Community living is one of the most important aspects of the program. It’s not just about the free rent, it’s about building connections between you, the other fellows, and your neighborhood.

By going through this experience with peers who share their dedication to public service, fellows develop key personal and professional connections and build a strong support network for one another.

Fellows live in the houses rent-free.

Each fellow receives their own private bedroom. All houses have shared kitchens, bathrooms, and living areas.

Each bedroom comes furnished with a full or queen sized bed, nightstand, and chest of drawers.  The common space includes couches, chairs, a dining room table, and a fully equipped kitchen.

Houses are co-ed.

The current fellowship houses are located in (left to right) West Philadelphia (six residents), Northern Liberties (four residents) and South Philadelphia (six residents)