Liberal Arts Career Services
Liberal Arts Career Services

Institute for Humane Studies, Harper Internship Program, Application Deadline, BTT Gateway ID 6394

Thu, May 1, 2014

The Harper Internship Program invites talented and passionate liberty advocates into the center of the liberty movement as IHS team members. As an IHS intern, you can customize your experience—from start and end dates to specific departments and projects, the Harper Internship Program gives you the opportunity to choose the experience that will position you to succeed in your career.

IHS offers internships in every department within our organization and provides all participants with:

Competitive daily stipend
Access to books and other publications on economics, history, philosophy, and more
Networking opportunities with liberty-friendly individuals and organizations
Options for Interns
Interns can join a range of teams including conference management, Learn Liberty, marketing, operations and hiring, network relations, and more. Interns often find opportunities to offer program suggestions to senior staff members, and participate in IHS all-staff meetings and internal book discussions.

*We are currently accepting applications for the Spring Semester in LearnLiberty and Development while Marketing is seeking a Summer position.

"Foundations of Freedom" Lecture and Reading Series
Nine weeks of lectures and reading discussions present educational material from our proven summer programs to help interns build a strong understanding of the historical and philosophical roots of classical liberal and libertarian thought.

The Network Connection
Interns have the chance to meet with our intern coordinator to discuss personal goals, interests, and experiences. Interns also get included in networking opportunities with partner organizations and IHS staff and faculty. The Harper Internship Program purposefully connects interns with other well-suited IHS programs, GMU opportunities, and partner organizations.

Qualified candidates possess the following:

A basic understanding of, and interest in, classical liberal principles
Self-motivation and willingness to ask questions
Basic knowledge of Excel
Attention to detail
Ability to learn software such as databases or customer management systems (CMS)
We accept interns of all ages and experience levels, and international applicants with a visa status that allows employment in the U.S.

IHS is a flexible, professional, open office environment that encourages innovation and entrepreneurship and provides substantial opportunity for professional and personal growth. We look forward to getting to know you!
BTT Gateway ID 6394


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