Tomorrow is the deadline to apply for a free, seven-week program offered by PolicyMic.com that will train you to become an effective, pithy, publishable political news and opinion writer for the cause of liberty.
PolicyMic.com is AFF’s partner in getting the liberty message out to new audiences of young people. We’ve worked with them to host debate questions from the Chicago chapter’s event last week (“Is income inequality unjust?” “Does the presidential race actually matter?” and “Is Ron Paul’s foreign policy dangerous?”). And last week, they published a widely-read (and commented) piece I wrote on Ron Paul’s long-term impact on U.S. politics.
Now you can learn how to post great content on their website and elsewhere through this program.
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All work can be done remotely, with a flexible time schedule. To apply, please send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline is tomorrow (February 3rd), so apply now!
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