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FEATURED OPPORTUNITIES

The following positions are looking for qualified applicants to hire immediately; start date is negotiable.

More information on each can be found below in the Jobs and Internships section.

ORGANIZATIONS

CAMPAIGNS

CAPITOL HILL 

Foundation for Economic Education
Operations Internship
Photography Internship 

Greg Brannon for U.S. Senate
Regional Director
Campaign Interns 

Sen. Thomas Massie (KY-04)
Spring and Summer Internships 

Charles Koch Institute
Koch Associate Program
(Deadline to apply: March 1, 2014) 

Andrew Walter for U.S. House (AZ-09)
Volunteer Coordinator
Campaign Interns 

 Sen. Rand Paul (KY)
Summer Internship
(Deadline to apply: March 1, 2014) 
Market Research Foundation
Marketing Analyst 
Alex Mooney for U.S. House (WV-02)
Youth Coordinator 
 Rep. Justin Amash (MI-03)
Summer Internship 

Generation Opportunity
State Director
Regional Digital Director
State Events Coordinator
Regional Digital Coordinator
State Volunteer Coordinator 

Justin Amash for U.S. House (MI-03)
Campaign Intern 
 Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (MI-11)
Spring and Summer Internships 
   
   
   

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Jobs

Capitol Hill

Sorry!   There are currently no Capitol Hill jobs available through our job bank, but you should scroll down to find other opportunities! Additional job postings can be found on the US House and Senate websites:

Jobs - Campaigns

Volunteer Coordinator
Andrew Walter for US House (AZ-09)
Tempe, Arizona
www.andrewwalter2014.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date in March is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience, school credit, bill reimbursements

Description:
The Andrew Walter for US House campaign is currently seeking a volunteer coordinator to develop, implement, and facilitate volunteer recruitment and management. The volunteer coordinator will also be in charge of updating the campaign volunteer database, staff campaign events, perform basic office responsibilities, and manage grassroots activities requested on him/her by the campaign manager.

Responsibilities:
Event planning
Volunteer communication
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Database maintenance
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Voter turnout (GOTV)

Qualifications:
Responsible
Punctual
Willingness to put in long hours
Strong interest in learning and applying new skills
Good communication skills, both oral and written
Committed to winning on Election Day

Additional application materials required:
Resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Youth Coordinator
Alex Mooney for US House (WV-02)
West Virginia
www.mooneyforcongress.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience; housing provided

Description:
The youth coordinator will be responsible for working on the youth vote, and activating college campus volunteers to create a mass based youth effort. Includes canvassing dorms, and student housing, tabling, creating lit, etc.

Responsibilities:
Event planning
Volunteer communication
Volunteer phone banking
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Voter turnout (GOTV)
Youth outreach

Additional application materials required:
Resume and two references

 [APPLY NOW]

 

Regional Director
Greg Brannon for US Senate
North Carolina
www.gregbrannon.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience; housing and food provided

Description:
The Greg Brannon for US Senate campaign is currently seeking full-time staff to work in the state of North Carolina as regional directors. The position includes the responsibilities of building out the campaign's grassroots organization, managing several voter outreach programs, and building political coalitions. However, your role on the campaign may be redefined or developed as Election Day approaches.

Responsibilities (may include):
Event planning
Volunteer communication
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Voter turnout (GOTV)
Youth outreach

Qualifications:
While it is preferred you have campaign experience and some knowledge and/or background in North Carolina, all candidates are encouraged to apply.

Additional application materials required:
Resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Field Staff
Shane Osborn for US Senate (NE)
Nebraska
www.shaneosborn.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable
End date: November, 2014 

Salary: Based on experience

Description:
All field staff on the Shane Osborn for US Senate campaign report directly to the campaign manager and are responsible for volunteer coordination, organizing events, outreach and staffing of candidate.

Responsibilities:
Coalition building
Data maintenance
Event planning
Volunteer communication
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Voter turnout (GOTV)
Youth outreach

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and two references

[APPLY NOW]

 

Regional Director
Paul Broun for US Senate (GA)
Georgia
www.paulbroun.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience

Description:
The Paul Broun for US Senate campaign is currently seeking full-time staff to work in the state of Georgia as regional directors. The position includes the responsibilities of building out the campaign's grassroots organization, managing several voter outreach programs, and building political coalitions. However, your role on the campaign may be redefined or developed as Election Day approaches.

This is an important race for an open seat in a heavily Republican state, which means the fight is during the primary election. There are several Republican candidates in the race, including other US Representatives. However, Dr. Paul Broun is the only one in the race with a proven constitutional voting record during his time in the US House, and would vote similarly to Senators Rand Paul, Mike Lee, and Ted Cruz.

Responsibilities (may include):
Coalition building
Event planning
Volunteer communication
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Voter turnout (GOTV)
Youth outreach

Qualifications:
While it is preferred you have campaign experience and some knowledge and/or background in Georgia, all candidates are welcomed to apply

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Grassroots Director
Alex Mooney for US House (WV-02)
West Virginia
www.mooneyforcongress.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable
End date: Through November, 2014 

Salary: $1,000 per month; housing provided, with a monthly food stipend of $200

Description:
Coordinate door to door activity and group meet and greet events.  Drive the candidate wherever he needs to go, keep him on schedule and help make his schedule.  Return phone calls, stuff envelopes, find volunteers and do whatever else needs to get done.

