 2024: M.Arch. Committee to notify applicants if their submission will be awarded funding.

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Thomas A. Kligerman, a founding partner at architecture and interior design firm Ike Kligerman Barkley, has had a growing concern over the state of architecture. “There is a deep understanding of the digital and computer world but, it seems to us, very little grasp of even the most basic architectural history,” he told AD last year. The latter, according to Kligerman, is an essential part of a “truly collaborative and enriched conversation." As a fix, the firm launched a $12,000 annual fellowship for architecture students to experience history in person. This year, one fellow will research vernacular construction techniques in Oaxaca, while another will explore Rationalist and Neorationalist architecture in Italy and Switzerland.

At firms across the country, fellowships like these offer aspiring architects a breadth of opportunities to explore their creative and academic interests, both within the office and in the greater world. Many provide substantial financial support. But it’s not just prospective talent that benefits. Programs like these also bring new energy into the office, and serve as an investment in a new generation of outside-the-box thinkers. Below, we’ve gathered a handful of fellowships that range from hands-on mentorship to sponsored travel abroad—and look at where their graduates end up.

Since 2006, the full-service architecture firm Hart Howerton has hosted summer fellowships for students in both its New York and San Francisco offices. The program includes three to five weeks working with a team in the office, followed by three weeks of independent research abroad, and a final presentation upon their return. Benefits include $5,000 for travel, $2,500 for housing, and a $10,000 salary. Past fellows have explored everything from industrial waterfront redevelopment throughout the United States to healthcare design in Sub-Saharan Africa. The latter was 2007 fellow Michael Murphy, who went on to build both a hospital in Rwanda and the recently-opened Memorial to Peace and Justice with his firm, MASS Design. Hart Howerton chairman David Howerton looks at the program as a source of inspiration. “Our fellows have posed important questions that will affect the way we shape our environments, and we’re excited to be a part of advancing their research,” he says.

National architecture firm EYP offers both recent graduates and career-change candidates one year of paid, full-time employment with benefits at its Houston office, with a specialized focus on healing environments in healthcare design and EYP’s mode of collaborative design. Fellows work directly with senior medical planners, including a mentor who was previously a fellow, and attend a national healthcare conference, all of which culminates in a body of research for presentation or publication. Like official employees, fellows receive paid time off, paid holidays, and 401k contributions. As a benefit to the firm, the program grooms future employees; about half of the fellows have gone on to staff positions at EYP.

New Orleans-based Eskew+Dumez+Ripple is interested not only in architecture, but in the exploration of issues that relate to how humans experience it. Each year, its year-long fellowship provides one student or recent graduate a studio-based research environment geared toward a specific theme. In 2018, the focus was on vision and hearing, with topics of inquiry including spatial acoustics and light on human emotion and wellness. Surrounded by design professionals with active projects, fellows have the opportunity to gain feedback on their research and hands-on office experience. Thanks to the interdisciplinary nature of the fellowship, previous fellows have gone on to pursue a variety of professions both within and outside the field, from landscape architecture to water management.

The mega-multinational firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill also runs the lesser-known SOM Foundation, which since 1981 has provided generous funding for travel and research for undergraduate and graduate students of various disciplines. The prizes vary, from the $5,000 China Prize fellowship specifically for students of architecture and urban design enrolled in a Chinese university to the $20,000 fellowship for aspiring structural engineers to the grand $50,000 SOM Prize, open to students and recent graduates of architectural and other design disciplines. Candidates submit their portfolios and proposals to a formidable jury of top practitioners and critics. Past fellows have studied urban density in India and open-plan workplaces across three continents, and after traveling the world, have ended up all over the map. While SOM does not recruit from the foundation’s program, previous fellows have gone on to positions at prestigious firms or as the founder of their own, while others have landed on the faculties of MIT and RISD.

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Fellowship provides students with an opportunity to enrich their education with both travel and office experience. The Fellowship is available to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture or urban design who will be entering their final year of study in September 2018.

Travel Study Focus:    The firm currently has two research initiatives.  Students with similar interests are especially encouraged to apply.

