P2E Virtual Fellowship
2-Part Introductory Webinar
Local P2E Fellowship
On hold due to
For organizations and firms
Transform the way you work, from the inside out.
Pathways to Equity (P2E) an interactive program designed to introduce you to methods for equity in practice, historical and systemic racism within the built environment, self-reflective, and community building practices, and strategies for community engagement.
CURRICULUM AT A GLANCE
Our curriculum is designed as a whole experience that builds on each learning module. We prioritize creating community throughout our time together. Sessions with guest facilitators include interactive workshops, self-reflective exercises and community building activities. They fall into the following modules:
AND SYSTEMIC CONTEXT
What are the histories of injustice and racism in architecture and design fields, and how can we play a role in changing those patterns?
How do your personal identities affect your work and collaborations?
What are tactics and tools for a community-based practice? How can equity be both a means and an end?
How can we implement community design principles into practice? What are best practices of community engagement in these turbulent times?
P2E is for you if you...
Want to be part of a like-minded and diverse community of practitioners.
Hope to learn how to design with not for.
Feel called to interrogate the harm that design fields have caused communities that are Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).
Value space for slowing down to self-reflect.
Seek to align your professional life with your personal principles.
P2E ONLINE COURSE
Spring Cohort 2023
April 11th-June 13th, 2023
To apply by March 20, 2023 at 12am PST, click here.
We partner with organizations, firms, and local governments to offer an internal-cohort consulting program. We customize our curriculum to to meet your team where you are at in advancing equity internally and externally. Contact us to learn more.
THE P2E FELLOWSHIP
We are committed to accessible and equitable funding of the program. Sustainable support is $800/per person.
We offer a range of $600 - $1000 with option for scholarship for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) participants. BIPOC participants pay $400.
For admitted P2EV9 applicants, please pay here. After OAC receives your payment, you will receive the Zoom link for the first session.
Our Fellowship is a 6-month
project-based learning experience that pairs local Bay Area practitioners with community partners. The Fellowship is on hold as we adapt to COVID-19.