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                    THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION JOB BANK
                                                            Jobs List
New Jobs!............................................................................................................................ 1
The Heritage Foundation .................................................................................................... 1
Accounting/Finance ............................................................................................................ 9
Attorney ............................................................................................................................ 10
Communications ............................................................................................................... 12
Development ..................................................................................................................... 23
Education .......................................................................................................................... 27
Hill .................................................................................................................................... 27
Government Affairs/Trade Associations .......................................................................... 31
Non-Profit Policy Organizations....................................................................................... 33
Other Non-Profit Organizations........................................................................................ 43
Private Sector .................................................................................................................... 43
Web and IT ....................................................................................................................... 46
Fellowships ....................................................................................................................... 47
Internships ......................................................................................................................... 48


New Jobs!
NEW JOB
The Heritage Foundation – Manager of Donor Relations, California

     Description: The Manager of Donor Relations for the State of California is
     responsible for meeting budgeted contributions income each year, and to do
     so by building stronger relationships with donors so that income will increase
     in the future. The manager primarily meets with donors in the State of
     California and could also have a caseload of donors from two adjoining
     states; prepares donors for solicitations and conducts solicitations to generate
     the necessary income for Heritage to carry out our programs each year in a
     way that makes the donors more likely to renew and increase support in
     future years. The manager also plans and conducts regional donor meetings.


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   Requirements: BA/BS; At least 3 years in sales, marketing, or fundraising.
   Skills: Excellent skills in Word and Excel; some database experience required;
   Understand and support the Heritage mission and vision for America, and
   the department's goals and objectives; Willingness and ability to live in the
   State of California and work remotely; Excellent communication skills;
   highly develop verbal skills; ability to make presentations; High degree of
   knowledge of policy issues and conservative movement; Expert knowledge of
   fundraising and planned giving; Ability to travel extensively. More
   information and application instructions at:
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/manager-of-donor-relations-of-
   california. Added 08/24/12

NEW JOB
The Heritage Foundation – Chief Accountant

   Description: The Chief Accountant is fully committed to vigorously
   implementing the mission, objectives, and goals of the Strategy & Finance
   team as well as being a catalyst for creating a new, high-intensity, high-
   performance culture. Responsible for the management of the general ledger
   functions of The Heritage Foundation, Heritage Action for America, and
   American Dream Broadcasting, Inc to include all related cash receipts and
   accounts payable activity. Work closely with the Controller and the Assistant
   Controller by actively participating in both the annual budget and audit
   cycles for all companies. Directly responsible for providing financial
   documentation to tax preparers and for recording pledged donations and
   receipts. Supervise the Senior and Staff Accountants, which includes the
   responsibilities of Fixed Asset Management, Donor Receipts, Tenant and
   Bookstore Receipts, Expense Reimbursements, Voucher Entry, Vendor
   Payments, ACH processing, and petty cash disbursements. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or a related field; 4 - 6 years of
   meaningful general accounting experience with an accounting firm and in the
   private sector, worked with both for-profit and preferably 2 years experience
   in the not-for-profit industry. Must possess a clear understanding of core
   accounting principles and can apply those principles in new and evolving
   situations. Skills: Working knowledge of Accounting Computer Systems,
   including advanced Excel Spreadsheet skills; Must be proficient with MS
   Office products such as MS Outlook, MS Word and Windows XP and
   perform Internet research as required; Proven ability to work independently
   while meeting deadlines, multi-tasking, and strong attention to detail.
   Supervisory skills, effective communication skills and the ability to promote a


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   customer service atmosphere within the department are vital. More
   information and application instructions at:
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/chief-accountant Updated
   08/24/12

NEW JOB
Heritage Action for America – Regional Coordinator, Philadelphia

   Description: The Regional Coordinator is responsible for developing a
   grassroots/“grass tops” infrastructure of Heritage Action activists in a given
   region. Job Duties: Recruit Heritage Action activists and organize them into
   an efficient region-wide organization; Attend the relevant conservative
   strategy and coalition meetings throughout the region and establish strong
   relationships with key conservative allies; Recruit key “grass-top” activists in
   each targeted congressional district; Prioritize certain districts for issue-based
   attention such as canvassing, letters-to-the-editor, local and regional blog
   posts, member visits with constituents, phone call campaigns, etc.; Recruit
   information depots throughout the region where individuals can learn about
   Heritage Action through literature (sympathetic small businesses, local
   Kiwanis club, etc.); Maintain a thorough understanding of the political,
   policy, and strategic landscapes of the region at all times and make routine
   reports to the D.C. office; Organize opportunities for grass roots training
   and/or educational sessions with THF experts; Establish an online social
   media presence for Heritage Action in the region. Requirements: BA/BS; 1-2
   years of work experience, including campaign experience; Solid
   communication and organization skills; Excellent computer and social media
   skills, including Twitter and Facebook; Willing to travel throughout the
   region constantly; Willing to work as a temporary employee (duration of less
   than a year), but with a possibility for full-time employment in the future;
   Movement conservative with campaign experience; Understand and support
   Heritage Action’s mission and vision for America, and the department's goals
   and objectives; Relevant field training in political or campaign organizing.
   For more information, please contact Jessica Anderson, Deputy Political
   Director at jessica.anderson@heritageforamerica.org. Added 08/24/12

NEW JOB
Heritage Action for America – Regional Coordinator, Chicago

   Description: The Regional Coordinator is responsible for developing a
   grassroots/“grass tops” infrastructure of Heritage Action activists in a given


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   region. Job Duties: Recruit Heritage Action activists and organize them into
   an efficient region-wide organization; Attend the relevant conservative
   strategy and coalition meetings throughout the region and establish strong
   relationships with key conservative allies; Recruit 25 key “grass-top” activists
   in each targeted congressional district; Prioritize certain districts for issue-
   based attention such as canvassing, letters-to-the-editor, local and regional
   blog posts, member visits with constituents, phone call campaigns, etc.;
   Recruit information depots throughout the region where individuals can
   learn about Heritage Action through literature (sympathetic small businesses,
   local Kiwanis club, etc.); Maintain a thorough understanding of the political,
   policy, and strategic landscapes of the region at all times and make routine
   reports to the D.C. office; Organize opportunities for grass roots training
   and/or educational sessions with THF experts; Establish an online social
   media presence for Heritage Action in the region. Requirements: BA/BS; 1-2
   years of work experience, including campaign experience; Solid
   communication and organization skills; Excellent computer and social media
   skills, including Twitter and Facebook; Willing to travel throughout the
   region constantly; Willing to work as a temporary employee (duration of less
   than a year), but with a possibility for full-time employment in the future;
   Movement conservative with campaign experience; Understand and support
   Heritage Action’s mission and vision for America, and the department's goals
   and objectives; Relevant field training in political or campaign organizing.
   For more information, please contact Jessica Anderson, Deputy Political
   Director at jessica.anderson@heritageforamerica.org. Added 08/24/12

NEW JOB
ProEnglish – Website and Social Media Manager

   Description: ProEnglish, the nation’s leading English language advocates, has
   an immediate opening for an innovative and tech savvy Website and Social
   Media Manager in their Arlington, VA headquarters located in Rosslyn.
   Responsibilities: Manages the website and various social media outlets,
   including but not limited to, the ProEnglish blog, Facebook, Twitter, and
   YouTube page; Contributes blog postings and aids in the production of
   fundraising materials, direct mail, and quarterly newsletter; Coordinates
   communications with ProEnglish grassroots members, including email list
   management; Develops and coordinates online fundraising strategies;
   Manages online advertising, including ads on Facebook and Google, and
   banner ads. Required Skills: Bachelors Degree; Experience in HTML, CSS,
   Google Analytics, and website CMS platforms including or similar to Joomla,


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   Drupal, and Wordpress is required; Experience with social media platforms;
   Excellent grammar and writing abilities are a must; Mac/PC proficient.
   Previous campaign, Capitol Hill, non-profit, or association experience is
   desired. Video work including shooting, editing, and posting YouTube
   videos is also desired. Interested candidates should send resume and writing
   sample to mail@proenglish.org and no phone calls please. Only qualified
   candidates will be contacted. Added 08/24/12

NEW JOB
FOX News Channel – Account Coordinator, Digital Media Sales (Chicago
Bureau)

   Description: FOX News Channel seeks an Account Coordinator to support
   the FOX News Channel Digital Media Sales (FOXNews.com,
   FOXBusiness.com, FOX News Mobile, FOX Business Mobile) team based in
   Chicago. Main responsibility is to provide account support and maintenance
   for FOX News Channel Digital Media Sales team and assigned clients.
   Provide support to close sales as well as monitor and manage all deals of the
   assigned sales personnel to ensure that the terms of the sales are met.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree plus internship experience; Strong verbal
   and written communication skills; Knowledge of traditional and digital
   media preferred. Fox News Network is an EOE. Interested applicants please
   send resumes to: Fox News Network; Human Resources; 2nd floor; 1211
   Avenue of the Americas; New York, NY 10036 or Resumes@foxnews.com.
   WWW.FOXNEWS.COM/CAREERS. Added 08/24/12.

NEW JOB
FreedomWorks – Communications and Marketing Copywriter

   Description: FreedomWorks, a free-market grassroots organization that fights
   for lower taxes, less government and more economic freedom, is looking to
   expand its communications and membership marketing programs with an
   entry-level copywriter. This individual must possess superior writing skills
   and be able to produce compelling copy under tight deadlines for use in
   email, web, radio, and print marketing and fundraising campaigns. Specific
   responsibilities include: Drafting copy for use in frequent outbound email
   marketing activities as well as our weekly e-newsletter; Collaborating with
   our Online Marketing team to create and edit email, landing page, and other
   elements of membership acquisition campaigns; Work with communications
   and membership staff to modify copy based on performance and create a


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   custom-tailored user experience. Qualifications include: Bachelor's degree
   and proven commitment to free market principles; Minimum 1 year of related
   experience; Excellent advocacy writing skills and a sharp editing eye are
   musts; Familiarity with HTML and Convio’s Luminate Online marketing
   platform are pluses; Proficiency with Microsoft Office products including
   Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience with Adobe Illustrator and similar
   graphic design software are pluses. This entry-level position reports to the
   Communications Manager and offers an exceptional career opportunity for a
   highly motivated individual. FreedomWorks offers an excellent salary and
   benefits package in addition to a great office location convenient to Union
   Station. Please visit FreedomWorks for more information about the
   organization. Please e-mail a cover letter, resume, and two writing samples
   to: careers@freedomworks.org. Added 08/24/12.

NEW JOB
U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson (OH-06) – Fall Interns
Congressman Johnson is currently seeking 2012 fall interns for the months of
August – December. Responsibilities will mostly include, but are not limited
to: greeting guests in the front office, answering phones, giving Capitol tours,
attending and summarizing hearings and/or briefings for legislative staff, and
performing various administrative tasks. Ohio ties are preferred, but are not
required. The months of the internship may vary depending on the availability
or school schedule of the applicant. If interested, please send a resume and cover
letter to: intern.oh06@gmail.com. Added 08/24/12.

NEW JOB
Concerned Women for America – Paid Internship
Want to get paid to put your Christian political worldview passion into practice?
Concerned Women for America is looking for interns to join our Fall 2012 Ronald
Reagan Internship Program. We focus on six core issues: the traditional family,
the sanctity of human life, religious liberty, education, pornography and sex
trafficking, and national sovereignty. If you are highly motivated, a great writer,
interested in politics and ready to gain experience, come join Concerned Women
for America to work in one of our exciting fields paying $150/week:
Communications and Media, Legislation and Public Policy, Field Department,
Beverly LaHaye Institute, CWA Legislative Action Committee, Development and
Donor Relations. Our interns attend events, network with experts, and are
trained by movers and shakers in DC, learning to utilize prayer and action to
affect public policy. Department placement on first come, first serve basis. Apply
here: www.cwfa.org/internships.asp. Added 08/24/12


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NEW JOB
State Policy Network (SPN) – Development Intern
SPN seeks a passionate, pro-liberty college student or recent grad for our paid
Development Internship. This position is ideal for a candidate who is available
20-40 hours/week and is looking to learn more about nonprofit fundraising and
the state-based think tank movement. The position is available immediately and
will last for the Fall 2012 semester, with possibility for extension into 2013. The
intern will focus on donor research, donor communication, direct mail and
financial processes. An entrepreneurial spirit, attention to detail and being a
team player are critical for this position. The position is based near the Rosslyn
metro station in Arlington, Virginia. For more information, please visit:
www.spn.org/about/page/employment-opportunities-at-spn. To apply, send
your cover letter and résumé to Michael Ross, Strategic Partnerships Coordinator
at ross@spn.org. Added 08/24/12

NEW JOB
The Can Kicks Back (TCKB) – Interns
TCKB is a Millennial-driven campaign to solve America's fiscal crisis. Although
young people have the most to lose by continuing on our current path, no one
has taken the time to connect the issue to our lives or given us a way to get
involved. Until now. TCKB is building a grassroots coalition across the country,
made up of Millennials, to push for a grand bargain on the debt that will restore
accountability, prosperity, and peace of mind to our country. We are looking for
both full-time and part-time interns to become part of our dynamic team.
Internships are available in Communications, Outreach, and in the Field.
Qualifications: Must be at least a junior undergraduate with 3.0 GPA or above
and have a solid knowledge of national political issues. Graduate students
preferred. Previous experience on a campaign or in a press office is preferred, but
not required. A monthly stipend may be available for top candidates. To apply,
please send your resume along with a cover letter stating your availability and
why you’d be a good fit for this position to: jake@thecankicksback.org. Please
also include a brief writing sample. Position is based in Washington, DC.


