CityStudioSTL Fellowships

2017 CityStudioSTL Fellows Rylie Davis and Casey Ryan.

The CityStudioSTL Fellowship provides funded opportunities for architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design students to work with a local firm to address socially engaged challenges in St. Louis. Participating students will complete a 10-week civic or pro bono project in the St. Louis region at a host firm.

Graduate and Undergraduate Fellowships are available. Applications will be available in the spring semester, and will be due in mid-March, with hiring decisions made by mid-April. Fellowships will be full-time from early June to early August. 

2018 Summer Fellowships

The summer 2018 Undergraduate Fellow, Kelly Whelan, worked at Trivers Associates on a study for a shelter and transitional living facility for Epworth Children & Family Services. Kaety Prentice was the Graduate Fellow at PGAV Planners, and worked on a proposal for the South Grand Streetscaping Plan for a portion of the street. Yunfan Song, the Graduate Fellow at Christner, worked on an economic development study for a section of Delmar Boulevard. 

2017 Summer Fellowships

The summer 2017 Undergraduate Fellow, Rylie Davis, worked at Trivers Associates on two projects: the future Jonas Hubbard Community Center in the Carr Square neighborhood, and the St. Louis Transitional Hope House. The Graduate Fellow, Casey Ryan, worked at PGAV Planners on a planning and design project for Chouteau Park, located in the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood. Working alongside architects and planners, fellows experienced the complexities of community-based projects and designing for public spaces.

Eligibility and Applications

Current degree candidates in or recent graduates (December 2018 or May 2017) of the College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design are eligible to apply. All applicants must be in good standing with the University. Applications require a resume, cover letter, and portfolio. Interview candidates will be chosen from applicants.