The American Institute for Economic Research is conducting a Fellowship program for about 12 weeks for Graduate students working in affirming free enterprise, economic liberty, property rights, sound money, and legal institutions. The fellows should take part in this program by writing a dissertation or thesis on their research project, as each fellow will have to make a project research plan. The fellows will be working under professionals, leading them to a better life experience. The fellowship can apply for Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters.
The applicant will be selected as fellows based on their competitive application process, and the selected fellows will receive a stipend of $350 per week. Participants who live 300 miles from Great Barring ton, MA, will receive an additional travel allowance of up to $1000. The fellowship will help students to gain experience and work under professionals so that they can work on their project and build their skills, and work with research issues, and also will be able to make professional networks which will be helpful for them in regards to future.
The AIER was founded in 1933 and is a non-profit organization that is respected nonpartisan economic research and advocacy and the oldest. Their mission is to educate people on the value of personal freedom, free enterprise, property rights, limited government, and sound money. Their ongoing scientific research demonstrates the importance of these principles in advancing peace, prosperity, and human progress.
Check out the below table to get a quick idea about this fellowship:
|Number of Awards||NA|
|Contest Deadline||January 09, 2022|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
- Graduates working in areas of affirming free enterprise, economic liberty, property rights, sound money, and legal institution
How to Apply?
The applicants interested in this fellowship should consider the eligibility requirements and make a proposed project. They should fill out the application form and enter all the details carefully, such as their professional biography, a short description of their proposed project, etc. With the application, students must upload their resume or CV and a research sample in a pdf document. The applicants should apply using the below link and attach all the required documents.
The applicants who get selected based on their research project, application, and resume will get a lot of benefits during this fellowship, such as they will get to work with AIER faculty, which will help them I building their skills, work through the research issues, and also will get to build professional networks which will provide them a good opportunity in future. As a part of their fellowship, fellows will plan a project, and they will get to present their project to AIER staff and visitors and share it with the general public through written pieces for AIER’s website. Moreover, they will get paid $350 as a stipend per week, and those participants who live 300 miles from Great Barrington, MA, will get an additional travel allowance of up to $1000. With this stipend, fellows will be provided accommodation and meals too in AIER manor or cottage right on campus, close to the beautiful town of Great Barring ton, and the lunch for AIER’s staff, fellows, and interns on every workday. This opportunity will provide the best knowledge and experiences one should have, which will benefit the fellow’s future. The fellows will be contacted for an interview within two weeks of the due date.
For any questions related to the fellowship, students must send their questions to:
The interested fellows should apply for this fellowship for the Summer season before January 02, 2022, for the fall season on January 04, 2022, and the 2023 Spring Season before January 09, 2022. Delayed applications will be considered ineligible.