Responsibilities:
Coalition building
Data maintenance
Event planning
Volunteer communication
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Voter turnout (GOTV)
Youth outreach

Additional responsibilities will include driving, as this is a very large district; working with scheduling; and assisting my fundraising staff. 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume (please include all political activity)

[APPLY NOW]

 

Organizations

2014-2015 Koch Associate Program (KAP)
Charles Koch Institute
Washington, DC
www.charleskochinstitute.org 

Deadline to apply: March 1, 2014

Start date: June 23, 2014
End date: June 23, 2015 

Salary: TBD

Description:
Economic freedom improves the well-being of people around the world, and the Koch Associate Program is a challenging opportunity for individuals who want to become more effective at advancing economic freedom throughout their careers.

Associates spend one day a week immersed in Market-Based Management® curriculum while working full-time in Washington, DC. The program not only connects you with full-time positions at non-profit partner organizations, but also includes weekly professional education. It’s a unique chance to combine your profession with your passion while expanding your knowledge, skills, and network. 

Qualifications:
Solid understanding of free-market principles
Commitment to limited government and the advancement of individual liberty
Typically, a minimum of a bachelor’s degree
Solid academic record
Strong interest in learning and applying MBM® in a non-profit setting
Desire to become a better and more equipped professional
Demonstration of entrepreneurial thinking. 

Additional application materials required:
Resume and an online application

 [APPLY NOW]

 

Field Coordinator
Youth Leadership PAC
Minnesota
www.ylpac.org 

Salary: $2,500/month

Start date: July, 2014; specific starting date is negotiable
End date: November, 2014 

Description:
The Youth Leadership PAC is seeking full-time field coordinators to identify and mobilize college conservative activists in target districts and precincts across the state of Minnesota.

Responsibilities:
Coalition building
Volunteer phone banking
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Vote turnout (GOTV)
Youth outreach

Qualifications:
The ideal field coordinator has canvassing experience and previously worked with conservative student organizations at a post-secondary institution.

Additional application materials required:
Resume and two-to-three references

[APPLY NOW]

 

Marketing Analyst 
Market Research Foundation
Fairfax, VA

Salary: Monthly salary based on experience

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Description:
Market Research Foundation is currently seeking individuals to participate in its 2014 training program. Successful applicants will be trained to use high end predictive modeling and database software to more effectively execute traditional grassroots campaigning.  The program will initially entail 3 months of training at the office in Fairfax, VA.

Those who complete the classroom portion will then be positioned for a field assignment; which will run through November of 2014, to test what they have learned. A stipend and living expenses will be provided.

Responsibilities:
Data maintenance
Messaging/strategy

Qualifications:
A basic comprehension in mathematics is necessary to effectively use required software

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

State Director
Generation Opportunity
Various States
www.generationopportunity.org 

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience

Description:
Generation Opportunity is seeking State Directors who possess the ability to conduct national grassroots organizing campaigns on a statewide level. Preferred experience includes: national political campaigns, voter identification and turnout campaigns, and/or issue specific education initiatives. Our organization is a national, nonpartisan, youth advocacy organization equipping young people with the knowledge, resources, and tools to advocate for policy solutions that expand economic opportunity for a specific generation.

Responsibilities:
Create and implement a strategic plan for rapid mobilization and coalition development in grassroots strategy
Mobilize and educate grassroots activists on issues within the organization's mission
Manage activists and volunteers to advance policy initiatives that bring about institutional change on the local, state, and federal levels
Assist Director of Field Activism to create and implement a state-wide activist action plan on national, state, and local issues of importance
Craft and implement a strategic plan that defines and measures success for the state organization
Build relations for the state with political, business, and community leaders
Work with coalition partners, national and other state staffers to sustain state operations
Draft and prepare op-eds; utilize and update websites and social media (Facebook, Twitter) as related to issues of importance to the state on conjunction with the communications team
Create and cultivate relationships with supporters at the state level 

Qualifications:
A Bachelor's Degree with at least five years of experience in grassroots operations and campaign work is preferable; similar combination of education and experience will be considered
Must possess a familiarity with the structure of federal, state, and local government
Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment, while integrating a high degree of attention to detail and organization
Ability to travel extensively and work remotely with limited supervision
Outstanding communication skills, both written and oral
Experience cultivating relationships with high-profile individuals
Strong attention to detail and excellent problem-solving skills
 A firm commitment too advancing every individual's right to economic freedom and opportunity through free markets

Additional application materials required:
 Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Regional Digital Director
Generation Opportunity
Various States
www.generationopportunity.org

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience

Description:
Generation Opportunity seeks a regional digital director to join its cutting-edge digital field operation that empowers young Americans to engage in the political process. This person will manage the various social media platforms and web tools for focus states. The regional digital director is responsible for social media content, e-newsletters, web communications, and strategic marketing for designated organizational programs within an assigned region. The position will manage a small team of digital field coordinators and will provide support for the planning, development and coordination of both internal and external communications and action projects.

