[eDebate] Paid Internships and Associateships for Pro-Free-Market Individuals

Mullee, John John.Mullee
Wed Jul 19 13:40:21 CDT 2006


Here are two great libertarian-esque opportunities. I am currently
participating in the second one and have learned a lot and have gotten
to meet a lot of interesting pundits and politicians. 

KAP:
The Koch Associate Program seeks to identify and develop 30-50 promising
leaders and entrepreneurs interested in pursuing careers in
market-oriented think tanks, policy institutes, and other non-profit
organizations. The highly competitive, year-long program offers
Associates the opportunity to work on significant assignments within
non-profit organizations while simultaneously learning and applying
Market Based Management(r) (MBM(r)).  MBM(r) is the management
philosophy that has helped make Charles Koch an extraordinarily
successful businessman and helped his company, Koch Industries, Inc.,
become one of the largest privately held companies in North America.
Associates are employees of the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation
and receive a competitive wage and benefits package commensurate with
experience.  

KIP:
The Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation Internship Program was
established to develop the next generation of liberty-minded leaders and
entrepreneurs.  Over the course of the program, interns engage in key
Foundation projects while simultaneously learning and applying Market
Based Management(r). During the Washington, DC-based program, interns
spend the majority of their time working on key Foundation projects and
interacting with outside non-profit organizations.  Interns also enjoy
in-depth exposure to Market Based Management(r) (MBM(r)).  MBM(r) which
is the management philosophy that has helped make Charles Koch an
extraordinarily successful businessman and helped his company, Koch
Industries, Inc., become the largest privately held companies in North
America.
Internships are part-time, but interns must be available at least 20
hours each week between the hours of 8:30 am and 5:30 pm, Monday -
Friday. Interns are paid an hourly rate of $12.00. Unfortunately,
housing and metro assistance are not provided.

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