Want to affect public policy at one of many non-profit organizations across the country? Liberty@Work is a full-time job and professional education program for individuals who want to be advocates for economic freedom at the state level.
Through the program, participants will work full time as employees at one of many public policy organizations located in cities across the nation. In addition to having a substantive job, participants will engage in half a day of professional education and training each week. Through interactive video technology, employees of various organizations will come together to participate in group projects, workshops, reading discussions, and more, all aimed at making participants more effective advocates of liberty.
Possible jobs include: policy research, non-profit operations, marketing and communications, leadership and talent development, fundraising, legal work, and grassroots education.
For more information or to apply for Liberty@Work, please visit: http://www.libertyatwork.org
The application deadline is May 1, 2012. The program will run from July 30, 2012 till May 17, 2013.
Have questions? Contact Maggie Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Liberty@Work is a full-time educational program and participants receive a competitive wage and benefits package commensurate with experience and education from participating partner organizations. The Charles Koch Institute admits applicants of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.