The Heritage Foundation
The Heritage Foundation – Payroll and Benefits Administrator

   Description: The Payroll & Benefits Administrator is responsible for payroll administration,
   maintaining payroll and personnel records, retirement plan administration including


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   maintaining records and preparing reports, and computerized recordkeeping and reporting
   systems. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree; some accounting courses helpful; 2 - 5 years of
   related experience; payroll processing experience; Ability to communicate effectively both
   verbally and in writing; Advanced computer skills; proficient in MS Office, Outlook, and
   Principia; Strong MS Access skills, including tables, queries, forms, and report writing;
   Understand and support the Heritage mission and vision for America, and the department's
   goals and objectives; Discretion and ability to maintain confidentiality; Detail-oriented with
   strong interpersonal and organization skills; Excellent customer-service skills; dependable
   and resourceful; Willingness to take direction and to work with others in a team. More
   information and application instructions: http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/payroll-
   and-benefits-administrator. Added 08/21/12

The Heritage Foundation – Assistant Director, Personnel

   Description: The Assistant Director is responsible for managing the department’s programs
   and functions including, compensation programs, performance management programs,
   employee benefits, on-boarding/off-boarding, and related personnel policies and legal
   compliance. Assists the Director with the design and implementation of department programs
   and ensures they are run effectively and efficiently. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree; 4-8
   years of experience; Excellent communication skills in writing and verbally, both one-on-one
   and small group presentations; ability to handle delicate communications; Proficient in
   Microsoft Office, Outlook, and Access; Understand and support the Heritage mission and
   vision for America, and the department’s goals and objectives; Discretion and ability to
   maintain confidentiality. Apply online at
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/assistant-director-of-personnel. Added
   08/10/12.

The Heritage Foundation – Recruitment Coordinator

   Description: The Recruitment Coordinator is responsible for administrative and operational
   support for the Recruitment and Training Center Director and staff including: assisting with
   recruitment for vacant positions; support Job Bank placement activities; Job Bank mass
   emails and events; recordkeeping; data entry; researching relevant topics; and other
   administrative duties and projects as assigned. The Recruitment Coordinator utilizes
   significant awareness of and interest in current public policy issues to conduct research
   relevant to the recruitment process. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and 1-2 years of work
   experience. Apply online at http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/temporary/recruitment-
   coordinator. Added 08/03/12.

The Heritage Foundation – Executive Assistant to the VP and Senior Counselor

   Description: The Executive Assistant will primarily assist the VP and Senior Counselor by
   managing and prioritizing the principal’s daily calendar and coordinating travel logistics, in
   order to allow him to successfully solicit major gifts for The Heritage Foundation and meet
   his goals each year. He/she will anticipate and complete tasks in an efficient and effective
   manner. The EA will also draft memos and edit all of the VP’s correspondence. As a
   representative of The Heritage Foundation, the development department, and the VP, the EA
   must exhibit excellent customer service and communication skills. Requirements: BA/BS
   preferred; 8 -10 years administrative experience with a scheduling emphasis; Proficient in
   MS Office and Outlook; Anticipate, prioritize and expedite tasks listed in an efficient and
   effective manner; Understand and enthusiastically support the Heritage mission and vision for


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   America, and the department's goals and objectives; Consistently produce documents that
   convey information and ideas in an accurate and compelling way; Work as part of the
   development department and Heritage Foundation teams; Fundraising experience preferred;
   Work independently and take initiative. Apply online at
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/executive-assistant-to-the-vice-president-and-
   senior-counselor Added 08/10/12.

The Heritage Foundation – Facility Manager

   Description: The Facility Manager manages day-to-day building operations by managing
   engineering, maintenance, cleaning, security, emergency preparedness, preventative
   maintenance, and outside vendor services for the 135,000 square-foot headquarters facility,
   9,600 square-foot Pennsylvania Avenue building, annex properties, parking lots, and grounds
   on Capitol Hill. The Facility Manager makes sure the facilities remain safe and secure and in
   excellent condition, while ensuring the department runs efficiently and meets departmental
   and organizational objectives. The Facility Manager supervises a small team of full-time
   employees as well as the third-party security and cleaning personnel. Requirements: 5-7
   years of facility management experience. Apply online at
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs. Added 08/07/12.

The Heritage Foundation – Event Planner

   Description: The Event Planner is responsible for executing all aspects of the planning
   process for all Heritage sponsored events supported by the department. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years of experience in event management. Apply online at
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/event-planner. Added 06/29/12.

The Heritage Foundation – Senior Producer, Strategic Communications

   Description: The Senior Producer develops and produces online videos to highlight and
   promote Heritage content and helps implement a digital communications strategy and the
   execution of Heritage’s online media outreach to promote our policy ideas. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree and 2-5 years of media/ communications experience. Apply online at
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/senior-producer. Added 06/19/12.

Accounting/Finance
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) – Staff Accountant

   Description: ALEC, the nation's largest nonpartisan, individual membership association of
   state legislators, is seeking to hire a part-time staff accountant. Candidates should have a
   minimum of two years accounting experience. Qualified candidates will be responsible for
   traditional financial and accounting activities including, but not limited to, bank and account
   reconciliations, account receivable aging, assist auditors with necessary schedules and
   completes required journal entries as needed. Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree.
   Some travel may be required (10%). Interested candidates should e-mail a resume and a cover
   letter to Genneya Briscoe at gbriscoe@alec.org. No phone calls, please. Added 08/21/12

Edison Electric Institute – Finance and Accounting Specialist




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   Description: Edison Electric Institute has an outstanding opportunity for a Finance and
   Accounting Specialist. The Specialist will reconcile transactions, assume the preparer role for
   selected financial reporting, process items, and assist with a variety of monthly budgeting,
   financial and accounting items. The job requires a BA or BS with a degree in Accounting,
   Finance or Business preferred. Related experience is a plus. Candidates must be detail
   oriented and able to learn new accounting systems. Strong MS Office skills are essential.
   More information and application instructions at:
   http://www.eei.org/whoweare/Careers/Pages/default.aspx. Added 08/14/12.

Attorney
Institute for Justice Florida – Executive Director/ Constitutional Litigator (Miami, FL)

   Description: IJ-Florida seeks an attorney with 5-7 years of litigation experience with
   excellent communication skills for potential high-profile media appearances and public
   speaking. The ideal candidate will also have an entrepreneurial spirit, a solid academic
   record, a passion for freedom, and a good sense of humor. Florida license and experience in
   Florida courts are a plus. We offer a competitive salary, full health, dental, and life insurance
   benefits, and a pension plan as well as a collegial, positive work environment. The Executive
   Director will have the opportunity to litigate cases with immediate real-world impact for our
   clients and vital constitutional principles. Send cover letter, resume and writing sample, in
   confidence, to: employment@ij.org. Added 08/07/12.

Institute for Justice Florida – Legal/ Office Assistant (Miami, FL)

   Description: The Institute for Justice (IJ), the nation’s premier free-market public interest
   law firm, seeks an energetic, detail-oriented, and professional individual to fill the role of
   Legal/Office Assistant for its Florida Chapter located in Miami. The ideal candidate will
   have a good sense of humor and the ability to juggle multiple tasks, prioritize, and meet
   deadlines. Prior experience in a legal environment is preferred. Requirements: Bachelor’s
   degree; 1-4 years legal/ office experience; and experience performing legal research. Please
   send cover letter, resume, and writing sample to: employment@ij.org. Added 08/07/12.

House Committee on Natural Resources – Fall Legal Interns/ Externs

   Description: The Majority Staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural
   Resources (Committee) is seeking law students to assist with oversight of Executive Branch
   policies and actions, and investigations into waste and abuse. These are unpaid
   internship/externship positions. The Committee can be flexible with hours to accommodate
   varying schedules. The Committee is seeking to fill positions for the fall. The interns/externs
   will assist in reviewing issues and matters pertaining to federal natural resources and energy
   issues and related federal agencies and entities falling under the Committee’s jurisdiction;
   including the Departments of the Interior, Commerce, and Agriculture. Specifically, the
   interns/externs will assist by reviewing, cataloguing, and analyzing documents, testimony,
   and other items for the Committee. This may also include assisting in preparing for public
   oversight hearings. The interns/externs will work closely with the Committee’s staff of
   attorneys in the Office of Oversight and Investigations. To apply, please send your resume
   and cover letter indicating your availability (including days and hours) to
   GOPLaw_Intern@mail.house.gov. Added 07/24/12.




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Judicial Watch – Senior Attorney

   Description: The Senior Attorney position requires that the candidate be well equipped to
   handle Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits. The applicant will work alongside our
   legal team to promote transparency and fight corruption within the government. J.D. and 5-7
   years of legal experience required. Qualified candidates should be creative and independent
   with the ability to handle a case from start to finish. The ideal candidate should have
   experience working with a few of the following issues, including FOIA/Open Records, civil
   rights, constitutional, campaign finance, elections, and whistleblower law. To apply for a
   position, please submit a resumé and cover letter, along with salary requirements to
   careers@judicialwatch.org. Please include the job title you are applying for in the subject
   line. Added 07/20/12.

Cato – Legal Associate Program

   Description: Many law firms are asking their incoming first-year associates to defer their
   start dates and are offering stipends for these associates to work at public interest
   organizations. Some law schools are also offering their graduates funding for a number of
   months under similar conditions. And plenty of new law grads are looking to get their feet in
   the DC policy door. To that end, the Cato Institute invites graduating law students and law
   school graduates to work at our Center for Constitutional Studies. This is an opportunity to
   assist projects ranging from Supreme Court amicus briefs to policy papers to the Cato
   Supreme Court Review. Interested students and graduates should email a cover letter, resume,
   transcript, and writing sample, along with any specific details of their circumstances
   (availability, deferral terms/stipend, etc.), to Jonathan Blanks, jblanks@cato.org. If you don't
   have your own firm/school funding and cannot work unpaid, please apply to our highly
   competitive internship program (see directly below for short description and application
   instructions). Legal associates accepted through our internship program receive double the
   normal intern stipend and are responsible for all normal intern duties on top of
   responsibilities for the Center for Constitutional Studies. Jonathan Blanks Center for
   Constitutional Studies Cato Institute 1000 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20001
   Email: jblanks@cato.org. Added 07/10/12.

Human Rights Law Firm – Director and General Counsel (Brooklyn)

   Description: We seek a Director and General Counsel to serve in our downtown Brooklyn
   office as a senior manager of the organization. This is a high-powered management role in an
   organization on the cutting edge of legal advocacy in the war on terror. The incumbent will
   report to our Board of Directors and to the management of affiliated organizations. He or she
   will manage a team of attorneys, participate in and direct litigation all over the country and
   overseas. And he or she will oversee daily operations, make organizational policy, and take
   an active role in the organization’s development. Requirements: JD from top-tier law school
   and a top 33% GPA; five years litigation experience with substantial experience as the first
   chair in trial; experience in the field of counterterrorism; managerial experience; proven track
   record as a fundraiser; and a deep understand of the Jewish and Israel-focused philanthropic
   world. Qualified candidates should send a cover letter stating your salary requirements,
   resume, and a legal writing sample to Merisa Fink and Meir Katz at
   MKatzLitigation@gmail.com. Added 06/19/12.

U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom – Counsel



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   Description: Back to top Reporting to the Executive Director, the Counsel will advise the
   Commissioners and Executive Director on legal matters relevant to the scope of authority and
   work of the Commission. This includes advising on the substantive scope and actions of the
   Commission, answering discrete legal questions as they arise, notifying relevant staff in a
   timely manner about their financial disclosure requirements, and ensuring that purchases,
   travel, contracts and procurements, personnel policies, and all other operational functions of
   the Commission are carried out in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
   Further, upon request Counsel will provide legal advice to the Commissioners and Executive
   Director on matters and procedures that would facilitate the smooth operation of the
   Commission deliberation and decision making processes. The Counsel will attend
   Commission meetings (except Executive Sessions, unless specifically requested to attend)
   and, upon request, will record minutes of such meetings. Requirements: J.D. degree from
   accredited law school and excellent academic background; at least two years of substantive
   legal experience; ability to work quickly and effectively under pressure; and knowledge of
   government procurement, travel and related federal regulations highly preferred, but not
   required. Apply online: http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/319155400. Added
   06/19/12.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce – Environment Energy Natural Resources Policy Counsel and
Committee Executive

   Description: Provide research and analysis to support the policymaking functions and manage
   implementation of such policies in the legislative and executive branches of government.
   Manage coalitions and working groups and as serve as Executive of a policy committee.
   RESPONSIBILITIES: Conduct research and develop well-reasoned and solidly supported
   positions on policy; prepare policy briefing materials, studies, and reports; produce Hill
   letters, testimony, and comments to agencies on rulemakings; track current and emerging
   issues; advise senior vice president on issues within your portfolio; provide positions and
   ideas to secure favorable Chamber press; and respond to member requests for information.
   REQUIREMENTS: Law degree and 7+ years’ related policy experience in environment,
   energy, or natural resources; working knowledge of the legislative and regulatory processes;
   excellent project management skills; a sense of urgency, responsibility, and a high degree of
   dedication and determination; team player; and excellent written and verbal communications
   and strong interpersonal skills. Minimal personal time off while Congress is in session. More
   information about the position can be found at: http://www.uschamber.com/careers/apply-
   online. Added 05/29/12.

