Sign up to receive email notifications of grants, internships, fellowships, and other opportunities in the GYE. We provide information about our Small Grant Program, Grand Teton National Park Internships, the Boyd Evison Graduate Fellowship, and more.
UW-NPS Small Grant Program
Our small grant program funds ~12 projects each year (up to $5000 each) for research in the Greater Yellowstone Area. We love to see proposals that address Grand Teton National Park research priorities, but that is not a requirement for funding. We strive to fund the best science, so if you have a great idea and well written proposal, send it our way! We encourage you to check out research by previous grant winners in our online, full-text searchable project reports
Check back in December for the RFP for 2018, or sign up for our mailing list to be notified when the it has been announced.
Grand Teton National Park Internships
Two internship positions jointly supported by GTNP and UW-NPS are available each year. Check back in January for information on the 2018 internships, or sign up for our mailing list to be notified when they have been announced.
Boyd Evison Graduate Fellowship
The Grand Teton Association offers a fellowship of up to $10,000/project for graduate studies focused on documenting lesser-known aspects of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, and surrounding lands.
Check back in January for information on the 2018 fellowship, or sign up for our mailing list to be notified when it has been announced.
Other opportunities will be listed below from time to time as they become available. Please check back to see if any new ones have been added. Or, sign up to receive email notifications of grants and internships as soon as we post them. If you are a granting agency with funding opportunities for all types of scientific research, education, and outreach in the GYE, contact us and we’ll be happy to post your announcement here.
- Raynes Wildlife Fund
The Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund in Jackson Hole helps maintain local wildlife populations by supporting research, education, and monitoring. Each year they provide small grants (average $4000-$5000) to researchers. If you have a project that fits their mission and guidelines, they would love to hear from you. Proposals are due each February 1.
- RM-CESU Newsletter
Read the newsletter from The Rocky Mountain Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit for grant opportunities.