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The Explorers Club is excited to announce a new grant program in partnership with Discovery, Inc. The…
Sponsored by The Explorers Club Youth Activity Fund. The Explorers Club is proud of its history and also looks toward the future by recognizing the importance of new…
The Explorers Club and Rolex share a common vision – supporting and fostering emerging young explorers. We are pleased to announce another installment of The Rolex Explorers Club Grants program. Proposals must…
The Explorers Club and Swedish-based outdoor gear and clothing company, Fjällräven, have partnered to create a grant program aimed to promote excellence in field exploration through scientific research.Our shared values of conservation,…
This category supports exploration and field research for those who are just beginning their research careers. Awards are approximately $2,500 to $5,000.
This category supports exploration and field research for marine exploration and conservation projects. The Philip Stephenson Foundation promotes…
The Explorers Club is proud to launch the Exodus Exploration without Boundaries Grant Program. Generously supported by Exodus…
Each grant requires two written recommendations.
Rising Explorer Grant – Open to high school students, college undergraduates, and independent researchers doing scientific field work at an equivalent level.
Exploration Fund Grant – Designated especially for graduate/post-graduate students or early career scientists conducting fieldwork.
Rolex Explorers Club Grant – Focused on young explorers under the age of 35 who are conducting field research to address a novel scientific, environmental, or historic question.
Stephenson Explorers Advancement Program – Open to college undergraduates/graduate students, and independent explorers under the age of 35. Must be conducting fieldwork focused specifically, on marine research.
Fjallraven Field Grant – For explorers under the age of 35 doing fieldwork related to conservation, the environment, and/or sustainability.
Rising Explorer Grant – $1,500 average
Exploration Fund Grant – $2,500 – $5,000 average
Rolex Explorers Club Grant – $10,000
Stephenson Explorers Advancement Program – $10,000
Fjallraven Field Grant – $5,000
Unless otherwise indicated on the application, all grants follow the same general timeline.
Applications for The Explorers Club Discovery Expedition Grants remain open, and we accept applications for the Discovery Grant on a rolling basis.
Field science consists of expeditions that collect data in order to add to the scholarship, or knowledge in a given discipline, bound for peer reviewed publication. Relevant disciplines include, but are not limited to – anthropology, archaeology, wildlife, botany, earth sciences, marine and freshwater research, ecology, geography, paleontology. Priority will be given to expeditions tackling ambitious research questions over survey data. Uniqueness and rarity of the data collected will be taken into account.