The National Review Institute seeks to further the education of all Conservatives, both nationally and in Washington, DC. To that end, the National Review Institute offers a wide range of programming focused on supporting promising conservative professionals and combating liberal media bias.
Washington Fellows Program
NRI has a unique program that helps anchor young leaders in the conservative movement by giving them an appreciation of its history, core tenets, talents, and resources. This high-quality, selective program introduces young leaders to important thinkers, institutions, and books in order to recreate the conservative movement for promising professionals who are positioned to be key decision-makers in Washington in the years to come.
William F. Buckley Fellow in Political Journalism
William F. Buckley nurtured two generations of conservative journalists. His enormous legacy includes scores of conservative editors and writers. The Buckley Prize for Young Journalists is a prestigious annual prize for a recent college graduate who meets rigorous requirements. The young journalist earns a one-year term as a writer/reporter.
Liberal Myth of the Week
Each week, the Institute de-bunks a liberal talking point on a current issue. This feature helps to inform our policy debates by refuting misleading assertions with the facts. By identifying and refuting these liberal myths, we help arm policymakers with the ammunition needed to take on the kind of erroneous assumptions that support wrongheaded policies.