  • Complete Environments  – New and innovative thinking that spans the fields of planning, architecture, and landscape architecture.
  • Healthy Living  – Comprehensive design for improved health outcomes in the places we create.

Structure:   Hart Howerton defines an 8-week professional internship “assignment” as part of an existing firm project, followed by the Fellow’s self-defined, approved topic of travel study.  The 3-week travel period’s findings are prepared, upon return, as a report presented by the Fellow to the firm.

The Fellowship includes:

  • $10,000 salary for the 11-week Fellowship office internship and travel period.
  • $5,000 Fellowship travel expenses during the 3-week travel period.
  • $2,500 for housing assistance during the 8-week stay in San Francisco or New York.
  • Round trip travel to SF or NY from the student’s school.

Application Process/Fellowship Schedule:   The application is a downloadable PDF on their website,  www.harthowerton.com .  The application deadline is January 26, 2018 . Hart Howerton will select a short list of up to 10 students to be interviewed by telephone or in person before final selection.  The awarded Fellows will be announced on March 12, 2018 . The Fellows arrive in the firm’s offices in late May/early June, and the program is completed prior to the start of their fall semester.

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Background: In 2006, Hart Howerton began an educational initiative to fund a select number of Fellowship positions for students at design schools. Each summer, Fellowships allow the firm to employ students in planning, architecture and/or landscape architecture internships in our New York or San Francisco offices. The Fellowship also provides funded travel for research on a topic the Fellow selects.

As a result of the Fellowships, schools have graduated students with the added advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design, and worldwide travel and research. The perspective gained from a carefully defined program within a global design practice has helped students effectively define the choices available after graduation, and more confidently approach their careers.

The benefit to Hart Howerton has been tremendous – the energy, enthusiasm and input of new designers who, in the process of learning, are laying a foundation for the next generation of design thinking. The Fellowship underscores Hart Howerton’s commitment to continuing educational opportunities – for our staff, our clients, and the wider professional community.

Travel Study Focus: The firm currently has two research initiatives. Students with similar interests are especially encouraged to apply.

  • Complete Environments – Innovative thinking that spans across the built environments
  • Healthy Living – Comprehensive design for improved health in the places we create.

Structure: Hart Howerton defines an 8-week professional internship “assignment” as part of an existing firm project, followed by the Fellow’s self-defined, approved topic of travel study. The 3-week travel period’s findings are prepared, upon return, as a report presented by the Fellow to the firm.

The Fellowship includes:

  • $5,000 Fellowship travel expenses during the 3-week travel period.
  • $6,500 salary for the 8-week Fellowship/Internship within the office.
  • $2,500 for housing assistance during the 8-week stay in San Francisco or New York.
  • Round trip travel to SF or NY from the student’s school.

Application Process/Fellowship Schedule: The application is a downloadable PDF on our website, www.harthowerton.com . The submittal of an accompanying portfolio will be sent in electronic form by email to Hart Howerton. Hart Howerton principals make the final selections, though they may seek information from the relevant schools when appropriate. The application deadline is January 27, 2017. Hart Howerton will select a short list of up to 10 students to be interviewed by telephone or in person before final selection. The awarded Fellows will be announced on March 6, 2017. The Fellows arrive in the firm’s offices in late May/early June, and the program is completed prior to the start of their fall semester.

Past recipients of the Hart Howerton Fellowship have traveled to Europe and the United Kingdom, Thailand, China, Africa, and throughout the United States to study urban food networks, green roof applications, and coastal programming strategies, among other topics. As an example, Michael Murphy, founder of MASS Design Group, advanced his thinking about the role of design in Sub-Saharan health care programs as a Hart Howerton Fellow ( Michael Murphy: Architecture that’s built to heal | TED Talk | TED.com ).

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  1. Hart Howerton Fellowship

    Past recipients of the Hart Howerton Fellowship have traveled to Europe, Eastern and South-Eastern Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean and throughout the United States to study a diverse range of topics including urban food networks, green roof applications, and coastal programming strategies.

  2. Hart Howerton Announces 2023 Travel Fellowships

    Past recipients of the Hart Howerton Fellowship have traveled to Europe, Eastern and South-Eastern Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean and throughout the United States to study a diverse range of topics including urban food networks, green roof applications, and coastal programming strategies.

