Want to build your resume while advancing economic freedom? The Koch Internship Program is an opportunity to not only work for a think tank or public policy organization in Washington, DC, but also receive valuable professional education and hands-on experience. Designed for students and recent graduates who are passionate about economic freedom, the program offers a chance to develop your knowledge and skills, while building a valuable professional network and understanding of non-profit career paths.
During the program, each intern works at a non-profit 501(c)(3) partner organization through a collaboration with the Charles Koch Foundation and spends every Tuesday at the Charles Koch Institute engaging in reading discussions, group projects, lectures, and Market-Based Management® workshops. Roles vary, and include policy research, communications, operations, donor relations, and more. Interns earn $10 an hour and receive $50 a month in Metro benefits.
The summer 2013 program will run from June 3 to August 16.
The fall 2013 program will run from September 9 to December 6. Apply here.
- Find out more about the program structure > Professional Education
- Who are the partner organizations? > Partners
- Details on the application for admission >>>> Application for Admission
- What happens after the program? > After the program
- Have a question? > FAQ
Questions? Contact Alex Zaczkiewicz.
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