Working with AIR
At the American Institutes for Research® (AIR), we are driven by a shared purpose of building a better, more equitable world. From tackling intractable social challenges through the AIR Equity Initiative, to giving back to local communities, all of us are part of a global team contributing to positive social change. We are a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization that conducts behavioral and social science research and delivers technical assistance to 500+ clients, including businesses in both domestic and international markets, universities and research institutions, and nonprofit and philanthropic organizations.
Our mission statement and vision guide everything we do—the projects we take on, the spirit with which we approach the work, and the way we collaborate. AIR welcomes partnerships with businesses of all sizes who share our values, especially those able to bring diverse perspectives to our work.
Opportunities to Work with Us
Clients can quickly and easily access a full complement of our services through government-wide, agency, and state contracting mechanisms.
Become a Partner
AIR’s Supplier Diversity program encourages the participation of small businesses including minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, service-disabled-veteran-owned, and historically underutilized businesses.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Charitable giving, volunteerism, and awareness building is one of the many ways we bring our values to life. We are galvanized by the challenge and inspired by the determination of our partners to create long-lasting, community-rooted change.
Philanthropy and Social Enterprise
In addition to serving our mission through client-driven work, AIR invests its own talent and resources to tackle seemingly intractable, long-standing problems that prevent too many people from having access to good health care, education, and pathways to employment.
AIR brings together deep expertise and broad capabilities to answer pressing questions across a wide array of topics, from education and child welfare, to public health and mental well-being, to workforce opportunities and international development.