Communications
The Salvation Army – Minutes Editor

   Description: Immediate job opening for a Minutes Editor position in The Salvation Army
   National Headquarters in Old Town Alexandria. The position edits, proofreads, researches,
   formats, and prepares, technical minutes from start to finish; researches material for special
   projects as assigned and prepares written reports/summaries of research findings; composes
   related correspondence. Manages agenda cases, and tracks the agenda process. Oversees the
   processing of minutes through the conference level, tracking meeting dates and ensuring the
   submission and finalizing of agendas and minutes, in accordance with the Guidelines for
   National Conferences, Commissions, and Committees. Minimum qualifications: High school
   diploma or G.E.D. supplemented by secretarial courses from a technical/vocational school,



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   and two to four years' editorial experience, and other experience performing a variety of
   progressively responsible administrative and technical support work characteristic/unique to
   this office’s purpose, or any equivalent combination of training and experience which
   provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Salary is from $18.22/hr - $20.50/hr
   for a 35-hour workweek. Good benefits, including free parking and lunch. Please send
   resumes to stephen_boyer@usn.salvationarmy.org. Added 08/21/12

White House Writers Group – Communications Associate

   Description: We are looking for a really smart, entry level Communications Associate with
   strong organizational skills. Are you the type of person that likes to be part of a diverse team
   and enjoys juggling multiple projects at once? Are you interested in public policy and its
   impact on the corporate world? Are you anxious to kick-start your career by diving in head
   first into fast-paced office with a really wide-range of clients? If so, then you are invited to
   submit your resume for our Communications Associate position. We are a small D.C.
   strategic communications firm. We craft communications for major corporations and
   foundations and develop broad campaigns in support of their objectives. We are looking for a
   skilled researcher who can use tools like Lexis-Nexis and be proficient with Excel and
   PowerPoint. Additional responsibilities include list building, proofreading, event planning
   and occasional administrative work. Position to start immediately. Please email a cover
   letter and resume to whwgjobs@gmail.com. More information and application instructions:
   http://www.whwg.com/2012/08/job-opening-communications-associate/. Added 08/21/12

Heritage Action for America – Communications Deputy

   Description: The Communications Deputy will be responsible for conducting research that
   supports Heritage Action’s legislative goals, political strategies and communication priorities.
    In addition to serving as the primary writer for Heritage Action’s blog, the individual will
   draft copy that clearly communicates priorities to our grassroots supporters, to Capitol Hill
   and to the broader public. Job Duties: Research legislative history and media coverage related
   to Heritage Action priorities using THOMAS, Lexis-Nexis and online video monitoring
   service; Serve as Heritage Action’s primary blogger; Draft and copy edit emails, press
   releases, op-eds, letters, etc.; Assist Communications Director with conservative blogger
   outreach; Work with Regional Coordinators to provide communication and research materials
   to grassroots activists. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree; 1-2 years working in conservative
   movement, on Capitol Hill or equivalent research experience. Familiarity with WordPress,
   Lexis-Nexis and THOMAS; Understand and support Heritage Action’s mission and vision
   for America. Interested candidates should send their resume to Dan.Holler@heritage.org.
   Added 08/17/12

Washington Legal Foundation – Marketing/Public Affairs and Development

   Description: A position is available in WLF's Public Affairs Division, reporting to the
   President/Executive Director. The position requires the candidate to manage the four-quarter
   calendar of renewals in the software-based CRM, Raiser’s Edge. You will lead a team of
   two-to-three interns to update the constituent information on a daily basis. One will draft all
   proposals and letters to donors/prospects and in addition, liaise with the litigation and legal
   studies departments to enhance the marketing literature and proposal packets. The position
   requires a detail-oriented person to organize donor correspondence and update
   President/Executive Director on the projected timelines. The individual acts as a day-to-day
   contact for vendors and WLF employees. This person will also be the internal contact for the


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   outside IT consultant. Applicants should have a basic understanding of free enterprise. Please
   send cover letter and resume to Constance C. Larcher, President and Executive Director at
   clarcher@wlf.org. Added 08/17/12.

The Charles Koch Institute (CKI) – Marketing Manager

   Description: CKI seeks a Marketing Manager with a special focus on social media to join its
   communications team. The Marketing Manager will be responsible for creating, executing,
   and measuring marketing strategies that effectively reach the goals of the organization and its
   various projects, including the Institute’s professional educational programs and the
   Economic Freedom Project (www.economicfreedom.org). The Marketing Manager will work
   to create innovative program strategies that produce superior results. Essential Duties and
   Responsibilities: Identify gaps in existing marketing strategies and develop plans for
   improvement; Proven success in new strategy implementation; Develop relationships with
   various external marketing vendors; Manage and coordinate marketing staff and activities;
   Conduct market research to determine market requirements for existing and future product;
   Proactively establish and maintain effective working team relationships with all support
   departments; Provide staff with daily guidance and feedback. Qualifications: Bachelor’s
   degree; 5-7 years of social media experience preferred; Solid understanding of and passion
   for economic freedom; Previous experience supervising and mentoring staff; Excellent
   people and management skills to interact with staff, colleagues, cross-functional teams, and
   third parties; Detail-oriented with strong prioritizing and decision-making skills in a deadline-
   driven environment; Excellent written, oral communication and presentation skills; quick
   learner capable of applying new tools and techniques. More information and application
   instructions at: http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs/. Added 08/17/12

American Enterprise Institute (AEI) – Customer Management and Email Marketing
Coordinator

   Description: AEI, a nonprofit public policy research organization, seeks a team-oriented
   individual to help promote AEI’s products to its customers. The customer management and
   email marketing coordinator is part of AEI’s communications team but works closely with
   colleagues throughout the institute. Responsibilities include assembling customer lists used to
   promote AEI’s events, publications, and newsletters; scheduling, preparing, and sending
   promotional emails; analyzing email metrics and conducting email tests to promote best
   practices; maintaining records in the customer relationship management (CRM) database;
   managing the transfer of data from the website to the CRM database; and working with staff
   members of all levels on improving customer lists, database training, and troubleshooting.
   The customer management and email marketing coordinator also assists with entering daily
   financial transactions, producing internal reports, and coordinating software updates. The
   ideal candidate is detail-oriented with strong logic, organizational, and communication skills,
   and has an interest in public policy and an entrepreneurial spirit. Previous database
   experience is desired; proficiency with Microsoft Excel is required. Experience with email
   marketing or HTML is a plus. This is an excellent opportunity for someone wanting to work
   with a dynamic communications team and grow in the non-profit/think tank world. We offer
   a stimulating and harmonious work environment and excellent benefits. Qualified candidates
   should submit a resume and cover letter with their online application at www.aei.org/jobs.
   Added 08/10/12

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   Description: The Senior Media Relations Specialist serves as part of a collaborative team that
   responds to media inquiries and promotes a wide variety of activities related to medical
   research, public health, personal health, best practices, and health care policy for the
   American College of Cardiology—a major medical society representing cardiovascular
   professionals. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or
   related field; Five + years progressive and relevant experience in media and/or working with
   the media in a medical society or public relations firm; Well-organized with excellent written
   and verbal communication skills; Media-savvy with a strong sense of news value and reporter
   viewpoint. More information and application instructions at:
   http://tbe.taleo.net/NA2/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ACC&cws=1&rid=682 Added
   08/14/12

Judicial Watch – Direct Marketing Production Manager

   Description: Seeking a motivated team player to be part of a dynamic development fund-
   raising program. This key person is responsible for coordinating the production of Judicial
   Watch’s direct mail fund-raising mailings, to ensure on-time, cost effective delivery of final
   product. Duties include monitoring production schedules; coordination of vendor services;
   integration of communications between inside staff and outside service providers; and general
   oversight of all results reporting processes. Position functions in a fast paced environment
   which requires a strong team player who is organized, detail oriented, flexible and able to
   prioritize well and meet deadlines. Experience in direct marketing is a plus. To apply email
   cover letter and resume to careers@judicialwatch.org. Added 08/14/12

Manhattan Institute – Press Officer, Health Care and Legal Policy

   Description: The Manhattan Institute is looking for a new press officer to handle the
   healthcare and legal policy portfolio. The press officer is primarily responsible for
   coordinating media placements for Manhattan Institute scholars with local and national media
   (print, tv, radio, blogs, etc), and marketing the institute's ideas, publications, website and
   scholars to policy makers, scholars, and the public. The Press Officer must be a self-starter
   and have a commitment to promoting ideas that foster greater economic choice and individual
   liberty. Specific tasks include writing press advisories/ releases, coordinating media
   appearances, keeping the website updated and interesting, updating media/ policy/ scholar
   lists, and maintaining personal contacts with the media. The position requires solid writing,
   research and organizational skills -- including good presentation and an ability to
   (occasionally) organize and host events as part of marketing a project. The press officers are
   expected to represent the Institute at our own functions as well as other events -- which are
   usually after hours. This press officer position will work with the institute's Center for
   Medical Progress and Center for Legal Policy. Individuals should be comfortable following
   and discussing health care and legal policy from both a national and state perspective. In
   addition the role will be responsible for overseeing three Manhattan Institute blogs,
   MedicalProgressToday.com, ProxyMonitor.org, and PointofLaw.com. A BA in political
   science/government/ economics preferable. New media -- knowledge YouTube, Twitter,
   Facebook, etc would be a plus. More information and application instructions at:
   http://www.manhattan-institute.org/html/staff_opening.htm. Added 08/10/12

Hispanic Leadership Network – Press Assistant

   Description: Seeking qualified candidate to serve as full-time press assistant for the Hispanic
   Leadership Network (HLN) in Washington, D.C. HLN is a long-term effort to engage the


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   Hispanic community on center-right issues. We are focused on building the largest network
   of Hispanic advocates in the country to help restore opportunity and prosperity to America.
   HLN is an initiative of the American Action Network. Requirements: Bilingual in Spanish
   and English; ability to translate documents from English to Spanish; prior press experience;
   and social media experience. To apply for this position, please e-mail your resume and
   cover letter to: hlninfo@americanactionnetwork.org. Added 08/07/12.

Wounded Warrior Project – Public Relations Specialist (DC)

   Description: Coordinate and facilitate assigned public relations related activities for
   Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). Requirements: Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing,
   Communications or Journalism preferred. Equivalent education, skills, and experience
   acceptable. Minimum requirement of three years business experience in the public relations
   field. Prefer experience working within the National Capitol Region to include familiarity
   with Capitol Hill. Candidate must be comfortable working on short deadlines. Apply online:
   http://wounded-warrior-
   hr.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=309&company_id=1626
   5&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=992278&startflag=1. Added 08/03/12.

Hoover Institute – Media Relations Coordinator

   Description: The Hoover Institution at Stanford University is seeking qualified candidates
   for the position of Media Relations Coordinator based in the organization’s satellite office in
   Washington, DC. The Media Relations Coordinator reports to the Director of Media &
   Government Relations in Washington, D.C. and works closely with the California-based
   Public Affairs team on both day-to-day tasks and long-term strategic planning. In this
   capacity, the coordinator must be able to attain a comprehensive understanding of the
   priorities and goals of the team in order to work independently from the satellite location on
   special projects and initiatives. The coordinator must be a self-starter with public relations
   experience, excellent judgment and interpersonal communication skills to interact effectively
   with a wide range of audiences (e.g., national media, U.S. government officials, Hoover
   fellows, donors, and university-wide offices). Requirements: BA/BS degree, plus three to
   five years’ experience working in communications, public affairs, media relation or issues
   management. Capitol Hill and public policy experience preferred. To ensure your application
   information is captured in our official files for immediate access to your resume, you must
   apply to http://jobs.stanford.edu and in the key word search box, indicate requisition# 48955.
   Added 08/03/12.

Washington Examiner – Assistant Managing/Digital Editor

   Description: The Washington Examiner is seeking an assistant managing editor/digital editor
   who will be based in our Washington, D.C., office. The ideal candidate will be an
   experienced journalist who is tech savvy and can guide our web and mobile news content
   strategies while juggling other newsroom responsibilities. Requirements: Three years in a
   newsroom leadership position and five years of interactive experience, including working
   knowledge of HTML, CSS and multimedia news production. Candidates should have proven
   news judgment and a track record of helping print journalists develop digital media skills.
   The AME/digital editor should also be a strong communicator with a proven track record of
   digital problem-solving and troubleshooting. Candidates should have an understanding of
   content management and web metric systems, as well as knowledge of search engine
   optimization and effective web presentations. The AME/digital editor will be responsible for


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   our homepage, section fronts and mobile platforms with the latest local, national and political
   news. The ideal candidate will also have experience using social media and multimedia
   platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, Storify and Scribd, to tell stories online and drive
   audiences to news sites. Qualified candidates please email
   stephenrsparks@washingtonexaminer.com with resume. Added 07/27/12

American Enterprise Institute – Communications Assistant, Foreign and Defense Policy

   Description: The American Enterprise Institute seeks a full-time communications assistant to
   work in the foreign and defense policy department. The primary responsibility of this
   position is to serve as an internal liaison and point of contact between the foreign and defense
   policy department and communications departments within AEI (Public Affairs, Government
   Relations, and Marketing). Other duties include posting to AEI’s blog and website;
   overseeing the department’s social media efforts; managing a small team of interns; assisting
   in marketing promotion for conferences; and handling media requests. Requirements: This
   position requires excellent writing, research, communication, and organization skills. The
   ideal candidate will have a demonstrated interest in foreign and defense policy with
   experience in public relations and communications. Creativity and an ability to multitask are
   also essential. A master’s degree in a relevant field is preferred, though not required.
   Qualified applicants should submit an online application at www.aei.org/jobs, complete with
   a resume, cover letter, transcripts, and 500-word writing sample on any topic. Added
   07/17/12.

The Institute for the Study of War – Communications Director

   Description: The Communications Director is responsible for developing and executing the
   strategic plan for ISW’s press and media engagements, publicity, government relations,
   marketing and advertising, and website management. The Director must be an experienced
   communicator with the ability to manage diverse personalities and projects under tight
   deadlines. He or she must be comfortable working with a national security portfolio, and
   have the capability to balance communications with discretion. The Director is expected to
   increase the name recognition of the ISW brand while also assisting the research staff in the
   promotion of their products and policy proposals though creative new media efforts, public
   events, media engagement and Congressional outreach. The Director is also expected to
   advise and assist the development staff with its publicity and marketing requirements.
   Requirements: 4 years minimum professional experience in communications, public
   relations, media relations advertising/marketing, government relations and/or event
   production; management experience; and a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred). This
   position will be filled immediately, and applications will be considered on a rolling basis. To
   apply, please submit a letter of interest, resume, and a professional writing sample to John
   Williams at hiring@understandingwar.org. Added 07/13/12.

American Enterprise Institute – Director of Media Operations

   Description: The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) seeks a Director of Media Operations.
   The principal objective of this position is to enhance AEI’s mission by promoting the
   dissemination of AEI ideas among journalists, various media outlets, and the general public.
   This position will work with policy scholars, executives, and support staff to devise media
   marketing plans for the Institute’s research work. This includes implementing and evaluating
   new publicity tools, training and managing staff to support media efforts, and developing
   metrics to measure success. Required skills include excellent writing, interpersonal,


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   leadership, and organizational abilities. The ideal candidate will have significant experience
   with public policy and a variety of political media outlets, including newspapers, news
   television, radio, and political blogs. Qualified candidates should submit an online
   application, complete with a resume and brief statement of interest. Please apply online at:
   www.aei.org/jobs. Added 07/13/12.

Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa – Director of Public Affairs

   Description: The Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (ASMEA) is
   seeking a qualified individual to fill a paid temporary position from the end of July through
   the end of October. The position would report to the Director of Public Affairs and perform
   duties in assistance for the preparation of the upcoming annual conference on October 11-13,
   2012. A bachelor’s degree and time commitment of 25-40 hrs/ wk is required. The position
   is ideal for a recent graduate with experience in event management and database
   administration as well as an interest in issues relating to the Middle East and Africa.
   Resumes and cover letters should be sent to: sgk@asmeascholars.org. Added 07/13/12.