Responsibilities:
 Write, edit and review state-based communications for client social media sites
Coordinate the development, implementation and completion of special projects related to internal and/or external communications initiatives
Monitor social mentions of the organization, peer organizations, and relevant topics in focus states; respond, when appropriate, to build relationships within the community and with key influencers
Maintain and grow an email marketing program to communicate with target audiences
Brainstorm and execute creative approaches to motivate young people to interact and utilize digital platforms created by the organization’s technology team
Manage junior digital field staff in a collaborative work environment that maximizes the program’s impact

Qualifications:
 A bachelor’s degree in a related field (public relations, journalism or marketing) required
1-3 years’ experience on Capitol Hill, with a campaign, non-profit issue advocacy, or digital communications are preferred
1+ years of experience in email and social media marketing is a plus
Previous experience at a free-market nonprofit organization is a plus
Working knowledge of media markets, general marketing, and public relations communications and research
Strong understanding of email marketing, including targeting, delivery implementation, best practices, and metrics is preferred
Extensive understanding of social media trends and ability to measure and evaluate successes (and failures)
Excellent writing and editing skills and a proven track record of creative, outside-the-box thinking
A deep interest in communicating economic policies to mainstream audiences
The ability to work both independently and as part of a team, including the ability to communicate with peers throughout a global organization
Excellent project management and organizational skills
Understanding of current technologies available and willingness to explore new platforms
Design experience, video production, and web development (HTML, CSS, Javascript, etc.) would be a plus but is not required
Understanding of and passion for the ideas of liberty

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume 

[APPLY NOW]

 

State Events Coordinator
Generation Opportunity
Various States
www.generationopportunity.org

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience

Description:
Generation Opportunity seeks several State Event Coordinators to oversee and execute the organization’s grassroots efforts in several geographic areas. This position will support the organization in engaging the millennial generation to advocate for free market principles. This position reports to the State Director.

Responsibilities:
Collaborate with National Management and the State Director in developing a local grassroots strategy for mobilizing advocacy efforts and activities, finding innovative approaches to engage the target demographic, managing logistics and communication for media, events, and organizational outreach, and managing the volunteer program, budget, and logistics
Develop, promote, and carry out multiple monthly events to promote and build the organization
Develop and deploy leadership and grassroots volunteer advocacy networks
Interact with and reach out to representatives of key legacy networks within the target demographic
Direct events geared towards recruiting and briefing leaders about compliance issues related to grassroots activities
Maintain constant dialogue with active members of the grassroots leadership and extended network

Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s degree and 1 – 5 years’ experience with grassroots operations, event building, and/or campaign work is preferred
Previous experience with the target demographic is desirable
The ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment while integrating a high degree of attention to detail and organization

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Regional Digital Coordinator
Generation Opportunity
Various States
www.generationopportunity.org

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience

Description:
Generation Opportunity seeks passionate and persuasive Regional Digital Coordinators, to join its cutting-edge digital field operation that empowers young Americans to engage in the political process. The Regional Digital Coordinators will monitor and engage in various state-based social media platforms and web tools. The position is responsible for social media content, e-newsletters, and web communications within a specified region, in order further the mission of the organization.

Responsibilities:
Write, edit and review state-based communications for social media sites
Monitor social mentions of the organization, organizational peers, and relevant topics in focus states; respond, when appropriate, to build relationships within community and with key influencers
Maintain and grow an email marketing program to communicate with desired audiences
Brainstorm and execute creative approaches to motivate young people to interact and utilize the digital platforms created by our technology team

Qualifications:
A bachelor’s degree in a related field (public relations, journalism or marketing) required
At least one year work experience are strongly preferred
Familiarity with the social media landscape and the use of social media for marketing—and a strong commitment to staying up-to-date on the latest trends while on the job
The ability to create, and curate, social media content and measure and evaluate social media successes (and failures)
Excellent writing and editing skills and a proven track record of creative, outside-the-box thinking
A deep interest in communicating economic policies to mainstream audiences
The ability to work both independently and as part of a team, including the ability to communicate with peers throughout a global organization
Excellent project management and organizational skills
Previous experience at a free-market nonprofit organization, a plus
An understanding of email marketing, including targeting, delivery implementation, best practices, and metrics preferred
Understanding of current technologies available and willingness to explore new platforms
Design experience, video production, and web development (HTML, CSS, Javascript, etc.) is a plus but is not required
Understanding of and passion for the ideas of liberty 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume
 
 
 
 

State Volunteer Coordinator
Generation Opportunity
Various States
www.generationopportunity.org

State date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience

Description:
Generation Opportunity seeks several State Volunteer Coordinators to oversee and execute the organization’s grassroots efforts in several geographic areas. This position will support the organization in engaging the millennial generation to advance free market principles by growing grassroots networks that will supply advocates and local community volunteers. This position will report to the State Director.

Responsibilities:
Collaborate with National Management and the State Director in developing a local grassroots strategy for organizing and mobilizing advocacy efforts and activities, and in managing the volunteer program, budget, and logistics
Develop, grow, and maintain an active volunteer network to assist with various goals and projects and to help with event planning, implementation, and turnout
Develop and deploy leadership and grassroots volunteer advocacy networks
Interact with and reach out to representatives of key legacy networks within the target demographic
Research and produce a list of networks active in their local area of operations
Recruit, brief and direct volunteer leadership, with a special emphasis on compliance
Support media, event, and organizational outreach and communication efforts with local teams and leaders
Maintain constant dialogue with active members of the grassroots leadership and extended network

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 3 – 5 years’ experience with grassroots operations and/or campaign work is preferred
Previous experience with the target demographic is desirable
Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment while integrating a high degree of attention to detail and organization
Strong analytical, research, and problem solving skills

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Field Assistant
Political Non-Profit Organization
Arlington, VA

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: $30-40,000 based on experience, with benefits and possibility of annual bonus

Description:
A political non-profit is seeking a Field Assistant to provide administrative and operations assistance to their Field Department. This organization’s mission is to inform U.S. Hispanic communities about economic freedom principles and values such as free enterprise, limited government, and personal responsibility.

