Fellowships & Pizza
Location: Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
At this session, Deputy Director David Luberoff, along with several of our previous summer fellows, will discuss summer funding opportunities for Harvard graduate students interested in housing and community development, including:
- The Gramlich Fellowship in Community and Economic Development, which gives graduate students from any Harvard school the opportunity to work with NeighborWorks® America to identify, research, and present promising approaches for addressing key challenges related to affordable housing and community development.
- GSD Summer Community Service Fellowships and HKS Summer Fellowships in Housing & Community Development, which give HKS and GSD students opportunities to spend the summer working with, and learning from, U.S. non-profit and public entities that are working on issues related to housing, the built environment, and/or community development.
- The Student Research Support Program, which provides grants of up to $5,000 for Harvard graduate students carrying out research with – or under the supervision of – faculty members on projects related housing, community development, and other urban issues.
Pizza and beverages will be provided.