Edelman – Sr. Account Executive

   Description: The Sr. Account Executive must have at least one year of relevant experience in
   online or traditional campaigns and/or related experience in: public relations, political
   campaigns, Hill or state legislative office, or earned media/journalism. The Account
   Executive must be highly organized with the ability to manage multiple project deadlines
   efficiently, proactive, flexible, autonomous, quality-minded, detail-oriented and driven.
   Requirements: At least one year of public relations or communications experience. Apply
   online at
   https://tbe.taleo.net/NA1/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=EDELMAN&cws=1&rid=1835.
   Added 07/13/12.

AIPAC – Press Secretary

   Description: The Press Secretary acts as the organization's day-to-day media contact.
   Responsible for conceptualizing and implementing overall outreach strategies for all
   segments of U.S. media, while playing a key role in the development, writing, editing and
   execution of AIPAC public messaging. Requirements: Bachelor's degree or commensurate
   experience 5+ years of industry experience Passion for a strong US-Israel relationship
   Candidate should have proven press contacts and a keen ability to interact with high level
   media in discussing complex, substantive foreign policy matters Excellent writing and editing
   skills Political campaign, Capitol Hill or Public Relations experience strongly preferred
   Experience working with Middle East issues strongly preferred Ability to speak Spanish
   preferred. Send resume and cover letter to hr@aipac.org. Added 07/10/12.

Judicial Watch – Investigative Journalist

   Description: Judicial Watch is seeking an experienced investigative reporter to start and
   direct an investigative journalism program for our conservative government watchdog group.
   The reporter will pursue stories that advance our mission of promoting integrity,
   accountability, and transparency in government, politics, and the law. The ideal candidate
   will have 10-12 years of journalism experience, especially covering Congress and the
   Executive Branch. To apply for a position, please submit a resume© and cover letter, along



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   with salary requirements to careers@judicialwatch.org. Please include the job title your
   applying for in the subject line. Added 07/06/12.

The Pinkston Group – Public Relations Account Coordinator

   Description: The ideal candidate has experience pitching the media for political and/or
   corporate entities. We try to approach client challenges individually, avoiding cookie-cutter
   plans or other ready-made solutions, so applicants should be flexible, creative and driven.
   Applicants must be able to manage multiple assignments within tight timeframes. Adaptable,
   entrepreneurial individuals with broad skill sets do well here. Excellent writing skills are
   highly valued. We offer a rewarding work environment and a competitive benefits package.
   Salary in the 30s. Please send cover letter, resume, salary requirements and any writing
   samples you wish you include to resumes@pinkstongroup.com with “Account Coordinator”
   in the subject. Added 07/06/12.

Conservative Start-up Organization – Graphic Designer

   Description: New start-up is seeking a creative, hardworking, up-and-coming graphic
   designer to join our growing team of digital strategists to assist conservative non-profits in
   expanding their online footprint. As our in-house graphic designer you’ll create top-notch
   web graphics, display advertising, infographics and other design collateral. The right
   candidate will be deadline-focused and able to juggle multiple projects with rapid turnaround
   of requested deliverables. Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop and
   Illustrator) is a must. Familiarity with HTML, CSS, Adobe Flash or video editing software is
   a bonus, but not required. The position is based in downtown Washington, DC with a
   competitive salary based on experience. To apply, please email your resume with a link to
   your design portfolio to ConservativeSocialeMediaWork@gmail.com. Added 07/03/12.

Citizen’s United – Associate Producer

   Description: Need Associate Producer from February - May/June for feature-length
   documentary film, with a possible extension past June. Must have proven experience with all
   aspects of pre-production through to post production. Responsibilities include: -set up
   location shoots and interviews -research stock and news footage -rights and clearances for
   stock footage -manage the production budget -manage the production schedule, including
   keeping milestones on track such as script delivery, rough cuts, fine cut, film finishing, and
   final delivery -work closely with Director, Executive Producer, Director of Production,
   production team, crew, and others involved in the Production throughout all stages of
   production Must be familiar with post production processes and different tape and file
   formats. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment, juggling multiple tasks within
   tight deadlines. Evening and weekend hours may be required at times. Must be familiar with
   post production processes and different tape and file formats. Must be able to work in a fast-
   paced environment, juggling multiple tasks within tight deadlines. Please email your resume
   and link to your work (if available) to TienPasco@citizensunited.org. No phone calls, please.
   2-5 years of experience as an Associate Producer preferred. Please do not apply unless you
   have experience working on documentaries for film or television. Please email your resume
   and link to your work (if available) to cuproductions@gmail.com Added 07/03/12.

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   Description: The American Legislative Exchange Council has an immediate opening for a
    Press Secretary. The Press Secretary will work with the media to promote the work of the
   American Legislative Exchange Council. Working with the Director of Communications,
   the Press Secretary will establish and cultivate relationships with the news media and will
   draft, edit, and pitch various forms of communication. Please note the Press Secretary
   position is newly created and is not entry level. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required;
   minimum of three years related experience working in media and communications; existing
   relationships with members of the media; and ability to work independently, as well as
   collaboratively, in a fast-paced environment. E-mail a resume, a writing sample, and a cover
   letter to Genneya Briscoe at gbriscoe@alec.org. Added 06/29/12.

Conservative Organization – Strategic On-line Communications Manager

   Description: The Strategic On-line Communications Manager will serve as a lead member of
   a highly aggressive communications team at a national non-profit organization that is
   dedicated to economic growth, the advancement and protection of individual freedom and
   keeping government small. The individual will manage various IT projects within the
   organization, including running on-line ads and issue campaigns, handling content
   management for the website, producing and edit on-line copy, including various email
   communications to supporters and blog posts; overseeing e-mail management software,
   working with outside vendors to ensure project completion and any other projects as
   required. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree required. Major in communications or
   marketing would be helpful but is not required. Technical degrees will also be considered and
   one to two years of experience in digital communications. Interested individuals should send
   their resumes to NewHires2012@gmail.com. Added 06/22/12.

Charles Koch Institute – Marketing Coordinator

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks a Marketing Coordinator with a special focus
   on social media to join its communications team. This position will work in support of efforts
   to increase the awareness of and engagement in the Institute’s various projects, including the
   Economic Freedom Project and the Institute’s professional education programs. The
   Marketing Coordinator will be responsible for creating, executing, and measuring marketing
   strategies that more effectively reach the goals of the communications team and CKI.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; 3-5 years of marketing/ advertising experience; and solid
   understanding of and passion for economic freedom. Apply online at
   http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs/. Added 06/22/12.

Conservative House Member – Online Communications Adviser

   Description: Conservative House member seeks an Online Communications Adviser. The
   individual (working under the Communications Director) will be responsible for developing
   content for the members website, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. This individual will work
   on 1) improving and expanding the existing new media/online presence of the member and 2)
   pitching new opportunities for online communications. The ideal candidate is creative,
   flexible, and eager. Candidates must have excellent writing skills. Knowledge of and
   experience with a variety of new media/online communications platforms is essential.
   Proficiency with Photoshop, InDesign, and HTML is a plus. Interested applicants should
   email a cover letter, resume, and any other material you deem relevant to
   caphillopening@gmail.com. Added 06/22/12.



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Ethics and Public Policy Center – Communications Director, American Religious Freedom
Program

   Description: The Communications Director operates in a leadership capacity to create,
   implement, and assess messaging strategies that support and promote core religious-freedom
   objectives. Uses innovative social-media strategies to develop diverse communities of
   interest whose members are equipped to take action and make sound, compelling arguments
   on behalf of religious freedom. Collaborates routinely with allies and potential allies to
   ensure accurate national, state, and local messaging and media coverage on religious-freedom
   issues and on work by the religious-freedom movement. Produces (and oversees others’
   production of) policy papers, special reports, opinion pieces, media releases, fact sheets,
   talking points, blog posts, tweets, and similar written products. Develops excellent
   relationships with leaders and innovators in traditional, new, and social media. Reports to
   executive director and develops messaging in close collaboration with other directors.
   Responsible for comprehensive strategic and tactical planning and written reporting. Manages
   junior staff member(s), communications consultants, and other vendors. Candidates must
   have exceptional relational and communication skills and a track record of sound political
   judgment. Must also enjoy working in an entrepreneurial environment and on projects with
   aggressive schedules. Ideal candidates will have a master’s or professional degree and 5-8
   years of relevant communications experience. Send cover letter, resume, and multiple
   writing samples to info@religiousfreedom.org with the subject line “Communications
   Director.” Added 06/19/12.

Conservative Start-up – Social Media Strategist

   Description: New start-up seeks smart, motivated politicos to join rapidly growing team that
   will assist conservative non-profits in expanding their digital footprints. Work involves social
   media monitoring, influencer outreach, content creation, data analysis, and strategic
   communications planning. Passion for conservative politics is a requirement, and prior social
   media experience is strongly preferred. Job is based in Washington, DC with a competitive
   salary based on experience. To apply, please email your resume with a brief cover note to
   ConservativeSocialEMediaWork@gmail.com. Added 06/19/12.

Mercatus Center – Media Relations Manager

   Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University seeks a dynamic and proven
   media relations professional to lead our daily media relations activities. The Media Relations
   Manager reports to the Director of Media Relations and has primary responsibility for
   managing the media relations staff and implementing media strategies that connect Mercatus
   research and scholars with the media. Requirements: Minimum of 3-5 years experience
   working in public relations and proven track record as a team builder and leader; excellent
   writing and editing skills; experience with delivering media training and coaching on
   effective messaging techniques; demonstrated ability to manage and complete several
   projects simultaneously under tight deadlines; and familiarity with economics and public
   policy strongly preferred. To apply, please email the following materials to
   HR@Mercatus.org: Resume and cover letter, which must include your philosophical interest
   in the mission of Mercatus Center and your desired salary. Added 06/15/12.

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   Description: The Manhattan Institute (MI), a 501(c)(3) think tank located in New York City
   whose mission is to develop and disseminate new ideas that foster greater economic choice
   and individual responsibility, is seeking a Media Relations Manager. This position’s primary
   responsibility will be to manage TV and radio placements for MI experts and coverage of MI
   events. The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience, preferably in either TV or
   radio guest booking/ producing and have established media contacts. Required skills include
   excellent networking and relationship-building, an understanding of the technical side of
   TV/video production, a high level of strategic focus and planning, creative thinking with solid
   experience in concept-to-execution of marketing new ideas and proficiency with social media
   tools such as Twitter/You Tube. The individual must enjoy working in a fast-paced, multi-
   tasking, deadline-oriented, dynamic environment with constant change. Qualified candidates
   should submit an application, complete with a resume and brief statement of interest (why
   you and why the Manhattan Institute) to the attention of Lindsay Craig, Vice President,
   Communications & Marketing at: jobopenings@manhattan-institute.org. Added 06/15/12.

Conservative Start-up Organization – Social Media Strategist

   Description: New start-up seeks smart, motivated politicos to join rapidly growing team that
   will assist conservative non-profits in expanding their digital footprints. Work involves social
   media monitoring, influencer outreach, content creation, data analysis, and strategic
   communications planning. Passion for conservative politics is a requirement, and prior social
   media experience is strongly preferred. Job is based in Washington, DC with a competitive
   salary based on experience. To apply, please email your resume with a brief cover note to
   ConservativeSocialEMediaWork@gmail.com. Added 06/15/12.

Ethics and Public Policy Center – Communications Director, American Religious Freedom
Program

   Description: The Communications Director operates in a leadership capacity to create,
   implement, and assess messaging strategies that promote and support core religious-freedom
   objectives. Uses innovative new-media strategies to develop diverse communities of interest
   whose members are equipped to take action and make sound, compelling arguments on
   behalf of religious freedom. Collaborates routinely with allies and potential allies to ensure
   accurate national, state, and local media coverage and messaging on religious-freedom issues
   and on work by the religious-freedom movement. Produces (and oversees others’ production
   of) policy papers, special reports, opinion pieces, media releases, fact sheets, talking points,
   blog posts, tweets, and similar written products. Develops excellent relationships with and
   proactively pitches products to leaders in traditional and new media. Reports to executive
   director and develops messaging in close collaboration with other directors. Responsible for
   comprehensive strategic and tactical planning and written reporting. Manages junior staff
   member(s), communications consultants, and other vendors. Candidates must have
   exceptional relational and communication skills and a track record of sound political
   judgment. Must also enjoy working in an entrepreneurial environment and on projects with
   aggressive schedules. Ideal candidates will have a master’s or professional degree and 5-8
   years of high-level communications experience. Send cover letter, resume, and multiple
   writing samples to info@religiousfreedom.org with the subject line “Communications
   Director.” Added 06/12/12.

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   Description: Direct Impact, a leading grassroots communications firm, seeks a seasoned
   public relations professional to join our Washington, DC team. A Senior Associate is
   responsible for day-to-day client services and typically focuses on issues-oriented topics. The
   Senior Associate is also responsible for specialty writing and handling strategic media
   relationships, as well as acts as a project manager for client programs. Requirements: Strong
   media relations, writing an client counseling skills; 5+ years of experience working for a
   major corporation, consulting, communications firm or media outlet. Preference for
   knowledge of media relations with strong focus on DC market. To apply, please send a cover
   letter and resume to jobs@directimpact. Added 06/08/12.

Conservative Member of Congress – Communications Director

   Description: Conservative Republican Member of Congress seeks an experienced Director of
   Communications to manage all communications activities. Candidates must have 5 years of
   experience in press-related position, extraordinary writing skills, and experience managing
   staff. Must demonstrate knowledge of the intersection of politics and policy. Must be
   energetic, creative, self-motivated, strategic, and quick-thinking. Duties include developing
   and expanding national and local outreach strategies, defining message, writing speeches, and
   growing media contacts. Must be willing to work long hours and under high-pressured
   deadlines. Previous House experience a plus. Salary commensurate with experience.
   Qualified candidates please email resume, writing sample, and two references to
   gopcommdir@gmail.com. Added 06/05/12.

