The Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning believes it is essential that the next generation of planning leaders include those who come from communities of color. Their often-unheard voices must be amplified for us to create just, equitable, and inclusive communities for all. In order to do so, the program is creating two Equity, Justice & Inclusive Design Fellowships for aspiring graduate students who are Black, indigenous, or of color who need financial assistance to attend Georgia Tech.
The program intends to begin awarding these $2,000 fellowships in fall 2021, but it needs your help to make this happen. If you believe in taking action to elevate diverse voices in the planning profession, you are invited to make a contribution to the Equity, Justice & Inclusive Design Fellowship endowment fund. Your gift will help us welcome students in fall 2021 and in the future.