Responsibilities:
Support the Field Department with tasks that include coordinating schedules, travel, and communication with various staff
Prepare reports, presentations, memorandums, proposals, and correspondence for various departments
Coordinate office events, conference room scheduling, and meetings for the field staff
Assist in the accounting review and records process
Coordinate IT support for the field staff
Assist office staff in maintaining files and databases, as directed

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree, required
Working knowledge of fiscally conservative issues is preferred but not required
Self-motivated, organized team player, with a high sense of urgency and ability to handle multiple projects at one time
Outstanding communication skills, both written and oral
Bilingual in English and Spanish, required
Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment, while integrating a high degree of attention to detail and organization
Comprehensive skills in Microsoft Office Suite / Adobe
Ability to handle sensitive/confidential information
Possesses a friendly professional demeanor and positive phone presence

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Field Director
Americans for Prosperity
Various States
www.americansforprosperity.org

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Based on experience

Description:
Americans for Prosperity is seeking two field coordinators, one in the state of Ohio, and one in the state of Wisconsin.

The Field Coordinator will work to build grassroots activities through phone banking, door to door canvassing and social media networking while reporting to the National Field Director. Through grassroots event trainings, the field coordinator will organize, recruit, and engage volunteers to become active within their local community. The ideal candidate will have a background in grassroots advocacy with a strong interest and understanding of social media techniques.

Responsibilities:
Build grassroots relations for the organization and state chapter with political, business, media and community leaders, as planned by the State Director and National Field Director 
Mobilize and educate grassroots activists on issues within the organization’s mission
Utilize activists to become involved in AFP volunteer phone banking, door to door
canvassing, and social media networking on state-based policy initiatives
Represent the organization by attending and speaking at local grassroots events for recruitment and education purposes
Organize and plan state and local educational rallies and other grassroots events, including the phone bank setup process

Qualifications:
Experience with grassroots operations and/or event planning preferable
Outstanding communication skills, both written and oral
Strong attention to detail and excellent problem solving skills
Ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively with state and national staff, in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
Integrity, humility, and an entrepreneurial attitude
A positive attitude and an earnest interest in providing good customer service to our members, partners, and all state chapters
A firm commitment to advancing every individual's right to economic freedom and opportunity through free markets 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and salary history/requirements

[APPLY NOW]

 

Communications Manager
Students for Liberty
Washington, DC
www.studentsforliberty.org 

Salary: TBD

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Description:
Students For Liberty is seeking an exceptionally solution-oriented, organized, analytical, and yet creative individual with team-leadership experience and a strong background in communications and marketing to serve as SFL’s Communications Manager, overseeing the international communications network for the student movement for liberty and student marketing strategy for SFL.

Candidates must be entrepreneurial, with a strong drive to create and innovate. Very strong writing skills, attention to detail, competence in quantitative analysis, ability to take action quickly, a sense of humor, and an understanding of millennial libertarianism is essential.

Responsibilities:
Develop strategy for cohesive branding across online platforms and across the globe
Create a reporting and analytics system to continually build strategy and provide feedback on social and web content. Organize online marketing analysis, reporting, and strategy
Develop new marketing platforms, channels, and partnerships. Identify new marketing technology and product opportunities
Prioritize and optimize media relationships
Conduct media outreach for SFL events
Provide ideas, guidance, and feedback on marketing initiatives, blog posts, and design projects throughout the content creation process
Provide leadership and professional development for the communications team.

Qualifications:
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Google AdWords
Google Analytics, Facebook Insights, and other emerging web analytic platforms
WordPress website platform
Social media marketing, including experience with both organic and paid messaging on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, as well as emerging social media platforms
Email marketing and online newsletter platforms
Demonstrable team leadership and management skills
Exceptional written, verbal communication, organization, and management skills
Working knowledge of marketing research
Strong analytical and creative thinking skills
Public relations and media outreach

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

LearnLiberty Internship
Institute for Humane Studies
Arlington, VA
www.theihs.org 

Salary: TBD

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Description:
The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) seeks an intern to contribute to our project's marketing and social media efforts for Learn Liberty, a rapidly growing, experimental project of the Institute for Humane Studies, dedicated to educating students online about the ideas of liberty. If you appreciate the value of social media and have a passion for spreading liberty, we want you!

Applicants should have a basic understanding of free market principles, be familiar with social media trends, and be deeply committed to the ideas of classical liberalism.

Responsibilities:
Assisting with social media campaigns and Learn Liberty contests
Writing original copy for email newsletters, video descriptions, social media and marketing campaigns
Creating graphics for video promotions and social media campaigns
Measuring and analyzing website and new media traffic with Google Analytics, bitly, and other tools
Using new media to directly engage with Learn Liberty's audience
Creatively leveraging new media to drive organic traffic to Learn Liberty videos 

Qualifications:
Qualified candidates will possess the following:
Self-motivation and willingness to ask questions
Attention to detail
Basic familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite
Basic familiarity with graphic design; innovative ideas for addressing tough challenges
Ability to learn quickly
Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
Basic understanding of new media platforms (YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google+)

Prior experience is not required. We accept interns of all ages and experience levels, and international applicants with a visa status that allows employment in the US. 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume; in your one-page cover letter, please include: how you learned about IHS's summer internship program; why you are interested in working with IHS, specifically the Learn Liberty team; your experience with or exposure to classical liberal/libertarian ideas; your professional and academic experiences that are relevant to the internship; when you are available to start.