Development
Judicial Watch – Manager of Major Gifts

   Description: As the Manager of Major Gifts, you are the representative of Judicial Watch to
   our donors. By forging strong relationships with present and future donors, the Manager
   would be expected to grow our donor base and facilitate easy communication between
   Judicial Watch and the public. Tasks would include managing our database, maintaining
   regular correspondence with major donors, and being the face of our organization to
   prospective donors. Candidates must be willing to travel regionally on occasion. This position
   functions in a fast-paced environment with minimal direct supervision. Your primary task
   would be to spearhead foundation fundraising efforts to ensure success. Minimum of 3 years
   major/planned gift fundraising experience (sales experience can be substituted) and
   knowledge of fundraising techniques and strategies. To apply for a position, please submit a
   resumé and cover letter, along with salary requirements to careers@judicialwatch.org. Please
   include the job title you are applying for in the subject line. Added 08/14/12

The Goldwater Institute – Vice President, Development (Phoenix, AZ)

   Description: The Vice President of Development is responsible for leading the fundraising
   team in designing and executing fundraising initiatives in support of the Institute’s mission.
   The Goldwater Institute is experiencing tremendous success in advancing policy, and we
   require an experienced Vice President to help us grow our resources to leverage our
   experienced team of litigators and researchers to achieve even greater success. The Vice
   President will supervise and coordinate the work of outside consultants and manage two or
   more full-time development associates. The Vice President is part of the Institute’s senior
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   marketing areas. The Vice President is responsible for executing all aspects of a complete
   fundraising program including developing and sustaining relationships, supervising events,
   and training young development associates for the team. This position reports directly to the
   President. Requirements: 5 years related experience with organizations with annual budgets
   exceeding $5 million; enjoy travel; and embrace the advancement of the principles of limited
   government, personal responsibility, and free enterprise. Address cover letter and resume and
   two writing samples, not to exceed 10 pages total, to Roger Zetah, Director of Finance and
   Administration, Goldwater Institute, 500 E. Coronado Road, Phoenix AZ 85004, or by e-mail
   to careers@goldwaterinstitute.org. Added 08/07/12.

National Math + Science Initiative – Development Associate (Dallas, TX)

   Description: The grant writer will be responsible for writing proposals for both unrestricted
   operating revenue and restricted projects and for submitting timely and accurate narrative
   reports for all existing grant-funded projects. The grant writer facilitates research,
   development, review, and editing of all grant proposals, both formal and informal, submitted
   by the National Math and Science Initiative; conducts basic research for potential funding
   sources and maintains databases; supports the development department in creating new
   proposals and seeking additional opportunities for financial support. This person must be
   able to work on multiple, detail-oriented projects, while meeting tight deadline schedules.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and minimum of one to two years of grant writing
   experience or other similarly expository and persuasive writing experience. Send resume and
   cover letter to Lynn Gibson, lgibson@nationalmathandscience.org. Added 07/24/12.

Advanced Placement Strategies – Director of Development (Dallas, TX)

   Description: The Director of Development will be responsible for cultivating, soliciting and
   stewarding up to 200 current and prospective donors. This position will build and advance
   strong personal, team and professional relationships with donors that result in philanthropic
   contributions. The Director will develop an annual work plan for the identification,
   qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of the assigned prospects, work
   independently and creatively to match donor interests with campaign priorities, write and
   present funding proposals and negotiate and structure complex gifts. The Director will
   collaborate with all APS staff and board of directors and work with the president of APS to
   assist in other venues to raise funds and awareness as needed. While focusing on the
   development of APS, the Director will collaborate with the Development staff of the National
   Math and Science Initiative to coordinate fund-raising efforts. Requirements: Bachelor’s
   degree and five years of fundraising experience required with experience in foundation,
   corporation and individual fundraising. Please send your resume, cover letter, and salary
   requirements to Charlotte Carlisle of Advanced Placement Strategies™, Inc. at
   ccarlisle@apstrategies.org. Added 07/24/12.

AEI – Development Grants Manager

   Description: The American Enterprise Institute, a public policy research organization, seeks
   a full-time grants manager to support the financial and analytical needs of the development
   department. Interest in promoting AEI’s free enterprise message to prospective and current
   donors, with the aim of building, cultivating, and maintaining strong donor relationships is
   essential. The candidate must understand AEI’s mission and have a strong interest in the
   Institute’s work and public policy. Responsibilities include working with scholars and staff
   in the development department and throughout the Institute on creating budgets and


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   financials for grant proposals and reports; project analysis; cash flow monitoring; and donor
   metrics. These responsibilities require excellent communication and organization skills, the
   ability to meet tight deadlines and multi-task; strategic thinking on how to best present
   material; and a creative, entrepreneurial, and detail-oriented personality. Knowledge of Excel
   and a strong aptitude for databases (including queries and reports) required; power-point is a
   plus. An ideal candidate has 5 years of experience. Qualified applicants should submit a
   cover letter, resume and writing sample at www.aei.org/jobs. Added 07/17/12.

ALEC – Donor Relations Coordinator

   Description: The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) seeks a Donor Relations
   Coordinator to perform a variety of administrative tasks for the Membership and Meetings
   Department. This position reports to the Senior Director of Membership and Meetings and
   provides support for the Membership staff in a wide-range of areas, including setting
   appointments and meetings, maintaining the database, sending out letters and shipments,
   assisting members, researching prospects, overseeing interns, and providing database training
   as necessary. One to three years relevant experience is preferred, as is a Bachelor’s degree,
   familiarity with Microsoft office, and general database experience. E-mail a resume, a writing
   sample, and a cover letter to Genneya Briscoe at gbriscoe@alec.org. Added 07/03/12.

American Spectator Foundation – Executive Vice President, Development

   Description: The Executive Vice President, Development will oversee all fundraising
   activities for The American Spectator Foundation, which is responsible for publishing The
   American Spectator magazine and its daily online edition, providing Americans with news
   and commentary from a conservative perspective. The Foundation also trains young writers
   for careers in journalism. This is a senior-level position, requiring management of office staff
   and outside vendors and direct interaction with members of the board of directors, donors,
   and corporate and foundation executives. The Executive Vice President, Development will
   work day to day with the founder and editor in chief, but will also report to the three-member
   Executive Committee of the Board of Directors on a quarterly basis. For more information:
   http://talentmarket.org/evp-dev-amspec/. Added 06/19/12.

Veteran’s Charity – Director of Institutional Advancement

   Description: A leading Washington, DC area charity for returning veterans is seeking a
   Director of Institutional Advancement. The Director develops and implements the
   organization’s fundraising plan based on existing and future funding priorities, and provides
   strategic counsel on overall institutional communications and marketing. The Director is
   responsible for developing long-term philanthropic relationships with donors, soliciting major
   donors for annual gifts, managing development staff in different regions across the country,
   planning and coordinating strategic steps to reach financial goals and overseeing the
   organization’s outreach and marketing to key audiences. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree
   and A minimum of 6 years of experience in direct major gift solicitation, or equivalent
   experience in strategic planning and persuasive communications; experience managing a
   development office. Salary targeted at 60k. Send resume with salary requirements to Ann
   Fitzgerald, ann@acfitzgerald.com. Added 06/19/12.

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   Description: The Charles Koch Foundation seeks a Senior Development Associate. The main
   responsibility of this role is to identify and recruit major philanthropic partners who seek to
   explore a free and prosperous society in collaboration with institutions of higher education.
   Work with these partners to fund the talent and research capabilities necessary to advance
   economic freedom. Requirements: 5 years of experience; past fundraising experience; high
   degree of strategic management, prioritization, and solicitation of high level donors. Apply
   online at http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs/. Added 06/15/12.

Students for Life – Regional Development Manager

   Description: The Regional Development Manager assists our Field Team with raising
   financial support for their life-saving work in their region. The Regional Development
   Manager will be responsible for growing their own list of support from the bottom up through
   personal solicitation and events. Innovative ideas will be highly encouraged. He/She will
   need to report on their progress on a bi-weekly basis to the national Development Director.
     Requirements: Experience in the pro-life or conservative political communities. A proven
   track record of fundraising success, proficiency in Microsoft Office, and some donor database
   knowledge is preferred. Strong work ethic and a passion for the Pro-Life mission is a must!
   Ideal candidate will possess strong interpersonal and communication skills (both written and
   verbal), a fine attention to detail as well as the ability to interact effectively and appropriately
   with donors and the community. Must be an independent worker with the ability to organize
   and prioritize tasks without supervision. Candidates of all ages are encouraged to
   apply. Salary is commission based. To apply for this job, please send your resume to Kristan
   Hawkins, kristan@studentsforlife.org. Added 06/15/12.

Freedom Works – Development Associate / Writer

   Description: FreedomWorks, a free-market grassroots organization that fights for lower
   taxes, less government and more economic freedom, is looking to expand the writing capacity
   of its growing fundraising department with a Development Associate/Writer. The
   Development Writer must possess superior writing skills and be able to produce compelling
   copy under tight deadlines for use in proposals, reports, newsletters, and other major donor
   correspondence. Requirements: Bachelor's degree and proven commitment to free market
   principles; excellent written and verbal communication skills and a sharp editing eye; and
   one to five years’ experience writing in a professional setting. Please e-mail a cover letter,
   resume, and two writing samples to:cdomenech@freedomworks.org. Added 06/15/12.

The Fund for American Studies – Coordinator, Individual Giving

   Description: Job Overview The Coordinator of individual giving will build relationships and
   solicit gifts from a portfolio of donors in the $1,000 to $5,000 giving level. He or she will
   report to the Executive Director of Development and will work in partnership with the
   President, board leadership and senior development staff to engage major donors and
   prospects in long term relationships with TFAS. Requirements: Proven track record in
   cultivating, soliciting, closing and stewarding major gifts; Demonstrated success in
   developing and managing relationships with volunteer leadership, key donors and senior
   staff; strong organizational, presentation, and interpersonal skills; strategic and creative
   thinker with entrepreneurial skills; and knowledge of Raisers Edge software. Application
   Please email cover letter and resume in confidence to: Maria C. Gullo Executive Director,
   Development mgullo@tfas.org. Added 06/15/12.



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Education
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (NAPCS) – Chief of Staff

   Description: NAPCS is a national nonprofit organization committed to advancing the charter
   school movement. Our ultimate goal is to lead public education to unprecedented levels of
   high academic achievement for all students through the fostering of a strong charter sector.
   The Chief of Staff is responsible for leading and managing a comprehensive array of
   programs and departments. He/she will partner with direct reports to develop, implement, and
   manage the program aspects of NAPCS’s strategy and annual budget. He/she will assist the
   CEO in planning, organizing, and implementing public and private fundraising initiatives.
   The Chief of Staff will inform the chief executive officer, and, by extension, the board of
   directors, of all program issues and accomplishments. Primary responsibilities include:
   Provide effective leadership and stewardship of NAPCS by shaping and staffing all
   departments; Grow and cultivate a high performance organizational culture by further
   developing and implementing recruitment, training, and retention strategies; Ensure that all
   program activities operate consistently and ethically within the mission and values of
   NAPCS. Qualifications: Undergraduate degree, MBA preferred; Strong operational
   experience with at least four years in leadership roles; Demonstrated experience in successful
   fiscal management. More information and application instructions at:
   http://publiccharters.org/About-Us/Working-at-the-NAPCS.aspx. Added 08/10/12

American University – Director of Community Relations

   Description: Under minimal supervision, this position works with the Assistant Vice
   President and collaboratively with other departments and individuals across the University to
   develop and carry out the overall strategy for managing the University’s relationship with the
   neighboring community. The position has principal responsibility for the development and
   maintenance of long-term relationships with neighborhood residents and is responsible for
   advancing the university’s interests in all areas where they are affected by community
   organizations or individuals. Educational Requirements: Bachelors degree required and a
   Masters degree is preferred. Minimum Requirements: At least 8 years of substantial
   progressive community and/or government relations experience. Ability to forge effective
   and efficient working relationships and to function as consensus builder; excellent written
   and oral presentation skills; exceptional listening and facilitation skills; ability to function in a
   private sector institution, understanding and appreciating relations with university leadership,
   alumni, and other important external and internal constituencies and audiences. Familiarity
   with the utilization of social media to help manage and coordinate community relations.
   Team oriented with excellent interpersonal skills. Excellent persuasive skills with the ability
   to be calm and professional under pressure. Requires knowledge of and familiarity with the
   neighborhoods surrounding the University as well as with District issues, agencies and
   regulatory processes. Enjoys working with people. Be community-minded and have an
   understanding of the workings of non-profit, civic and community groups. Outgoing,
   personable, and articulate. Good writing, organization and planning skills are essential.
   Preferred Requirements: Higher education experience is preferred. Additional Information:
   Candidates must be able to successfully complete a pre-employment background check.
   Apply Online at https://jobs.american.edu/JobPosting.aspx?JPID=2223. Added 07/31/12.

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U.S. Rep. Scott Garrett (NJ-5) – Communications Director

   Description: Congressman Garrett is looking for a Communications Director to lead his press
   shop. The successful candidate will be a committed conservative, a self-starter, have several
   years of press/public relations experience and a proven track record of working proactively to
   secure earned media coverage. Familiarity with Capitol Hill, the legislative process and
   financial service issues is preferred. Interested candidates should submit their resume to
   NJ05.jobs@mail.house.gov. Added 08/17/12

Southern Conservative Senator – Front Office Supervisor

   Description: Seeking experienced, outgoing, reliable professional for Front Office Supervisor
   position. This individual would have 5 to 10 years of Hill experience and oversee day-to-day
   front office operations for the DC office (including Staff Assistants, interns, constituent
   phone calls, visitors) and would help with flags and tour requests. A strong background in
   customer service or constituent services would be helpful. The ability to multi-task and
   communicate efficiently in a fast-paced environment is essential. The position does not
   advance into a legislative position within this office. Salary is commensurate with experience.
   Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to senate_employment@saa.senate.gov with a job
   referral number of 221834. Added 08/14/12

Rep. Bill Posey (FL-15) – Legislative Assistant

   Description: Congressman Bill Posey (FL) is seeking a Legislative Assistant to primarily
   handle space and military. LA will handle several other issues as well. Ideal candidates will
   have a minimum of two years of Hill experience (one or more as an LA) and should be self-
   motivated and team-oriented. Duties include, but are not limited to developing legislative
   initiatives; monitoring Floor, committee, and regulatory activity; and working with
   constituents. Florida ties are preferred but not required. Interested applications should send a
   cover letter and resume to resumeFL15@mail.house.gov. Please put “Legislative Assistant”
   in the subject line. Added 08/07/12.

Rep. Kevin Brady (TX-08) – Press Secretary

   Description: Responsibilities include drafting/distributing press releases; writing op-eds
   and/or letters to the editor; monthly e-newsletter; updating and improving the website;
   booking interviews and pitching stories; establishing and maintaining strong relations with
   national media; and preparation of talking points and speeches. Also, the candidate should be
   a strong writer and a team player and have knowledge of video, audio and photography and
   editing in those medium. Preferred candidates should have knowledge of Congressional
   legislative process, proficiency with new media, and ability to identify press opportunities.
   Please send Resume, writing samples and references to staff.doug@mail.house.gov. No calls
   or walk-ins. Added 08/03/12.

