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- Harris James Bartlett Fellowship Program in Energy and Environmental Policy
Harris James Bartlett Fellowship Program in Energy and Environmental Policy
For Internal EPIC Bartlett fellowships
Thanks to the generosity of Harris Alumnus John Bartlett, EPIC offers paid fellowships during the academic year, as well as the summer, for Harris students.
Fellows have the opportunity to assist EPIC faculty with research and data collection, or to conduct their own research project under faculty guidance in the area of environmental and energy economics and policy. Research will culminate in a final report. We do our best to align fellows with their preferred area of research, but cannot guarantee work with any particular faculty member. While research will be the main focus of the fellowship, students will also gain experience with grant and proposal writing, communications, and program coordination on an as-needed basis within the Institute.
Fellows might also be asked to fulfill such responsibilities as setting up for EPIC events, including registering guests and carrying hand-held microphones at public forums and debates. Fellows are invited to take active part in seminars and weekly workshops, and to attend EPIC-sponsored conferences and events for which they may be asked to draft summary reports.
EPIC Bartlett Fellowships are open to Harris School of Public Policy Students, regardless of degree, with an interest in conducting meaningful policy research on topics related to energy and the environment.
For External Summer Internship Funding
- Currently enrolled (and taking classes) at the Harris School
- Confirmed to work in an unpaid, degree relevant full-time (30+ hrs/wk) summer internship for at least 10 weeks between June 2018 and October 2018
- The internship must provide students the opportunity to conduct meaningful work in topics related to energy and environment.
- The internship offer must be secured (and verified) at the time of application.
- Only summer internship positions are eligible.
- Positions must be a minimum of 10 weeks in duration.
- Students graduating before or in June 2018
- Students who have not yet matriculated into Harris
- Submission of a professional resume
- A one page statement of purpose that outlines your interest in the position and how you anticipate it furthering your career pursuits.
- Copy of Internship Offer Letter
- Student Verification Form
A selection committee consisting of Academic and Student Affairs senior leadership and/or Harris faculty will review student applications.
- Application Deadline: May 1, 2018
- James Bartlett Fellowship Award Announcement: No later than the week of May 18th