[APPLY NOW]

 

Liberty@Work Associate
Charles Koch Institute
www.charleskochinstitute.org

Salary: TBD; determined by partnering organization

Description:
From coast to coast, the study and advancement of economic freedom continues at state-based organizations. Liberty@Work™ is a web-based professional education and training program for individuals interested in advancing economic freedom. In collaboration with state-based non-profit organizations from all across the country, participants have the chance to undergo management training for four hours every Wednesday and further expand their skills and network while working in full-time positions. Additionally, participants travel to Washington, DC for the first week of the program and meet in-person for two other professional education summits.

Through Market-Based Management® workshops, instructors, group projects, and reading discussions, the professional and management capabilities of each individual will be developed. In addition to the online education and training, participants gain access to a network of more than 800 professionals and dozens of non-profit partner organizations.

Responsibilities:
Coalition building
Event planning
Fundraising
Media relations
Messaging/strategy
Youth outreach

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Field Staff
National Association for Gun Rights
www.nationalgunrights.org 

Salary: $1,200 per month; housing provided; food provided

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Description: Field staff with National Association for Gun Rights, who will be placed in several different states, will be tasked with engaging in grassroots activism, organizing, fundraising, and general outreach, as well as lobbying during the legislative season and election cycles; a main component of your position will include directing voter outreach efforts, such as designing and producing mail and other literature used for lobbying efforts.

Responsibilities:
Data maintenance
Event planning
Fundraising
Messaging/strategy
Volunteer communication
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door) 

Qualifications:
This is an entry-level job that will require hard work and a basic commitment to the Second Amendment.

Additional application materials required:
Resume 

[APPLY NOW]

 

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Internships

 

Capitol Hill

  

HOUSE AND SENATE INTERNSHIPS, SUMMER 2014

In the Washington, DC offices, internships run throughout the fall, spring, or summer semesters for college students. Although most internships in congressional offices are unpaid, students gain invaluable work experience. The hours are flexible to accommodate students' schedules and they may be willing to work with candidates available only part-time, but generally run 9:00 am to 6:00 pm when Congress is in session, and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm when not in session.

In Washington, interns' responsibilities will vary. They may be asked to answer phones, run errands, give Capitol tours, enter data, research legislation for the Member and legislative staff, attend hearings and briefings, and answer constituent letters on various issues before the House; tasks vary from office to office. As a result, interns learn about the legislative process and the many other functions of a congressional office.

Preference is typically given to applicants who have some connection with the congressman's state (i.e. attended school, grew up in, currently resides in the respective state, etc). We strongly encourage you to consider applying to states to which you have a connection.

If you would like to apply to an office not listed, please email jobs@yaliberty.org with the name of the legislator for whom you would like to work, along with your resume and a cover letter.

Summer Internship
Rep. Justin Amash (MI-03)
Washington, DC

Start date: June 15, 2014
End date: August, 2014 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and a writing sample

[APPLY NOW]

 

Spring and Summer Internship
Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (MI-11)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and three references

[APPLY NOW]

 

Summer Internship
Rep. Paul Broun (GA-10)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and three references

[APPLY NOW]

 

Summer Internship
Rep. John Campbell (CA-45)
Washington, DC

Both part-time and full-time internships are available

Qualifications:
Display good communication skills, written and verbal
Interested in the legislative process

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, three letters of recommendation, and a writing sample

[APPLY NOW]

 

Summer Internship
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (UT-03)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Resume, two writing samples, and a letter of recommendation

[APPLY NOW]

 

Summer Internship
Rep. Tom Cotton (AR-04)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and three references

[APPLY NOW]

 

Summer Internship
Rep. Jeff Duncan (SC-03)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, three references, and a writing sample

[APPLY NOW]

 

Summer Internship
Rep. John Duncan (TN-03)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW]

 

Summer Internship
Rep. Paul Gosar (AZ-04)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and two writing samples

[APPLY NOW]

 

Summer Internship
Rep. Trey Gowdy (SC-04)
Washington, DC

Qualifications:
Rising Junior or Senior class standing
3.0 cumulative GPA
Demonstrated record of community service 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, university transcript, and three letters of recommendation 

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Summer Internship
Rep. Tom Graves (GA-14)
Washington, DC 

Qualifications:
Current student who has completed a minimum of one year of undergraduate education

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and an unofficial university transcript

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Summer Internship
Rep. Morgan Griffith (VA-09)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. Vicky Hartzler (MO-04)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. Tim Huelskamp (KS-01)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, three references, and a letter of recommendation

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Summer Internship
Rep. Walter Jones (NC-03)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and three references

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Summer Internship
Rep. Raul Labrador (ID-01)
Washington, DC

Qualifications:
Display good writing skills
Microsoft Word and Excel 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Spring and Summer Internship
Rep. Thomas Massie (KY-04)
Washington, DC

Rep. Massie's office is now seeking spring interns to start immediately; summer interns will start in May or June

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. Tom McClintock (CA-04)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. Mick Mulvaney (NC-04)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. Reid Ribble (WI-08)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. Todd Rokita (IN-04)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. David Schweikert (AZ-06)
Washington, DC

Qualifications:
Accepts students who have completed at least four semesters of undergraduate study prior
Excellent communication skills, written and verbal 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. Steve Stockman (TX-36)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and three reference letters

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Summer Internship
Rep. Rob Woodall (GA-07)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Rep. Ted Yoho (FL-03)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Summer Internship
Sen. Ted Cruz (TX)
Washington, DC

Students who have completed their sophomore year of college with a strong interest in public policy are preferred