Rep. Michael C. Burgess (TX-25) – Health Legislative Fellow

   Description: Congressman Michael C. Burgess M.D., Vice Chairman of the Health
   Subcommittee on Energy & Commerce seeks a Health Legislative Fellow. In this position the
   Fellow will act as administrative and legislative support to the Congressman’s Health Policy
   Director and Health Policy Advisor. The Fellow will provide research and administrative
   support while gaining a basic understanding of health policy and the legislative process on


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   Capitol Hill [please cite The Brad Traverse Group]. The Fellow will gain an understanding of
   the committees of jurisdiction on health matters, the role of various political/policy actors, the
   statutory origin of major health law and the ongoing issues in health policy. The Fellow will
   be encouraged to approach assignments from a legislative and inquisitive perspective, trying
   to predict the legislative consequences of potential policy changes in healthcare. They will
   also learn the basics of health and legislative policy, attend briefings/ committee hearings as
   assigned, assist in the drafting of Floor statements, blogs, Dear Colleagues, memos and
   certain constituent mail to delve into the details of health policy. There is room for the right
   candidate to grow in the position to assume responsibility for legislative and investigative
   projects. The ideal candidate is an intelligent, hard working, and committed person who
   writes and researches well and is interested in health policy and is looking to gain practical
   experience for a career on Capitol Hill dealing with health policy. We are looking for a
   candidate who is willing to commit to staying 5-6 months. The position will be paid a small
   stipend and work hours are negotiable. Interested candidates should send a short cover letter
   and resume to JP Paluskiewicz at James.Paluskiewicz@mail.house.gov. Added 07/24/12.

Conservative House Member – Legislative Correspondent

   Description: A Conservative Member is seeking a Legislative Correspondent to manage all
   aspects of constituent correspondence in his DC office. Interested applicants will have
   knowledge of the legislative process, excellent writing and organizational skills and a strong
   attention to detail. Duties include, but are not limited to, sorting incoming letters and emails,
   tracking and assigning mail through IQ, drafting and sending timely responses, and preparing
   weekly mail reports. Texas ties are a must. Interested applications should send a cover letter
   and resume to TexasLCPosition@gmail.com with “Legislative Correspondent” in the subject
   line. Added 07/24/12.

Conservative Oklahoma House Member – Staff Assistant

   Description: Staff Assistant Oklahoma Republican seeking a staff assistant. Duties include
   general office management, answering phones, processing mail, scheduling Capitol tours and
   White House tours, supervising interns, and assisting staff and Member as necessary.
   Oklahoma ties are required. Please send a resume and cover-letter to
   sean.murphy@mail.house.gov. Added 07/24/12.

Conservative Kansas Member – Scheduler

   Description: Kansas Republican Member is seeking a scheduler/executive assistant with
   prior scheduling experience. The ideal candidate will have prior Hill experience, be
   professional, discreet, and possess excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills.
   Candidate must be extremely well organized and able to multi-task efficiently in a quickly
   moving environment. Kansas ties are a plus, but not a requirement. Please send cover letter
   and resume to ks02resume@mail.house.gov with the subject line “Scheduler.” Added
   07/17/12.

Midwestern Congressman – Staff Assistant/ Legislative Correspondent

   Description: Busy, top-target Midwestern office seeks Staff Assistant/LC to manage front
   office and mail program. Duties include answering phones, greeting visitors, giving tours,
   managing the intern program, drafting correspondence and creating mail reports. The ideal
   candidate will be conservative, possess strong writing, organizational and interpersonal skills,


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   and excel at constituent service. Hill experience and knowledge of IQ is necessary, and
   Midwestern ties are strongly preferred. Interested candidates should email resume and a short
   (no more than one page) writing sample to ewizcthh@aol.com with Staff Asst/LC in the
   subject line. Added 07/17/12.

Rep. Ander Crenshaw (FL-04) – Staff Assistant/ Assistant to the Chief of Staff

   Description: The Office of Congressman Ander Crenshaw seeks qualified candidates for the
   position of Staff Assistant/ Assistant to the Chief of Staff in the Member’s Washington, DC
   office. Responsibilities include greeting constituents, answering phones, managing all
   constituent tours, flag requests, maintaining general office supplies, and assisting the
   legislative staff as needed. In addition, this position works closely with the Chief of Staff on
   scheduling and other matters as assigned. This is a unique position that requires someone who
   is proactive and personable. Ideal candidates must be highly organized, detail-oriented and
   have the ability to multitask. Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills are
   needed. Capitol Hill experience, Florida ties and familiarity with IQ are preferred but not
   required. Please send cover letter, resume, and writing sample to: FL04Jobs@mail.house.gov.
   Added 07/17/12.

Southern Conservative House Member – Press Secretary

   Description: Southern conservative House member seeks a Press Secretary to independently
   handle a wide range of press and media activities. This individual must possess excellent oral
   and written communication skills, an acute attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task in
   a fast paced environment. This individual must be confident and well spoken, and should
   possess strong interpersonal skills and a willingness to work in a team environment. Qualified
   candidates will be able to demonstrate an assertive and organized approach when pitching,
   preparing, and performing media projects. Responsibilities will include drafting public
   statements, speeches, and articles on legislation, public policy, and current events; pitching
   news stories to local, state, and national media organizations, managing the member’s web
   site and social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr); publishing media advisories in
   advance of district travel; producing weekly video messages; drafting, editing, and publishing
   a weekly column; editing constituent mail; and building and maintaining relationships with
   state and local media outlets. Qualified applicants will have a willingness and capacity to stay
   current on relevant policy issues. This position is based in the Washington, D.C., office, but
   some in-state travel may be required. The Press Secretary will report directly to the Chief of
   Staff. This is not an entry-level press position and three years or more of relevant
   communications experience is preferred. Southern ties are a plus. Interested individuals
   should send a resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to congressjob@gmail.com.
   Emails will be accepted through July 20, 2012. Added 07/13/12.

Rep John Culberson (TX-07) – Legislative Assistant

   Description: Rep. John Culberson is seeking a Legislative Assistant. The position requires
   in-depth knowledge of homeland security and immigration issues. This is NOT an entry-level
   position; at least two years of previous Capitol Hill experience as a Legislative Assistant or
   equivalent is required. Qualified candidates should be strong writers, possess the ability to
   work on several projects simultaneously, and be able to communicate clearly in a team-
   oriented environment. Responsibilities will include developing and planning legislative
   initiatives, monitoring developments within Committees and on the House floor, and regular
   interaction with constituents. Houston ties are preferred but not required. Interested applicants


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   should email a resume and two short writing samples to tx07jobs@mail.house.gov. Please
   include the words “LA Position” in the subject line. Added 07/13/12.

Senate Committee – Press Secretary (Minority)

   Description: Experienced communications professional to serve as Press Secretary for Senate
   Committee. Applicants must have senior-level experience in Congressional press office (or
   comparable experience in public policymaking arena). Candidate must have demonstrated
   capacity to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment, including success in working
   with trade and national press. Responsibilities include: issue and policy advocacy among
   trade and national press, recognizing and acting on broadcast news and other press
   opportunities, responding to press inquiries, working with legislative and state staff.
   Candidate must have and be able to develop additional strong working relationships with
   Hill, national and state media. This office is an equal opportunity employer. Please e-mail
   resume and writing samples to senate_employment@saa.senate.gov indicating 221800 in the
   subject line. Added 07/13/12.

Government Affairs/Trade Associations
American Forest and Paper Association – Coordinator, Policy Analysis and Research

   Description: The Coordinator, Policy Analysis and Research is responsible for providing
   administrative support to the Policy Analysis and Research Department, including the Vice
   President, Directors, and Managers. Job functions: Provide administrative, logistical, and
   substantive support to the Policy Analysis and Research Department, including planning
   internal/external meetings and preparation of meeting materials; arranging travel plans;
   scheduling appointments; Manage preparation and logistics of Environment Resource
   Committee and relevant subcommittee meetings; Monitor and compile daily report of the
   Federal Register; Maintain and update committee distribution lists (for mailing letters, e-mail
   notices, etc); Compile and calculate individual expense reports and vendor invoices.
   Qualifications: Must be able to work on multiple tasks in a fast-paced and changing
   environment, with high attention to detail; Must possess excellent arithmetical facility, as
   well as writing and proofreading skills; Must possess superior administrative skills (typing,
   file organization, copying, etc.), and computer knowledge/skills (Microsoft Word, Excel,
   Power Point, Internet, etc.); Knowledge of federal regulatory and legislative process
   preferred; Bachelor’s degree in one of the social sciences, or five or more years advanced
   administrative experience; Knowledge of environmental policy preferred. To apply for above
   positions, please send a resume to Resumes@afandpa.org, and include the job title in the
   subject line. More information and application instructions at:
   http://www.afandpa.org/about.aspx?id=2761. Added 08/17/12

Edison Electric Institute – Administrative Assistant, Government Relations

   Description: Here’s your chance to join one of the nation’s premier trade associations. Edison
   Electric Institute (EEI) needs an outstanding Administrative Assistant for its Government
   Relations group. The Assistant will maintain email lists/files, prepare documents and expense
   reports, make travel arrangements, answer the phone, support meetings, and provide general
   administrative assistance to the group. The Assistant will also have budget responsibilities
   and assist the lobbyists with various work assignments, including covering congressional
   hearings and preparing summaries. A High School diploma/GED is required with a



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   Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred. Candidates must have at least one year of relevant
   experience and outstanding MS Office skills. Exceptional interpersonal and communication
   skills are essential as well as initiative and the ability to juggle assignments.. More
   information and application instructions at:
   http://www.eei.org/whoweare/Careers/Pages/default.aspx. Added 08/14/12.

US Chamber of Commerce – Administrative Assistant, Economic Policy

   Description: Provide administrative support to the Vice President and Chief Economist.
   Requirements: 3-4 years’ related work experience; solid computer skills; exceptional
   organizational and time management skills; strong writing, editing and proofreading skills;
   aware of pertinent current events, legislation, conferences, meetings, and publications for
   which the vice president would have an interest; able to grasp economic and tax policies;
   ability to interact with senior-level executives; a pleasant and professional manner; and
   ability to maintain confidentiality and to work well under pressure. Degree preferred. We
   recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, religion, creed, color,
   national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, veteran status, or
   any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. Our recruitment and
   employment policies are inclusive. We respect both the spirit and letter of the laws of equal
   employment opportunity. Apply Online: http://www.uschamber.com/careers. Added
   07/31/12.

Microsoft Government Affairs - Chief of Staff

   Description: Our fast-cycle, high-stakes, hardcore search team is engaged in one of the most
   challenging, transformative and potentially rewarding enterprises in the computer industry.
   Our mission is to delight customers by delivering the most relevant results in a way that
   allows them to find exactly what they are looking for, the first time [please cite The Brad
   Traverse Group]. We are a dynamic startup inside of Microsoft, working on technology and
   products that are critical to our company’s success and at the heart of our customers’ internet
   experience. Requirements: BA/BS required in Governmental Affairs, Political Science or
   related/technical degree, MBA preferred; 5-8 years of experience in a fast paced
   environment (PR, brand marketing, governmental agency); and experience managing
   schedules/calendars, internal communications and/or executive communications, marketing
   writing, digital communications, event planning, PR, or governmental affairs. Apply online
   at https://www.microsoft-careers.com/talentcommunity/apply/2060724/?#tracked. Added
   07/31/12.

US Chamber of Commerce – Associate Manager, Corporate Relations

   Description: As part of the Corporate Relations team, support senior managers and executive
   directors in managing high-level corporate recruitment of new members and cultivate
   relationships with existing members. Develop and implement an integrated and strategic
   fundraising plan to achieve revenue goals. Requirements: Degree and 1-2 years' experience
   in fundraising, member relations, or related field, preferably with a political or nonprofit
   group; demonstrated fundraising success, achieving significant revenue; interest in and solid
   understanding of the Chamber’s work; excellent interpersonal, customer service, and verbal
   and written communications skills; strong organization, time management, and multitasking;
   ability to work with a diverse group of personalities and to be a self-starter; ability to
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   database and proficiency in Microsoft Office. Apply Online:
   http://www.uschamber.com/careers. Added 07/20/12.

National Association of Manufacturers – Senior Coordinator, External Relations

   Description: Facilitate, develop and administer designated projects, assist with planning and
   provide support to NAM External Relations programs. Coordinate group efforts.
   Requirements: Bachelor's degree (B.A. or B.S.) from a four-year college or university; a
   minimum of four years related experience and/or training. Capitol Hill and/or campaign
   experience preferable, association experience helpful but not necessary. Proficiency in Word
   for Windows, Excel, Access and familiarity with or ability to learn Web content management
   applications. Apply online at http://www.nam.org/About-Us/Careers/Careers-Landing-
   Page.aspx. Added 07/17/12.

National Association of Manufacturers – Coordinator, Strategic Development

   Description: Support sales and research efforts by performing various administrative and
   research tasks. Requirements: At least three years of relevant experience: very strong
   computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Knowledge of Access
   helpful. Excellent attention to detail; previous research and database experience; knowledge
   of office equipment maintenance and basic computer troubleshooting. Strong organizational
   skills. Apply online at http://www.nam.org/About-Us/Careers/Careers-Landing-Page.aspx.
   Added 07/17/12.

EADS North America – Government Relations Coordinator

   Description: Position Summary: Government Relations Coordinator (GRC) to provide vital
   support to the Government Relations department. This individual will work on a dynamic
   team focused on developing and maintaining broad congressional and governmental
   relationships; executing an aggressive outreach campaign and tracking legislative actions that
   impact EADS programs and objectives. The successful candidate must be able to perform a
   wide variety of sensitive support tasks with a high regard for confidentiality. This role will
   require the candidate to interface with senior-level personnel in the government, the military
   and private industry requiring absolute professionalism at all times. The GRC also will
   provide general administrative support to the government relations team and act as principal
   facility liaison for EADS-NA’s Arlington-based satellite office. This position will be co-
   located at both the Herndon and Rosslyn locations. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree with a
   preference for political science, international relations, or public policy/administration.
   Minimum of two years Congressional, Federal Administration or equivalent experience.
   Working knowledge of the Federal legislative process and structure, especially Congress.
   Proficiency with defense and/or homeland security terminology and issue areas preferred.
   Apply Online: https://eadsna.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/191/Government-Relations-
   CoordinatorHerndon-VA. Added 06/22/12.

