1998 CPEO Brownfields List Archive

From: Center for Public Environmental Oversight <cpro@igc.apc.org>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 1998 15:00:02 -0700 (PDT)
Reply: cpeo-brownfields
Subject: HUD Community Builder Fellowship
Hello Everyone,

I think this 2 to 4 year fellowship announcement might be of interest to
people who like to work on economic and social problems.  I assume there
would also be the opportunity to work on Brownfields issues as well.

Tony Chenhansa

For more information and application information go to



In partnership with Harvard University, the U.S Department of Housing
and Urban Development has launched the Community Builders Fellowship
program to educate and train individuals from diverse professions as
Community Builders. As a Community Builder you would obtain practical
hands on experience in community and economic development.


The program offers paid temporary fellowships for skilled professionals
from many walks of life: bankers, school principals, law enforcement
officials, directors of non-profits, social workers, academics, economic
development experts, health care workers, doctors, and other

The fellow would be placed in one of the 81 HUD field offices and serve
as the agency's first point of contact.  the Community Builder will help
home buyers, tenants, community leaders, non-profits, foundations,
mayors, county executives, and business owners

If chosen, the person would receive two weeks of orientation at HUD and
4 weeks of training from Harvard University's School of Government
during the first two years of fellowship.

A Community Builder is a paid Federal Employee who receives the same
benefits as other Federal Employees. Salaries are paid at the higher
federal pay grades, ranging from $50,000 to $100,000 a year.

The application deadline is May 1, 1998. Applications must be postmarked
by this date.



Tony Chenhansa
Brownfields Project Assistant
Center for Public Environmental Oversight (Formerly known as CAREER/PRO)

A program of the San Francisco Urban Institute
425 Market Street 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA  94105
phone: 415-904-7751
fax: 415-904-7765
e-mail: cpro@igc.apc.org

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