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, one-page resume, three letters of recommendation, a university transcript, and a one-to-two page college writing sample

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Summer Internship
Sen. Jeff Flake (AZ)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and a writing sample from school or work

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Summer Internship
Sen. Ron Johnson (WI)
Washington, DC

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, one-page resume, three letters of recommendation, a university transcript, and a one-to-two page college writing sample

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Summer Internship
Sen. Mike Lee (UT)
Washington, DC

Qualifications:
Excellent communication skills, written and verbal
Undergraduate students only
Graduating students may apply for the semester immediately following their graduation
A connection to Utah (i.e. local university, grew up in Utah, currently residing in Utah, etc) 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume; include explanation of relation to Utah

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Summer Internship
Sen. Rand Paul (KY)
Washington, DC

Deadline to apply: March 1, 2014

Summer session 1: June 2 - July 4
Summer session 2: July 7 - August 8

A living stipend may be provided.

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Jobs - Campaigns

Campaign Intern
Greg Brannon for US Senate
Raleigh, NC
www.gregbrannon.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request 

Description:
The campaign is looking for highly motivated students and recent graduates that want to help Dr. Brannon get elected.

Interns must be able to commit 10 hours a week to the campaign, and be ready to work hard and have fun. We are currently hiring interns in the Raleigh area, but we encourage everyone around the state to apply as we will be hiring in other areas shortly. We also will accept telecommuting interns on a case by case basis.

Responsibilities:
Accounting
Coalition building
Data maintenance
Event planning
Fundraising
Media relations
Messaging/strategy
Volunteer communication
Volunteer phone banking
Voter recruitment/coordination
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Voter turnout (GOTV)
Youth outreach

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Communications Intern
Chris McDaniel for US Senate
Mississippi
www.mcdaniel2014.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request

Description:
The Chris McDaniel for US Senate campaign is seeking interns with good communication skills to aid the director of communications.

Responsibilities:
Develop and utilize social media strategies
Draft press releases
Draft media alerts
Record and edit video and photos
Plan and publicize campaign events
Write and edit the campaign website
Work with the communications team to develop a communication strategy
Draft press kits
Schedule interviews

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Field Intern
Chris McDaniel for US Senate
Mississippi
www.mcdaniel2014.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request

Description:
The Chris McDaniel for US Senate campaign is seeking interns for the campaign's official field program.

Responsibilities:
Develop get-out-the-vote (GOTV) strategies
Plan events and meetings for the candidate
Expand and manage voter outreach program
Provide voters with campaign literature and information
Identify key events at which the campaign ought to have a presence
Work with campaign staff to ensure campaign literature is delivered to specific regions
Work to ensure campaign's exposure is maximized

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Campaign Intern
Andrew Walter for  US House (AZ-09)
Tempe, AZ
www.andrewwalter2014.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date in March is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request

Description:
Interns on the Andrew Walter for US House campaign will be tasked with a large variety of duties. During different times of the campaign, these duties will adapt. In general, campaign interns will oversee volunteer recruitment, perform basic office duties, manage various grassroots activities, lead phone banking operations, and staff campaign events.

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Campaign Intern
Justin Amash for US House (MI-03)
Grand Rapids, MI
www.amashforcongress.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request

Description:
As the campaign develops and Election Day approaches, campaign interns' responsibilities will change. These responsibilities will include developing and managing volunteer recruitment efforts, overseeing voter outreach programs, including phone banking and canvassing efforts, staffing various campaign events, performing basic office duties, and assisting in the get-out-the-vote program.

Qualifications:
Applicants must be committed individuals who believe in the cause of liberty. Additionally, preferred applicants should exhibit the qualities of responsibility, punctuality, hard-working, interest in learning and developing new skills, acute attention to detail, and good communication skills.

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Campaign Intern
Igor Birman for US House (CA-07)
Folsom, CA
www.igorbirman.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid with possibility of monthly salary in the future; potential of housing and food provided; school credit available upon request

Description:
With the primary election quickly approaching -- June 3 -- campaign interns' responsibilities will include, but not limited to a variety of campaign-related tasks, focusing on voter outreach and communication. Campaign interns will work directly with the campaign manager and field director to ensure goals are met, and the campaign is moving forward.

Responsibilities:
Volunteer recruitment and management
Voter outreach (phone banking and door-to-door)
Event planning and managing
Execution of get-out-the-vote (GOTV) efforts leading up to Election Day

Qualifications:
Applicants must be energetic, ambitious, and committed individuals who believe in the cause of liberty. Additionally, preferred applicants should exhibit the qualities of responsibility, punctuality, hard-working, interest in learning and developing new skills, acute attention to details, and good communication skills.

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Campaign Intern
Bryan Smith for US House (ID-02)
Idaho Falls, ID
www.bryansmithforcongress.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request

Description:
As the campaign develops and Election Day approaches, campaign interns' responsibilities will change. These responsibilities will include developing and managing volunteer recruitment efforts, overseeing voter outreach programs, including phone banking and canvassing efforts, staffing various campaign events, performing basic office duties, and assisting in the get-out-the-vote program.

Qualifications:
Applicants must be committed individuals who believe in the cause of liberty. Additionally, preferred applicants should exhibit the qualities of responsibility, punctuality, hard-working, interest in learning and developing new skills, acute attention to detail, and good communication skills.

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Campaign Intern
Barry Loudermilk for US House (GA-11)
Cassville, GA
www.loudermilkforcongress.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request

Description:
As the campaign develops and Election Day approaches, campaign interns' responsibilities will change. These responsibilities will include developing and managing volunteer recruitment efforts, overseeing voter outreach programs, including phone banking and canvassing efforts, staffing various campaign events, performing basic office duties, and assisting in the get-out-the-vote program.

