FEMA 2004-2005 Community Planning Fellowship

FEMA 2004-2005 Community Planning Fellowship

Multihazard Mitigation Council

In an effort to raise awareness and ensure that hazard mitigation is effectively incorporated into future urban and rural planning, the Federal Emergency Management (FEMA) announces its 2004-2005 Community Planning Fellowship. Open to graduate planning students, the Fellowship program offers the students an opportunity to familiarize themselves with hazard mitigation as an aspect of planning. To date seven fellowships have been awarded with three scheduled for the 2004-2005 academic year.

The Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is joining FEMA this academic year by providing funding for an additional fellow to study how communities, regional organizations, and states can effectively address watershed planning and floodplain management issues. The deadline for submitting the applications is February 17, 2004. The announcement and application can be downloaded at www.nibs.org/MMC/mmcactiv4.html.

Related Link: FEMA Community Planning Fellowship

For more information contact:

Claret Heider
Multihazard Mitigation Council
1090 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 700
DC 20005

Phone: 202-289-7800
Fax: 202-289-1092
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.nibs.org/MMC

Posted December 22, 2003

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