This post originally appeared on Free the Future on April 10, 2012.
To DC or Not to DC: That Is the Question
Are you passionate about liberty and looking for an internship or full-time job at a non-profit? For many, the logical next step would be to come to Washington, D.C. However, there are full-time opportunities to advance economic freedom at organizations across the country.
If you are looking for an internship or full-time job, there may be great options within your own state. The State Policy Network is a great resource to start looking for potential opportunities. Visit this page to find a list of liberty-advancing non-profits in your state. Once you find a non-profit you are interested in, visit its website or contact someone directly to learn more about available internships or jobs.
If you are looking for a full-time job and don’t necessarily want to come to D.C., you may want to consider the Charles Koch Institute’s Liberty@Work program. Liberty@Work is a web-based professional education and training program as well as a full-time job. It’s designed for individuals interested in advancing economic freedom through their career. Participants in the program work full-time at state-based non-profits throughout the country and spend four hours each Wednesday in professional education and management training.
To learn more about opportunities through the Liberty@Work program, visit this page.
Rodney Vessels is a talent recruiter for the Charles Koch Institute.
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