Policy Entrepreneurship Fellowship
The Policy Entrepreneurship Fellowship (PEF) empowers and guides participants to move their Day One Project policy proposals from idea to reality. During this six-month experience, hosted by FAS in partnership with the Aspen Institute, each PEF works as a part-time FAS affiliate to (i) help their specific ideas gain traction among practitioners and decision makers, and (ii) identify and pursue opportunities for impact in underlying policy areas of interest. PEF participants receive a $5,000 stipend as well as ongoing guidance from policy and technical experts in the FAS community, opportunities for formal training on topics like budgetary analysis and science communication, access to FAS programming and facilities, professional editing services, and more.
Applications are currently closed.
Biotechnology and Society,
Innovation & Economic Competitiveness,
Food & Agriculture,
Law & Policy,
Farming & Ranching
U.S. Foreign Policy,
International Commercial Regulation,
Space Debris Mitigation