PERC's fellowships for graduate students and law students offer the ideal opportunity for those who are interested in researching issues related to natural resources and the environment.
Graduate fellows spend three months at PERC in Bozeman, Montana, researching and writing a paper under the supervision of a PERC senior fellow. While at PERC, fellows are required to present two workshops to outline, report on, and summarize their research findings. A paper of publishable quality is the expected result.
Fellows receive a monthly stipend of $1,800 in addition to reimbursement for reasonable domestic round trip travel expenses to Montana.
I felt the resources, advice, and overall environment at PERC were very conducive to accomplishing my short-run objectives. The fellows and staff at PERC were extremely helpful in their comments and helped enhance the overall quality of my work. As a graduate fellow I found the networking opportunities available at PERC to be invaluable. PERC does an exemplary job of incorporating a variety of disciplines and I was able to meet and interact with fantastic people. - Dustin Frye, 2012
Fellowships are awarded three times a year: spring, summer, and fall.
The deadline for a summer 2013 PERC Graduate Fellowship is February 15, 2013. Applications received after the deadline will be considered if funding is available.
2013 Fall fellowships are not available at this time.