Non-Profit Policy Organizations
Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Administrative Assistant, HR

   Description: The Administrative Assistant will support the executive team under the
   supervision of the Senior Director of Human Resources. Daily responsibilities will include



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   expense report processing, travel arrangements, scheduling and clerical duties. The ideal
   candidate will have a strong attention to detail, excellent time management skills and show
   the ability to work independently while managing multiple tasks and projects. Please note
   that this is not an entry level position, and three to five years of experience in administrative
   work is preferred. Responsibilities: Provide administrative support for executive staff,
   including: the President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of
   External Affairs, and General Counsel; Handle administrative tasks including expense
   reports, calendar scheduling, travel arrangements; Maintain the time-keeping database and
   oversee new hire training on the Paychex system. Please submit a cover letter, resume and
   salary history/requirements to: Brittany Hicks at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the
   subject line. AFPF is an equal opportunity employer. No phone calls please. Added 08/17/12

The Charles Koch Institute – Program Assistant, Events and Logistics

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks a program assistant to join the Institute’s
   operations team. The events and logistics program assistant will serve as a point of contact
   for the professional development and educational programs, internal events, and external
   events with partner organizations. Duties and Responsibilities: Work across teams at the
   Institute to coordinate schedules, speakers, presentations, and materials for the Institute’s
   educational programs; Plan, execute, and evaluate special events, including (but not limited
   to) researching and selecting venues, choosing menus, communicating to attendees, hosting
   VIPs, and writing post-event reports; Provide support to CKI classrooms; Manage
   relationships with external presenters. Qualifications: Strong customer service focus; Strong
   organizational skills; Attention to detail; Must be able to work flexible hours and limited
   weekends; Previous event planning experience a plus, not required; One to three years of
   work experience. More information and application instructions at:
   http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs/. Added 08/17/12

John Locke Foundation (JLF) – Policy Analyst (Health and Human Services)

   Description: JLF will have a position opening for a policy analyst in the area of health and
   human services beginning September 1, 2012. JLF is free-market, limited-government,
   nonprofit policy institute located in Raleigh, North Carolina. The focus of the JLF’s research
   and analysis is North Carolina state and local government. This person will research, write
   about, and comment on issues related to Medicaid, health insurance, mental health, medical
   regulations and licensing, welfare, child care, social services, and the interface between the
   federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and state policymaking. The
   analyst will also serve as a resource for lawmakers, local officials, reporters, and others
   interested in health and human services – answering questions and responding to requests for
   information or analysis. Routine Personal Duties: Author or co-author at least eight reports or
   Spotlights each year; Write at least four columns per year for Carolina Journal or op-ed
   submission; Upon request, meet personally with legislators and policymakers to provide them
   with JLF research, answer questions, and fulfill requests for data or other information.
   Requirements: In addition to having a strong commitment to individual liberty, limited
   government, and free markets, the ideal candidate would have a graduate degree in a related
   field, which could include health care policy, social work, economics, political science or
   public policy. He or she would also have experience analyzing issues in the topic areas
   mentioned above. The candidate should also have extensive familiarity with Excel and should
   be comfortable in making presentations using Power Point. Since this is a position that
   requires a good deal of writing for non-technically trained lay people, the candidate should
   also have strong writing skills that avoid technical jargon. A writing sample will be required


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   of all applicants. Interested applicants should contact Kory Swanson, Executive Vice
   President, John Locke Foundation at kswanson@johnlocke.org. Added 08/14/12

Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) – Operations Manager/Intern Coordinator

   Description: ATR is seeking entry level candidates for an operations manager/internship
   coordinator position. Applicants must be personable, professional, organized, and have a
   fundamental orientation toward liberty. All candidates should have a strong leadership
   background and the ability to solve problems quickly and efficiently. Familiarity with the
   Microsoft Office Suite and general office equipment is essential. Duties include but are not
   limited to answering the phone for the organization, general office maintenance, and hiring
   and managing 10-12 interns each semester. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to
   gain event and meeting management experience. Interested parties may email a resume, cover
   letter, and short writing sample to cbutler@atr.org. Added 08/14/12

Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research – Director of Better Government and Economic
Opportunity

   Description: Seeking a Director of Better Government and Economic Opportunity. The
   Institute is a non-profit think tank that promotes effective and accountable market-based
   approaches to state policy. In conjunction with the Executive Director and Board of
   Directors, this position has primary responsibility for executing related research projects,
   external policy initiatives, and other institute programmatic activities with a priority focus on
   fiscal policy at the state & local level and on Job creation. Specific duties include: Identify,
   design and manage research projects (and authors), working with commissioned authors,
   Institute staff and interns to assure high quality research products; Develop and execute
   broad-based public policy initiatives resulting from Pioneer's research; Within the BG
   portfolio, annually track and analyze key aspects of the Massachusetts state budget with an
   eye toward report out areas of duplication, or greater efficiencies and cost savings, etc.;
   Oversee the dissemination of research findings through publications and events, interact
   directly with press and provide support for institute staff with press inquiries. Write op-eds
   on current events related to Pioneer research projects. Requirements: a minimum of 5 years of
   progressive experience in research and public policy analysis; a minimum of 3 years in a
   municipal or state financial department (including committee work); a graduate degree in
   economics, public policy, business or related area; published research (including policy)
   briefs or white papers; strong staff and project management skills; demonstrated ability to
   work independently and manage multiple priorities effectively; and excellent writing and
   verbal communications skills; A keen understanding of the Massachusetts political landscape
   is highly considered; Knowledge of transportation policy issues is helpful. Please contact:
   Mary Connaughton, Director of Administration and Finance at Pioneer Institute. 617-723-
   2277 x201, mconnaughton@pioneerinstitute.org. Added 08/10/12

Center for Urban Renewal – Part-time Office Assistant

   Description: At 10-15 hours per week, this part-time job is ideal for a student who is looking
   for experience in the workplace, especially if looking to gain knowledge in a fast-paced
   conservative organization. Previous administrative or communications experience is
   preferred, but not required. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@urbancure.org with
   subject line marked Office Assistant. With questions, please call (202) 479-2873. Added
   08/07/12.



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R Street – Outreach Director

   Description: R Street, a new free-market think tank located in Washington, D.C., is looking
   to hire an outreach director to coordinate its coalitions work on insurance, energy,
   environmental, entitlement reform and other issues. The person’s primary job will be to build
   and manage coalitions with other right-of-center organizations. On a day-to-day basis, the
   outreach director will attend meetings, write op-eds, work on policy papers, meet with other
   conservative leaders, and spend some time talking with staff members on the Hill. While
   party affiliation doesn’t matter, the person we hire must be a movement conservative. This
   means that he or she should be familiar with a wide range of other conservative organizations
   in D.C., actively participate in a wide spectrum of conservative events, and hold generally
   conservative views on most public policy issues. This is a full-time job based in our Dupont
   Circle office (a really cool space that used to be an art gallery). It will require some travel,
   although not a lot. Benefits include health and dental insurance (we pay 100% of health
   premiums), health club membership dues reimbursement, bike-sharing reimbursement, an
   employer-funded health reimbursement account to cover health insurance co-pays and
   deductibles, wages that are above average for this type of work, and eligibility for potentially
   large bonuses. There is certainly a potential to make a six figure income during the first year
   on this job. To apply, send us a resume, a cover letter, a writing sample (ideally one that has
   been published) and a list of references. References must include at least two known leaders
   of the conservative movement. (We won’t check references until later in the process and will
   let you know before we do so.) We intend to collect resumes and conduct screening phone
   interviews through Aug, 20, 2012. We’ll conduct in-person interviews on Aug. 21 and 22 and
   extend a final offer no later than Aug. 23. Please send your application to efogue@rstreet.org.
   Added 08/07/12.

Ayn Rand – Education Marketing Manager

   Description: This position reports to the Education Department Manager. Responsibilities
   include generating and implementing strategies to promote Ayn Rand’s novels and ideas, as
   well as existing and future ARI education programs to students and educators at the high
   school and university level. The Education Marketing Manager will create the content and
   design for all marketing materials and advertisements, and will oversee the content and
   design development of our education websites. This person will also be responsible for
   increasing and maintaining participation in all ARI education programs and events, and for
   reporting mechanisms to effectively measure the impact of promotional activity. Additional
   responsibilities include monitoring and providing information about user experience for
   ARI’s online education resources. The Marketing Manager will also recommend changes or
   additions to our existing educational programs and propose outreach methods to expand
   awareness and understanding of Ayn Rand’s novels and ideas. This position requires some
   travel. Send resume and a cover letter, with salary expectations, to
   employment@aynrand.org. Added 08/07/12.

AEI – Research Fellow, Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies

   Description: American Enterprise Institute seeks a full time Research Fellow to work in the
   Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies. The Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies
   represents a consolidation and expansion of AEI’s work in national security and related fields
   [please cite The Brad Traverse Group]. The Research Fellow would be responsible for
   providing general support for current and scheduled efforts, designed both to inform the
   current national security debate and to help to expand and build a new generation in the


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   defense policy community. The Research Fellow would also be responsible for producing
   original research and written materials including one report-length work or analysis per year.
   Required Experience The ideal candidate will have advanced writing skills and past
   professional experience with defense policy analysis. An MA or some graduate coursework
   in political science, history or security/strategic studies is preferred. Interested candidates
   should submit a resume, cover letter and a writing sample. Apply Online: https://aei-
   openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?company_id=16410&version=2. Added
   08/03/12.

AEI – Research Assistant, Political Economy

   Description: AEI is seeking a full-time research assistant to work with several of our foreign
   policy scholars. The major responsibility of this position is conducting research and
   providing support on the issues of demographics, international development, political
   economy, and international health policy. Assignments include data creation and analysis,
   producing regressions and population projections. Other duties include developing and
   organizing conferences, panel discussions, and events; overseeing long-term projects;
   scheduling; and other administrative support. This position requires excellent writing,
   communication, and research skills. Qualified candidates will have a demonstrated interest in
   international affairs, and they should be well-organized and academically curious. A
   quantitative background with emphasis on statistical analysis is required; language skills and
   economics coursework are also desired. Qualified candidates should submit a resume, cover
   letter, unofficial transcript, and 500-word writing sample with their application. Please apply
   online at: www.aei.org/jobs. Apply Online: https://aei-
   openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?company_id=16410&version=2. Added
   08/03/12.

AEI – Research and Program Assistant, Education Policy

   Description: The American Enterprise Institute seeks a full-time research and program
   assistant to support AEI’s Education Policy Studies department, which works to promote
   policy solutions to K-12 and higher education problems. The primary responsibility of this
   position is to provide research and administrative assistance to the Director and to manage the
   daily operations of the program. The administrative portion includes duties such as
   scheduling, trip planning, record keeping, financial tracking, and copy editing. The research
   portion includes coordinating the program’s popular event series, managing research
   conferences, and organizing high-level private meetings. Tasks may also include research,
   writing, and editing reports for the Director and other scholars, as well as assisting with
   public relations. Opportunities for blogging, editorial writing, and co-publishing with the
   Director and Research Fellows will exist depending on ability and familiarity with current
   education topics. Required Skills The ideal candidate works well in a team and possesses
   excellent organizational and writing skills. The ability to multi-task and work well under
   pressure is also required, as well as a demonstrated interest in education policy.
   Qualified candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and 500-word writing sample with
   their application. Apply Online: https://aei-
   openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?company_id=16410&version=2. Added
   08/03/12.

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   Description: This position will provide research, editorial, and administrative support for
   specific Hudson Institute fellows working on U.S., Asia, and Middle East security policy, and
   other projects on an as-needed basis. Requirements: BA in national security affairs,
   international politics, history, or related field; minimum of one year’s experience as a
   Research or Editorial Assistant; and demonstrated interest in factors affecting the relevant
   policy areas. Application Instructions: Please send cover letter, resume and academic writing
   sample to Kim Bowling at HR@hudson.org. Added 08/03/12.

National Taxpayers Union – Policy Analyst

   Description: The National Taxpayers Union Foundation, the research and education arm of
   the National Taxpayers Union, seeks an energetic and talented policy analyst to assist with
   the Foundation's ongoing research on Congressional spending and other fiscal issues.
   Individual must be detail-oriented, show a commitment to the cause of limited government
   and personal freedom, and have an interest in tax and budget issues. Position entails public
   policy research and analysis plus some quantitative work, so analytical skills are a must.
   Strong computer skills are necessary, as individual will also help maintain NTUF's
   legislative-tracking database and online initiatives. Candidate must be able to write clearly
   and communicate effectively. Position will require extensive writing for many audiences
   (letters to the editor, content for our newsletter and blog, issue briefs, and policy papers).
   Ideally suited as an entry level position. Qualified candidates with some additional work
   experience would also be considered. To apply send cover letter and resume to ntuf@ntu.org
   (with subject line "Policy Analyst Position"). Added 07/31/12.

