The RAND Technology and Security Policy Fellowship develops new generations of policy analysts and implementors at the intersection of technology and security issues. Candidates are welcome from all experience levels, from undergraduate students to mid-career professionals.
As part of its ongoing efforts to inform public policy and decisionmaking, RAND offers a number of educational opportunities. The Summer Associates Program brings together graduate students and RAND researchers to conduct short-term independent research within an ongoing project. Pardee RAND Graduate School students pursue a master's degree or Ph.D. in policy analysis while working as assistant policy analysts at RAND. Fellowships focus on technology and security policy, nuclear security, Asia-Pacific affairs, and aging. RAND also has a military fellows program for active-duty service members.