Meet the new class of Graduate Community Development Fellows for 2019-2020:
These nine fellows will work alongside our staff members to support their work planning and advocating for just, healthy, and sustainable communities. This year, the Fellowship has expanded beyond Pratt Institute’s Graduate Center for Planning and Environment, and has recruited students from the School of Art and the School of Information Science. The fellowship provides each student with a stipend and the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in urban planning, community development and economic development. View Fellow bios
In addition to our Graduate Fellowship, Pratt Center also welcomes our new cohort of Taconic Fellows. The Taconic Fellowship program aims to connect other disciplines at Pratt Institute to community development work. Endowed by the Taconic Foundation, the Fellowship provides financial awards to Pratt faculty, staff and students for projects that align with Pratt Center's mission.
Learn more about Pratt Center Fellowships