AEI Summer Honors Program, 2017
AEI’s Summer Honors Program is for undergraduate students and is a fully funded educational and career development opportunity for students interested in public policy and politics. Each year, we bring together top students from around the country to discuss policy topics in small seminars, join daily lunches with policymakers and business leaders, and advance their careers through high-level networking opportunities.
The program gives students an unparalleled opportunity to spend one week immersing themselves in a particular public policy issue with leading scholars and practitioners in their fields. Instructors this year include AEI scholars Charles Murray, Fred Kagan, John Yoo and Michael Strain teaching about everything from democratic capitalism, to the Constitution, to the Middle East, and more.
The application deadline is March 15, 2017. Applicants must be undergraduates expecting to graduate in winter 2016 or later. International students are eligible to apply. Students planning to take other jobs or internships during the summer are also eligible and encouraged to apply.
- Stipend: $250 plus travel voucher, housing costs, and meals on class days.
- Read more and APPLY: http://www.aei.org/spot