The Buckeye Institute…apprentice program

Thank you to Sarah Fowler for this information:

https://www.buckeyeinstitute.org/blog/detail/calling-all-young-people-who-love-liberty-free-markets

Do you know a young person who loves liberty and free markets? Are they interested in working to advance those ideals by working for a dynamic and impactful state think tank?

If you do, there is a great opportunity you can share with them — State Policy Network’sDevelopment Apprentice Program is accepting applications and the deadline has been extended to Friday, February 15!

The program was created to prepare talented and ambitious undergraduates, graduate students, and recent graduates for fulfilling careers in nonprofit fundraising and leadership. It consists of:
  • A 10-week internship at a state think tank (and yes, applicants can request to be placed at The Buckeye Institute if they want to work in Ohio);
  • A week-long trip to DC;
  • Professional development workshops; and
  • Mentorship and networking opportunities.
In addition, participants will receive a $4,000 stipend for the summer in addition to a housing voucher!

You can learn more by visiting the website or downloading the brochure.

If you know anyone who may be interested, please share this exciting opportunity with them and let them know they can apply online at: http://www.spn.org/apprentice.

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Founded in 1989, The Buckeye Institute is an independent research and educational institution — a think tank — whose mission is to advance free-market public policy in the states.
The Buckeye Institute is a non-partisan, nonprofit, and tax-exempt organization, as defined by section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code. As such, it relies on support from individuals, corporations, and foundations that share a commitment to individual liberty, free enterprise, personal responsibility, and limited government. The Buckeye Institute does not seek or accept government funding.


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