Qualifications:
Applicants must be committed individuals who believe in the cause of liberty. Additionally, preferred applicants should exhibit the qualities of responsibility, punctuality, hard-working, interest in learning and developing new skills, acute attention to detail, and good communication skills.

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Campaign Intern
Paul Broun for US Senate
Athens, GA
www.paulbroun.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request

Description:
As the campaign develops and Election Day approaches, campaign interns' responsibilities will change. These responsibilities will include developing and managing volunteer recruitment efforts, overseeing voter outreach programs, including phone banking and canvassing efforts, staffing various campaign events, performing basic office duties, and assisting in the get-out-the-vote program.

Qualifications:
Applicants must be committed individuals who believe in the cause of liberty. Additionally, preferred applicants should exhibit the qualities of responsibility, punctuality, hard-working, interest in learning and developing new skills, acute attention to detail, and good communication skills.

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Field Intern
Matt Bevin for US Senate
Kentucky
www.mattbevin.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: Unpaid, school credit available upon request 

Description:
The Matt Bevin for Senate campaign is looking for smart, energetic, and fun people who are interested in fighting for conservative values, gaining experience in campaigns, and working hard in one of the highest profile Senate races in years.

Interns will work day-to-day with top political operatives and the candidate. They will also receive first-hand experience on how professional campaigns are run.

Responsibilities:
Answering phones
Data entry
Handling Correspondence
Research projects
Occasional writing
Assisting staff members with various tasks 

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Management Intern
Robert Dold for US House (IL-10)
Illinois
www.doldforcongress.com

Start date: June, 2014; specific starting date is negotiable
End date: November, 2014

Salary: Monthly salary based on experience 

Description:
For this position, we are looking for committed individuals that will be at the forefront of our grassroots campaign. Part of the job description includes volunteer coordination, event organization and data retrieval. Qualified candidates are comfortable with networking, capable of maintaining and articulating the campaign message, and willing to truly become community leaders.

Responsibilities:
Coalition building
Data maintenance
Event planning
Volunteer communication
Volunteer phone banking
Volunteer recruitment/coordination
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Voter turnout (GOTV)

Additional application materials required
Cover letter and resume

[APPLY NOW] 

 

Campaign Intern
Paul Hannosh for US House (CA-08)
California
www.paulhannosh.com

Start date: Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable
End date: Flexible; possibly until November, 2014 

Salary: Unpaid with possibility of monthly salary in the future, school credit available upon request

Description:
Intern will answer emails, make phone calls, organize precinct walks and perform other duties delegated by the campaign manager.  The position could lead to a paid position or if elected, paid staffer.

Responsibilities:
Data maintenance
Media relations
Messaging/strategy
Volunteer phone banking
Voter contact (direct mail, door-to-door)
Voter turnout (GOTV)

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Organizations

Communications Intern
Political Non-Profit Organization
Arlington, VA

Start date:  Immediate availability; specific starting date is negotiable

Salary: $10/hour

Description:
An independent 501(c)4 grassroots organization is looking for a Communication Intern to assist the communication department. The client's objective is to educate and motivate a previously untapped demographic in support of the ultimate goal of active and long-term support for policies that embrace and promote fiscally conservative principles. This message will be spread through a variety of media to both the target demographic and a wider audience.

Responsibilities:
Assist the communications staff in writing effective pitches, talking points, and press releases
Assist the communications staff in scheduling and recording interviews for key spokespersons
Build and maintain relationships with local and national media contacts
Maintain media clips, social media coverage, and press database
Research potential opportunities with conferences, organizations, and bloggers
Assist in developing strategies for informing press and the community-at-large about critical issues that affect the organization's mission
Handle day-to-day tasks assigned by management

Qualifications:
Currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or related field
Possess strong oral and written communication skills
Self-starter, detail-oriented, organized, and committed to excellence
Working knowledge of social media platforms and tools including Twitter and Facebook
Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with sometimes changing priorities
An understanding of free market principles and a passion for advancing the mission of the organization is required

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume 

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Journalism Internship
Franklin Center
Washington, DC, New York City, NY, and other metropolitan areas
www.franklincenter.org

Application deadline: April 15, 2014

Start date: early June
End date: 10 weeks after start-date

Salary: $4,000 stipend

Description:
The Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity has taken over the Institute for Humane Studies’ Journalism Program, offering competitive paid internships to college students and young professionals while providing them valuable experience on their road to a career in journalism. In Franklin Center’s inaugural year at the helm of the program, students will participate in a 10-week, full-time paid internship and distance learning through the University of California—Irvine.

Students participating in the Franklin Center’s program have the option of four main tracks: New Media, Investigative Journalism, Broadcast and Print Media. While interns will be placed at the discretion of the program director based on student interests, students will have the opportunity to learn at prestigious outlets across the country as they cultivate relationships with mentors from Franklin Center’s own Watchdog.org and network with professionals in their placement cities.

Franklin Center offers a $4,000 stipend for the 10-week program, paid in monthly installments. Additionally, interns may receive up to $700 in travel to the internship location, if needed. Participants will be responsible for arranging and paying for their own housing at the internship site.

This internship program will cover free-market philosophy as well as basic business concepts and public administration so that students will leave at the end of the summer with the confidence and abilities to pursue future career placements. At the Franklin Center, training in technology, reporting, writing, interviewing and marketing is a regular feature of the work cycle. Completion of the course will result in Continuing Education units transferable to undergraduate and graduate degrees.

