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Partner Organizations

Partner organizations for Liberty@Work® are 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations located across the United States. Varying in size, scope, and mission, they include both small public policy organizations and large state-based think tanks. Common issue areas include government accountability and transparency, education policy, health care, and economic freedom. Job opportunities are as diverse as the program’s participants and may be in policy research, communications, donor relations, operations, and many other fields.

As with all of the Charles Koch Institute’s educational programs, the list of partner organizations with available roles changes from year to year based on the needs of each organization. The below is a partial list of past and present partner organizations that have hosted Liberty@Work participants.

Partner Organizations:

1851 Center for Constitutional Law
Acton Institute
Advance Arkansas Institute
Americans for Prosperity Foundation
Ayn Rand Institute
Beacon Center of Tennessee
Daily Caller News Foundation
Foundation For Economic Education
Foundation for Government Accountability
Idaho Freedom Foundation
Illinois Policy Institute
James Madison Institute
Kansas Policy Institute
Liberty Justice Center
MacIver Institute for Public Policy
Maine Heritage Policy Center
Nevada Policy Research Institute
Pacific Legal Foundation
Show-Me Institute
South Carolina Policy Council
Spark Freedom
Texas Public Policy Foundation
Young Americans for Liberty Foundation

Are you a liberty-advancing 501(c)(3) organization? If you know of any current employees or individuals who might benefit from Liberty@Work, please send your recommendations to