The Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Fellowships provide funding to Yale F&ES students to support their required (F&ES 006) summer experience. These funds are made possible by a handful of Donors (listed below) and are administered through a Yale F&ES Committee consisting of faculty and staff. Students can apply for funding through the Yale Student Grants Database
starting on January 7, 2016
The deadline to apply for funding is Friday, April 1, 2016. Late applications will not be considered
. Awards range from $400 - $5,000, depending on the location of the project and the student's need.
Purpose: To support independent research that has been approved by a faculty adviser, or an internship with an organization that provides little or no funding.
Jubitz Family Endowment for Research Internships Fund
Purpose: To support research in the study of forest ecosystem stewardship in Coastal (or West Side) Forests in Oregon, Washington, Southeastern Alaska, Western Canada and Siberia. Special projects emphasizing the link between science and the legislative process shall be given special preference.
Edward C. Armbrecht Jr. Family Fund
Purpose: To support students as they prepare to become leaders in sustainable forestry, natural resource management and environmental studies, with a non-binding preference for students with an interest in environmental and forest management leadership in West Virginia.
Williams Internships Fund
Purpose: To support students in their research with a preference for work with The Nature Conservancy and equivalent environmental NGOs.
Yale Wildlife and Wildlands Funds
Purpose: To support is available for not only the remote and wilderness areas of the West, but also the backcountry of the East which is under such formidable pressure for use and development.