The College of Environmental Design invites all students to attend the 2017 Hart Howerton Fellowship Program Information Session on Tuesday, November 29th. The Hart Howerton Fellowship Program provides a select group of students an 8 week paid summer 2017 internship within their design practice in New York or San Francisco, combined with three weeks of self-directed travel. Undergraduate and graduate students in architecture, planning, landscape architecture, or urban design entering their final year of study in Fall 2017 are invited to apply.
Each fellowship includes a $6,500 salary during the 8-week internship, $2,500 for housing during the internship, $5,000 for fellowship travel expenses during the self-directed travel period, and round-trip airfare to San Francisco/New York.
Eron Ashley, Principal, and Lauren Ewald, Designer, of Hart Howerton San Francisco will be present to speak about the fellowship program and answer questions regarding the application process. Light refreshments will be provided.
Application Deadline: January 27, 2017
This award is administered by Hart | Howerton, a global design and strategy practice headquartered in San Francisco, New York, and London. Founded in 1967 and currently led by David Howerton (MLA, 1977), Hart | Howerton is comprised of architects, planners, and landscape architects who have collaboratively completed projects ranging from regional developments and conservation plans, to the design of institutional facilities and communities.