NRI Grant and Fellowship Opportunities

NRI supports working papers, books, monographs, edited volumes or research conferences by university-based scholars. NRI-supported projects must relate to a domestic policy issue, and the resulting research should have some direct contact with AEI or the AEI Press. On rare occasions, we also offer visiting fellowships for scholars who want to spend time in Washington and need extended time away from teaching to complete important research.

Full-time professors and academics seeking fellowships or grants should contact the NRI to discuss project ideas.

Research Fellow Position


This is a full-time position with competitive salary and benefits that is normally three years in duration. Fellows will pursue their own research agenda, but will also work closely with AEI's resident scholars to develop their skills as public academics. At the end of three years, fellows may be considered for full-time placement at AEI as resident scholars.

This is a full-time position with competitive salary and benefits that is normally three years in duration. Fellows will pursue their own research agenda, but will also work closely with AEI's resident scholars to develop their skills as public academics. At the end of three years, fellows may be considered for full-time placement at AEI as resident scholars.

  • Letter of interest
  • Three letters of reference for applicants not currently holding a tenure-track position (letters should be from individuals familiar with your work)
  • Curriculum vitae
  • One writing sample


Please apply through the AEI website and direct any questions to the NRI Program Manager at brad.wassink@aei.org.

NRI also offers internship positions for current or recent undergraduates interested in domestic public policy. For more information on AEI's internship program and to apply online, visit:

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