Upcoming Deadline: NYC Community Planning Fellowship 2022-2023

Applications are now being accepted for the NYC Community Planning Fellowship 2022-2023


The Community Planning Fellowship Program provides selected second-year graduate students in urban planning, architecture, urban design, historic preservation, data analytics and public policy the opportunity to work with local community Boards on a specific project(s) over the course of an academic year.

Community Planning Fellows are assigned to a Community Board and work an average of 12 hours per week for a full academic year. They receive a total stipend of $5,000: in the Fall semester $2,500 and in the Spring semester $2,500. The Community Planning Fellowship includes a combination of time spent at the Community Board office, working on tasks associated with assigned planning projects, attendance at community board, committee and other meetings relevant to assigned projects as well as participation in fellowship forums and trainings. The Fellowship experience will require a combination of in-person and online remote participation.


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Learn about our inaugural cohort of NYC Community Planning Fellows here.

Learn more about the Fund for the City  New York.