Our Advisory Board is open to engineers, scientists and members of the technology community, interested in the nexus between now and the future and the role of science, engineering and technology in securing a sustainable future. Advisory Board members are expected to provide intellectual leadership, as well as strategic and evaluation advice on The Futures Forum programs. Expected time commitment is 2 -4 hours per month.
The Futures Forum will maintain a virtual think tank that integrates the knowledge of experts from around the world in all fields of science, eEngineering and technology as well as allied disciplines in law, economics and social sciences.
Members of the Brain Trust support the work of The Future Forum through participating in research projects, online surveys, and forums. Experts must maintain an up-to-date profile and spend a few hours each year completing one of our surveys, responding to a blog and/or providing comments on an issue.
Subject Matter Experts will be organized around the following thematic areas:
INTERNSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS
Full time students, recent graduates and mid-career professionals are invited to join us interns or fellows for periods from 3 months to 1 year. Positions may be unpaid or may carry a stipend, depending on project schedules.