Application for Admission
Applications are now open for the Liberty@Work® program for 2015-16.
2015-16 Liberty@Work® Program
Apply by October 31st and we will send you a FREE copy of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451!*
Early Incentive Deadline: October 31, 2014
Program Runs: August 2015 to April 2016
ONLINE APPLICATION DETAILS
The online application for admission consists of several parts, including your work history, résumé, and answers to short questions. You should also be prepared to identify possible career paths.
- A résumé.
- The names and contact information of two references, along with his or her relationship to you. Letters of recommendation or reference are not required.
- A personal statement that conveys why you are a compelling candidate for Liberty@Work. The statement is your opportunity to tell us why you are a compelling candidate for our educational programs; it may address your career interests or goals, significant accomplishments or obstacles overcome, educational or professional achievements, or any way in which your perspective, viewpoint, or experience will add to the richness of the educational environment at the Charles Koch Institute (300 word limit).
- A description of a specific example from the last 50 years of an economic policy or issue that aligns with your view of the ideal role of government (100 word limit).
- A description of a specific example from the last 50 years of an economic policy or issue that conflicts with your view of the ideal role of government (100 word limit).
- A list of three people or books that have influenced your philosophical or ideological thinking about the role of government. For each, explain in one sentence how it has influenced you.
- A video describing your professional development goals for the course of the program. You may find it helpful to focus on the Market-Based Management® component of the curriculum. (3 minute limit).*
- A video describing a professional or academic experience when your contributions were key to a group’s success. Please provide context to explain your role, your contributions, and the way you operated within the team (3 minute limit).*
- A video describing an example of a political or economic issue you have shifted your stance on recently and why (3 minute limit).*
*If recording answers for the video questions is not an option, please contact Katherine Keilman at firstname.lastname@example.org for an alternative solution.
Candidates come from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, but are typically required to have a bachelor’s degree. Additionally, candidates are also expected to have a strong desire to develop professionally, an understanding of free-market principles, and a commitment to limited government and individual liberties. Find out more about what makes a strong candidate.
Questions? Email the recruiting team.
*US Addresses only