The Institute for Justice is seeking interns for its Maffucci Fellowship program. Fellows work closely with IJ’s activism and coalitions team, and assist with exciting research projects, help track controversies and legislation across the country, and provide valuable administrative support to staff on a variety of tasks. Fellows gain inimitable experience on the front lines of the fight for liberty.
The Maffucci Fellowships are full-time and the duration is flexible, with a minimum commitment of three months. Fellows receive a monthly stipend of $1,500 that increases to $2,000 with a longer-term commitment of six months or more.
- Undergraduate or recent graduate status
- Exceptional writing skills
- Attention to detail
Candidates should also have a strong commitment to individual freedom as well as a demonstrable familiarity with eminent domain abuse, free speech issues, school choice and economic liberty.
- Cover letter
- Two letters of recommendation
- Writing sample
The writing sample must cover one of IJ’s four pillars in a compelling, blog-style article between 400-600 words. Please use Human Action Network blog posts as a guide.
Now accepting applications for Summer 2013. Application deadline March 24, 2013.
Please send the materials to:
Lancée Husebo Kurcab
Institute for Justice