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The FED's grant program supports tax exempt organizations that are engaged in critical inter-disciplinary research, education, knowledge sharing, and/or policy development with the widest effect on advancing the concepts of broad-based ownership and entrepreneurship. The Foundation has focused on opportunities for improved research and educational materials on shared capitalism and ownership models, especially in science- and technology-based industries. We are excited to see young and senior scholars engaged in growing a body of important research, teaching materials, and new means for broadly disseminating materials to business educators.
J.R. Beyster Fellowships
Applicants for Beyster Fellowships may submit an application to Rutgers University by January 31 for fellowships beginning the following July 1. Read more about the Rutgers program.
Curriculum Library on Employee Ownership (CLEO) enhancements
The launching of CLEO, the largest online academic library on employee ownership, was completed in the Fall of 2008 as part of Aspen Institute's larger system, called Caseplace.org and through the collaborative initiative with Aspen Institute and the Employee Ownership Foundation. The library, is currently being used by thousands of educators from around the world. More Information
Emerging Scholar Research Award, Shared Capitalism Through Employee Ownership
Incentives for Innovation Program
The FED supports entrepreneurial competitions and incubator programs with regional and national focus, including seeding, mentoring, and participating in inaugural competitions at universities. The FED is a founding advisor of the newly launched StartR accelerator at UCSD. More Information