The John Dobson Bursary for the Study of Free Enterprise will award up to $10,000 to outstanding students who demonstrate academic and individual excellence and an interest in a better understanding of free markets and the free enterprise economic system.
Applicants should be studying humanities, economics or social sciences at a Canadian university at either the undergraduate and graduate level. Bursaries will be awarded for one year, with the possibility of renewal for one or two further years, in support of continued study.
The ILS Summer Fellowship provides students with a paid, eight-week internship that provides experience working with non-profit organizations in areas like public policy analysis, public interest litigation, or education. In addition to their work placement, the students take part in a three-day opening workshop in Ottawa, weekly webinars, and attend a Freedom Week seminar in Montreal or Vancouver.
Summer Fellows will also attend a workshop in Ottawa, take part in weekly webinars, and attend a Freedom Week seminar. Fellows will be provided with a $3,000 stipend paid in four installments.