Qualifications:
Current undergraduate students, graduate students, or recent graduates (of any major) interested in a career in journalism are encouraged to apply. Strong writing skills and passion for free-market principles are a must.

Additional application materials required:
Resume and three writing samples

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Summer Internship
FreedomWorks
Washington, DC
www.freedomworks.org

Start date: Summer; hours are flexible

Description:
As an intern for FreedomWorks, you may have the opportunity to monitor hearings and press conferences on Capitol Hill and at the White House. You may also attend conferences and seminars, conduct research on economic policy topics, assist with grassroots events and mobilization efforts, assist with various publications, in addition to providing general office support to the staff. What you do while here depends on the department you work for. You may also receive training on computer software to help you prepare reports and correspondence. Internships are limited in number. Interns gain valuable experience and make career contacts. You may also be able to earn academic credit from your college or university. Work hours and issue areas are flexible. Your experience and assignments will vary based on the area you are interested in within FreedomWorks.

We are conveniently located on Capitol Hill, just steps from the Capitol and Senate buildings. Our office is located across the street from Union Station.

Qualifications:
Strong commitment to free-market ideas and public policy
Basic knowledge of computer software, such as Microsoft Office
Eager to assist in turning ideas generated by think tanks into action
 

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter and resume

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Internship
Americans for Tax Reform
Washington, DC
www.atr.org

Salary: $8.25 per hour

Description:
Americans for Tax Reform offers the chance to work alongside some of the best political advocates in Washington, as well as the opportunity for increasing responsibility. Interns are assigned to work on policy issues side by side with members of our staff. As a key part of the ATR team, interns work on projects such as the Taxpayer Protection Pledge (both federal and state candidates pledge not to raise taxes), the American Shareholders (focusing on eliminating the Death Tax, expanding Lifetime Savings Accounts and Retirement Savings Accounts, and social security reform), and the Cost of Government Day, a report identifying and calculating government spending as a cost to taxpayers. 

Responsibilities:
Legislative and political research
Drafting policy briefs
Writing press releases and blogs
Attending meetings
Assisting events

Qualifications:
Well organized
Responsible
Effective under deadlines
Exceptional communication skills, written and verbal
Strong interest in tax reform and economic policy
Undergraduate or graduate student

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, writing sample (no more than five pages), and three references

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Internship
Bill of Rights Institute
Washington, DC
www.billofrightsinstitute.org

Salary: Unpaid

Description:
The mission of the Bill of Rights Institute is to educate young people about the words and ideas of America’s Founders, the liberties guaranteed in our Founding documents, and how our Founding principles continue to affect and shape a free society. It is the goal of the Institute to help the next generation understand the freedom and opportunity the Constitution offers.

The Institute is always looking for talented individuals that have a passion for educating young people about the Constitution to join our team. We have unpaid internship opportunities available throughout the year.

Additional application materials required:
Resume

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Internship
Campaign for Liberty
Springfield, VA
www.campaignforliberty.org

Salary: Monthly stipend TBD

Description:
Campaign for Liberty is looking for dedicated, liberty-minded high school or college students to intern for our fall semester.

In the past, motivated C4L interns found great job opportunities in the liberty movement following their time here. Many former interns now find themselves working on Capitol Hill, for influential non-profits and other political endeavors across the country!

Office hours are from 8:30am – 5:00pm.

Responsibilities:
Answering phones
Handling correspondence
Data entry
Research projects
Occasional blogging
Organizing petition drives to Congress
Assisting staff members

Additional application materials required:
Resume and writing sample

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Internship
Capital Research Center
Washington, DC
www.capitalresearch.org

Salary: Unpaid

Description:
Capital Research Center is an investigative think tank and the leading source for information on left-wing/Progressive organizations and their donors. CRC investigates the aims and activities of left-liberal special-interest groups, along with their donors and other sources of funding. The Center examines how these groups operate and analyzes their impact on our politics and society. It exposes cronyism, corruption, and political deception in Washington, D.C., and in all 50 states.

Some days begin with a staff meeting at 8:30 or 9 a.m. Interns are expected to attend. Hours are 8:30-5:30.

Responsibilities:
Conduct research
Assist in the preparation of op-eds and CRC reports
Write for CRC’s blog and its print publications
Research and write for CRC publications
Write a newspaper op-ed and a lead article for one of CRC's newsletters

Qualifications:
Computer literate
Skilled in research
Excellent writer

Additional application materials required:
Cover letter, resume, and two writing samples, reflecting an understanding of free-market ideas or that explain complex issues in simple terms.

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Summer 2014 Koch Internship Program (KIP)
Charles Koch Institute
Washington, DC
www.charleskochinstitute.org

Deadline to apply: March 1, 2014

Start date: June 2, 2014
End date: August 15, 2014

Salary: $10 per hour

Description:
The Koch Internship Program is a paid opportunity for students and recent graduates who are interested in free-market ideas and want to gain the tools to become more effective advocates for economic freedom. Interns work in substantive roles at think tanks, policy institutes, and grassroots organizations. In addition to the professional experience, interns are challenged through professional education and training seminars each week.

Possible roles include: policy research, non-profit operations, marketing and communications, leadership and talent development, fundraising, legal work, and grassroots education.

Qualifications:
Must be available 20 to 40 hours each week, including all day on Tuesdays

Additional application materials required:
Resume and an online application

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