The leadership of TFF recognizes the critical role that the young minds of academia will play in the future of our world. It is with this understanding that the Bright Star Initiative (BSI) was started. BSI is the internal academic and scholarly research division of Task Force Foxfire. It utilizes a management team of top-tier academics and practitioners to facilitate an active research and analysis environment for post-graduate level students.
These individuals are selected based on a competitive application system which identifies their potential as leaders of the international humanitarian community. Once selected Bright Star Scholars are assigned to a research team where they will get first hand experience in compiling and analyzing both qualitative and quantitative data sets. The program is designed around a single semester’s worth of participation, resulting in a capstone product which is then disseminated out to various institutions, NGOs, governments, and corporations.
Scholars receive the benefit of real-world work experience and gain valuable tutelage from some of the best minds in the industry. Additionally, scholars are eligible to receive financial aid and support during their tenure as researchers at Task Force Foxfire. Upon successful completion the scholars are prepared to enter the humanitarian aid workforce with a litany of skills, experiences and keen insight into the problems facing the world. The generational benefit of contributing such dedicated leaders to our community is beyond compare and will ensure a bright future for humanity.
To learn more about participating in our Bright Star Initiative, or if you are interested in providing funding via a partnership agreement, please contact our staff.
Task Force Foxfire is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, EIN 87-2467182. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. All services are provided and conducted in accordance with Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Task Force Foxfire's application for tax-exempt status and annual returns are publicly available upon request.