Forefront Fellowship: Cooperative Works
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2020
The Forefront Fellowship is an annual professional fellowship dedicated to cultivating emerging leaders in urban design, development, policy, and advocacy.
Each year, an interdisciplinary cohort of 20 to 25 Forefront Fellows investigates how design can address a social or political challenge facing New York City. Over the course of 10 months, Fellows explore different approaches to the program topic in partnership with a City agency and through independent projects. Fellows build new skills and knowledge, expand their professional community, and develop meaningful projects with impact beyond the fellowship.
Forefront is grounded in an equity-based approach to urban design, which shapes the composition of each cohort, the selection of program theme, and the ethos of the program.
Our 2020 Fellowship, Cooperative Works, explores how to support minority-owned businesses and workers of color, expand worker cooperatives, and democratize economic resources to build a more inclusive economy. Applications are due by July 22.
Read more: https://urbandesignforum.org/review/forefront-2020-cooperative-works/
The Forefront Fellowship is an unpaid, extracurricular professional development opportunity.
Fellows must live or work in the five boroughs of New York City for the duration of the Fellowship.
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