We are committed to helping every intern successfully advance economic freedom after the program; we have individuals on staff dedicated to helping connect interns with employment and graduate school opportunities, as well as give career guidance. Also, with more than 1000 alumni of our professional education programs, ample opportunities exist for continuing your growth after the internship through our alumni program.
Where Interns Go
Whether returning to undergraduate studies, looking to land a job at a think tank, beginning to pursue a graduate degree, or even earning a full-time position and furthering your professional education in the Koch Associate Program, we’ll help you find opportunities that are right for you.
Koch Internship Program alumni have gone on to work at many locations in the Washington, DC area and across the country including Capitol Hill, the Heritage Foundation, Atlas Economic Research Foundation, Reason Foundation, and the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Others are completing their undergraduate or graduate studies at locations including George Mason University, Georgetown University, University of Virginia, University of Pennsylvania, Brown University, University of Notre Dame, Texas A & M, Pepperdine University, and UC Berkeley.
The alumni program continues to support interns after the program through continuing career guidance, MBM® workshops, alumni networking events, and other professional development opportunities. Our alumni network is always growing and includes past participants of the Koch Internship Program, Koch Associate Program, and other professional education programs.