  3. Hart Howerton Announces 2020 Travel Fellow

    April 2, 2020 - New York & San Francisco Global Architecture and Design Firm, Hart Howerton is pleased to welcome Sarah Zamler to its Travel Fellowship Program for 2020.

  4. Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Program

    Monday, January 15, 2024 Upper Limit Amount ($): 17,500 Academic Area: Planning, architecture and/or landscape architecture Description:

  5. Hart Howerton Fellowship

    Open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture or urban design, Hart Howerton's Fellowship program offers students the advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design and global travel and research.

  6. Zina Fraser (MLA '23) named a 2022 Hart Howerton Fellow

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  7. PDF 2019 Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship

    Past recipients of the Hart Howerton Fellowship have traveled to Europe and the United Kingdom, Thailand, China, Africa, the Caribbean and throughout the United States to study a wide range of topics, such as urban food networks, land reclamation sites, green roof applications, and coastal programming strategies.

  8. Hart Howerton 2022 Fellowship Presentation

    Open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and interior design, Hart Howerton's Fellowship program offers students the advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design, and global travel and research.

  9. Internship Opportunity

    $10,000 salary for the 11-week Fellowship office internship and travel period. $5,000 Fellowship travel expenses during the 3-week travel period. $2,500 for housing assistance during the 8-week stay in San Francisco or New York. Round trip travel to SF or NY from the student's school.

  10. Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Information Session

    Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship. Since 2006, Hart Howerton has sponsored an educational initiative providing Fellowship positions, laying a foundation for the next generation of design thinking. Past recipients of the Fellowship have traveled to Europe and the United Kingdom, Thailand, China, Africa, and throughout the United States to study ...

  11. Call for Submissions: Hart Howerton 2018 Travel Fellowship Program

    Open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture or urban design, Hart Howerton's Fellowship program offers students the advantages of...

  12. Fellowships and Funding Opportunities

    Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Award: $17,000 Due: January 15, 2024 Eligibility: Graduate and undergraduate architecture students in their penultimate year of study. Read More John Belle Travel Fellowship Award: $10,000 Due (Internal): January 31, 2024 Due (External): February 5, 2024

  13. Hart Howerton Fellowship

    Hart Howerton is pleased to announce its 2023 Fellowship Program.Open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and interior design, Hart Howerton's Fellowship program offers students the advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design, and global travel and research.

  14. 2019 Travel Fellowship Program

    We are pleased to introduce the 2019 Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Program. Now in its fourteenth year, the Fellowship provides students with an opportunity to enrich their education with both travel and office experience. Named by Architectural Digest as one of the Fellowship programs paving the way for the future of architecture, the Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship is available to ...

  15. 2020 Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Now Open

    The 2020 Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship is now open to 2020 applicants. Each summer, Fellowships allow the firm to employ students in planning, architecture and/or landscape architecture internships in our New York or San Francisco offices.

  16. The Architecture Fellowships to Explore

    Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Since 2006, the full-service architecture firm Hart Howerton has hosted summer fellowships for students in both its New York and San Francisco offices.

  17. PDF Q: I'm in a related field of study, such as interior ...

    HART HOWERTON TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP FAQ'S Q: I'm in a related field of study, such as interior design, real estate, or urban design. Am I eligible to apply? A: Yes, students in a related field of study are eligible to apply. Q: A portfolio is required, but my academic program (such as real estate) doesn't produce a traditional design portfolio.

  18. 2018 Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Program

    Structure: Hart Howerton defines an 8-week professional internship "assignment" as part of an existing firm project, followed by the Fellow's self-defined, approved topic of travel study. The 3-week travel period's findings are prepared, upon return, as a report presented by the Fellow to the firm. The Fellowship includes:

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  20. 2017 Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship

    Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Program Background: In 2006, Hart Howerton began an educational initiative to fund a select number of Fellowship positions for students at design schools. Each summer, Fellowships allow the firm to employ students in planning, architecture and/or landscape architecture internships in our New York or San Francisco offices. The Fellowship also provides funded ...

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