Do you know a student who could benefit?

As a student, I learned so much at the Institute of Humane Studies.  What a great place to meet people and deepen your understanding.  I just received this email.  If you know a student who could benefit, please pass on the information.

I wanted you to know we’re now accepting applications for our Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow Program, a ten-week internship and training opportunity.

What are your top policy interests? Energy, academic freedom, taxation? State politics or federal regulations? You can choose from more than 100 internships at organizations across the country, such as the Alliance for School Choice, Drug Policy Alliance, Heartland Institute, Reason Foundation, Institute for Justice, and many more.

Our comprehensive program includes a paid internship, two weeklong policy seminars in Washington, DC, and weekly lectures on current political issues and market-based solutions. You’ll gain the skills, knowledge, and experience needed for a successful policy career.

Enter your interests and major into our online Host Search to find an organization focused on issues that matter to you. Apply early to increase the chance you’ll get your top choice!

Though pursuing your passion is more than enough reward, all interns receive a $1,500 stipend plus housing assistance.

Start a career in public policy.

Apply today.

Deadline: January 31


About Christopher Hessenflow

Christopher Hessenflow is a financial planner in the Chicago area. He works with all sorts of people who are much more interesting than he is. He enjoys his career which lends him time to think and, sometimes, be creative. Chip was born bald.
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