The Ayn Rand Institute – Education Marketing Manager

   Description: This position reports to the Education Manager. Duties include generating and
   implementing strategies to promote Ayn Rand and ARI education programs to students and
   educators at the high school and university level. The Marketing Manager develops content
   and design for all marketing materials, advertisements and education websites. The
   Marketing Manager is also responsible for increasing and maintaining participation in all ARI
   education programs and events, and for developing and maintaining reporting mechanisms to
   effectively measure the impact of promotional activity. The candidate must be well
   acquainted with Objectivism and be able to communicate the ideas and principles with
   excellent written and verbal communication skills. The position is in continual contact with
   vendors, students, educators and school administrators, so the ability to develop long-term
   professional relationships and contacts is needed. Five or more years of experience in sales or
   marketing is required, and a college degree in business or marketing is preferred. Experience
   with project management and audience research and analysis is required. Familiarity with
   Microsoft Office and with online applications, such as websites, blogs and social networks, is
   essential. This position requires some travel. More information and application instructions
   at: www.aynrand.org/employment. Added 07/27/12

Alliance Defending Freedom – Legal Assistant

   Description: Alliance Defending Freedom is seeking a highly professional and experienced
   Legal Assistant II located in Washington, D.C. Regional Service Center. As Legal Assistant
   II, you will have 3-5 years of progressively responsible legal assistant experience, preferably
   within a law firm. Familiarity with basic constitutional law is required. You will be proficient
   in MS Office software including Word, Excel and Outlook. A paralegal certification is
   desirable, but not required. Through your attention to detail, organizational and proven


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   communication skills, you will support the legal staff with legal administrative duties
   including, but not limited to preparing correspondence and legal documents, proofreading and
   editing documents, legal research, maintaining electronic and paper files, fulfilling the duties
   of an Office Manager by coordinating meeting/travel arrangements, maintaining and order
   office supplies, processing expense reports and check requests. Position Specifications: 3-5
   years progressively responsible legal assistant experience; Strong administrative skills;
   Proven excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills; Ability to
   professionally handle confidential information; Ability to prioritize, multi-task and achieve
   deadline goals in a fast-paced environment; Strong computer skills including experience with
   Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Power Point, and Internet Explorer; Typing skills:
   70+ WPM. If you are interested in applying for this position, please click on this link
   http://www.alliancedefendingfreedom.org/about/careers/listings. Added 07/27/12

Media Research Center – Assistant Director of Marketing

   Description: Responsible for planning and executing all e-mail and grassroots
   communications and managing all advertising campaigns, including execution of online,
   print, video and outdoor marketing campaigns. Also responsible for coordinating occasional
   field activities, including coordination with Tea Party organizations. Key tasks include
   message development and delivery, database management/segmentation, placement of online,
   print, and outdoor ads, grassroots fundraising, website management and metrics reporting.
    Candidates should have an understanding of core conservative values and beliefs, strong
   writing skills, and some aptitude for working with databases and outside agencies.
   Requirements: 4 year degree and 3-5 years minimum of related experience. Submit your
   resume with a cover letter and writing samples to Ed Molchany via fax to 703-683-9736 or
   email emolchany@mrc.org. Added 07/24/12.

National Nonprofit – Senior Outreach Coordinator

   Description: National non-profit organization seeks a Senior Outreach Coordinator to help
   develop and promote our agenda at the state and federal level. Responsibilities include
   interacting with media, legislators, and grassroots groups to promote the organization’s
   agenda. The ideal candidate will be personable, organized, and capable of mastering details
   of public policy issues. College degree required; ability to speak a second language a plus.
   Salary negotiable. Excellent benefits package includes medical, dental, and vision coverage
   in a convenient downtown location. Please submit a cover letter, resume and general salary
   history/requirements to searchteamdc@gmail.com with the position title in the subject line.
   Added 07/24/12.

Americans for Prosperity – Events Manager

   Description: The events manager will play a key role in the planning and coordination of
   multiple projects and tours at the state and national level, including the annual Defending the
   American Dream Summit and RightOnline. The manager will assist with attendee
   registration and communication, program reporting and analysis, speaker invitations, event
   transportation, and managing the events calendar. They will also serve as a resource for state
   chapters in their event planning efforts. Please note, the ability to travel domestically at least
   once a month is required. Requirements: One to three years of professional event planning
   experience, preferably including field work; strong attention to detail and excellent problem
   solving and organizational skills; and proven ability to develop and maintain close working
   relationships with multiple stakeholders, both locally and remotely. Please submit a cover


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   letter, resume and salary history/requirements to: Brittany Hicks at hr@afphq.org with the
   position title in the subject line. Added 07/20/12.

Americans for Prosperity – Database Manager

   Description: The Database Manager will facilitate strategies to effectively organize data used
   in communications and solicitations with Americans for Prosperity Foundation and
   Americans for Prosperity donors. The Database Manager will work with senior level
   departmental staff to determine key donor performance metrics and assure the highest data
   integrity. Please note this is not an entry- level position. Requirements: Knowledge of
   Raiser’s Edge database system required; bachelor’s degree preferred; and a firm commitment
   to advancing every individual's right to economic freedom and opportunity through free
   markets. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements to: Brittany
   Hicks at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the subject line. Added 07/20/12.

Show-Me Institute – Investigative Reporter (St. Louis, MO)

   Description: The Show-Me Institute seeks an Investigative Reporter to research and write
   timely investigative blogs, articles and papers relating to the use of tax revenues and fees and
   the operations of state and local government agencies in Missouri. The Investigative
   Reporter should have a track record of conceiving, reporting and writing stellar investigative
   pieces that provoke change. You should not be intimidated by powerful people or
   institutions. You should be detail oriented and analytical with a compelling desire to find the
   truth. Requirements: Commitment to the principles of a free society, including limited
   government, free enterprise, and personal responsibility; minimum of 2 years of relevant
   reporting or journalistic experience; and a bachelor’s degree. To apply, please email a cover
   letter (including philosophical commitment to the mission of the Show-Me Institute and
   salary requirements), resume, and three writing samples to Rick Edlund at
   Rick.edlund@showmeinstitute.org. Added 07/13/12.

Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Senior Office, External Affairs

   Description: Americans for Prosperity Foundation is seeking a Senior Officer, External
   Affairs (SO) to develop donor relationships at the major gift level to financially support
   projects at the state and national level, under the direction of the Director of External Affairs.
   In this role, the Senior Officer will cultivate and solicit individuals for contributions to
   support AFPF & AFP missions. Starting with a base of donors, the SO will be expected to
   focus on prospective donors and increase their revenue base each calendar year.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; minimum of 15 years of professional experience (e.g.:
   business development, sales, external relations); at least 7-10 years of development
   experience; and willingness to travel. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary
   history/requirements to: Andrea McCarthy at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the
   subject line. Added 07/10/12.

Cato – State Budget Expert

   Description: The Cato Institute seeks to hire a budget expert to focus on state and local
   government tax and spending policies. The budget expert would critique the budget policies
   of state and local lawmakers through policy studies, op-eds, books, blogposts, and media
   appearances. He or she would commission research from outside scholars, participate in
   panel discussions, and give speeches discussing problems with current budget policies and


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   possible reforms. Candidates for the position should have strong research, writing, and
   communication skills, and a strong commitment to the principles of individual liberty and
   economic freedom. Advanced degree in economics or public policy preferred. Compensation
   and title will be commensurate with ability and experience. Applicants should send their
   resume, cover letter, and writing samples to: Chris Edwards Director of Tax Policy Studies
   Cato Institute 1000 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20001 Fax (202) 842-3490
   Email: cedwards@cato.org. Added 07/10/12.

Cato – Director, Center of Labor and Employment Studies

   Description: The Cato Institute seeks a senior scholar to direct and produce research aimed at
   preserving America's dynamic labor markets and promoting competition, mobility and
   opportunity in the workforce. The director will be expected to cover a broad range of issues
   related to labor and employment including, but not limited to: unionization (both public and
   private sector), the National Labor Relations Act and right-to-work laws; public policies
   affecting productivity and job growth; unemployment insurance, "living" and minimum wage
   laws; immigration policy; parental leave, employment discrimination law, and the Americans
   with Disabilities Act. The ideal candidate will have advanced training in economics and
   familiarity with the relevant labor and employment laws. An advanced degree, Ph.D. or J.D.,
   is preferred. A commitment to Cato's mission of individual liberty, free markets, and limited
   government is required. Compensation will be commensurate with ability and experience.
   Applicants should send their resume, cover letter, and writing samples to: Gene Healy Vice
   President Cato Institute 1000 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20001 Fax (202)
   842-3490 Email: ghealy@cato.org . Added 07/10/12.

Americans for Prosperity – Federal Affairs Manager

   Description: The federal affairs manager will research and analyze current federal legislation
   that fits within the broad scope of Americans for Prosperity Foundation and Americans for
   Prosperity efforts to advance economic freedom. Reporting to the Director of Policy, the
   candidate will craft the policy response to current federal legislation and provide
   recommendations for new policy initiatives. The candidate should have a commitment to the
   principles of the organization – specifically, a firm commitment to advancing every
   individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity through free markets. Requirements:
   Degree in political science or related field; minimum of 3 years of Hill experience or 2-3
   years of experience in a comparable nonprofit organization required; understanding of the
   federal budget process, taxation and spending; and a working knowledge of labor and
   environmental issues. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements
   to: Brittany Hicks, Recruiter at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the subject line.
   Added 07/06/12.

US Chamber of Commerce – Policy Manager, Japan and Korea

   Description: Support the vice president of Asia in managing a broad portfolio of member
   companies for the U.S.-Korea Business Council and the U.S.-Japan Business Council.
   Develop and execute policy advocacy and related programs and communications.
   Requirements: Advanced degree in international relations, international business, or a related
   field; 3-5 year’s experience working on business or trade issues, preferably with an Asia
   focus; demonstrated success in planning large events and meetings, including international
   conferences, delegation visits, and grassroots outreach; skilled at working with high-level
   executives and government officials; excellent membership recruitment, prospecting, and


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   fundraising skills; experienced providing customer service to members and associates;
   working knowledge of the international trade policy arena and U.S. business community
   operations in Asia; strong communications, interpersonal, and research skills; proficient in
   website management and social media; and ability to multitask and meet strict deadlines.
   Experience working in a membership-based or trade association preferred. Apply online at
   http://www.uschamber.com/careers. Added 07/03/12.

IHS – Learn Liberty Online Education Manager

   Description: The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) seeks a self-starting, entrepreneurial
   project manager to help build new aspects of Learn Liberty, the Institute’s new online
   education program to teach millions of young people about classical liberal ideas. Located in
   the Educational Programs Department, this person will develop new ways to foster intensive
   online education in the ideas of liberty. Candidates must have excellent project management
   skills, including at least three years of experience. In addition, candidates should possess a
   strong understanding of and appreciation for classical liberal principles (individual rights,
   free markets, limited government, voluntarism, and peace). The right candidate will be able to
   aggressively manage timelines and deadlines, without becoming wedded to any particular
   approach. This is a mid- to senior-level position. Apply online at:
   http://www.theihs.org/jobs/learn-liberty-online-education-manager. Added 07/03/12.

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America – Legislative Director

   Description: IAVA is seeking a highly effective strategic thinker to lead our legislative team
   and advocacy efforts. The Legislative Director needs to be able to move quickly, draft plans
   that reflect the best practices of advocacy campaigns, innovate new best practices, execute
   plans under dynamic conditions, and lead a smart, committed team in an exceptionally fast-
   paced environment. The Legislative Director will represent Iraq and Afghanistan veterans
   on Capitol Hill and is open only to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. Requirements: One or
   more tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF)
   and/or Operation New Dawn (OND); extensive leadership, organizational, and strategic-
   planning experience; an ideal candidate has worked as a manager or director in a policy
   advocacy, or campaign environment, overseeing a talented and hard-working staff under
   significant time constraints; impeccable writing skills and a strong facility with public
   speaking; 2-3 years of experience overseeing a team in an advocacy environment or on
   Capitol Hill; and expertise in military and veterans’ issues. Send your resume and cover
   letter to hiring@iava.org, with your name and “Legislative Director” in the subject line.
   Added 07/03/12.

Jesuit Conference of the United States – Database Manager

   Description: The database manager is responsible for performing database administration
   and routine software enhancements in support of the production and development of Jesuit
   Conference USA Database Management Systems (DBMS) applications. S/he is responsible
   for requirements gathering, database design and analysis, report generation, security, and
   supporting database users. S/he is responsible for all aspects of publishing the annual
   directory of U.S. Jesuits from the database. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in computer
   science or a related field; at least two years of experience programming database systems
   using SQL Server; at least two years of developing .NET web applications, especially using
   C#; capable of providing technical assistance to non-technical users; and ability to accurately
   capture requirements and issues from the Jesuit end user community and articulate them to


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   senior management for review. Send resumes with salary requirements to: Jesuit Search, care
   of m.kessler@cox.net. Added 07/03/12.

Other Non-Profit Organizations
Burroughs Wellcome Fund (BWF) – Program Officer

   Description: Burroughs Wellcome Fund (BWF), an independent private foundation
   established to advance biomedical research and education, is seeking to hire a program
   officer to manage its competitive award program in Interfaces in Science and the recently
   announced program in Regulatory Science, as well as develop and administer other award
   programs. BWF is located in Research Triangle Park, NC, currently has in excess of $640
   million in its endowment, and annually awards approximately $30 million. More information
   on the BWF and its programs can be found at www.bwfund.org. Successful applicants will
   hold a doctoral degree in a biomedical field and have had 7-10 years of related experience.
   Individuals considered will have demonstrated management and administrative experience,
   have experience in academic research, and have excellent oral and written communication
   skills. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with education and experience. To
   assure full consideration, applicants must submit by October 25, 2012, a curriculum vitae, a
   statement of interest, and the name and contact information for three references. All
   materials must be submitted by email to Ms. Debi Vought (dvought@bwfund.org). Added
   08/21/12

Profits for Humanity – Executive Director

   Description: The Executive Director is the strategic and entrepreneurial leader of a newly
   created 501(c)(3) organization. The ED will work with Profits board members to execute the
   vision and mission of the organization, building it to a self-funding enterprise. The position
   will have significant freedom and autonomy to strategically and tactically build the
   organization nationwide. Key Responsibilities: Finalize the infrastructure and software build;
   Marketing and fundraising; Establish strategic partnerships; Execute on the organization’s
   VIP concierge service; Hire support staff; Determine long-term strategic business direction.
   Qualifications: Belief in and passion for the vision and mission of PfH; Must be Christian but
   comfortable working with families of all religious beliefs; Have a giving heart and live it out,
   be family focused; Must have experience dealing with the senior executive world, preferably
   retired or near retirement age; Preferably has experience running own business or practice;
   Strong sales, communication, and execution skills and experience; Preferably, someone that
   has experienced the world of financial gains, and is looking to find God’s plan for him/her.
   For information, please contact Erik Bjerke at erikbjerke@profitsforhumanity.org. Added
   08/21/12

Non-profit Organization – Executive Assistant/ Development Assistant

   Description: Currently seeking someone to serve as an assistant to the CEO of a non-profit
   organization and also assist the VP of Development in maintaining donor records and
   communications. Interested candidates should send resume, cover letter detailing
   qualifications and two-three references to dcjobcenter@gmail.com. Added 06/15/12.

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Townhall.com – Advertising Sales Executive

   Description: Townhall.com, HotAir.com and Townhall magazine have become the nation’s
   leading destinations for politically active citizens and opinion leaders looking for
   conservative news, commentary and analysis. Townhall is looking for an advertising sales
   executive with 2- 4 years of experience to sell advertising space for Townhall.com,
   HorAir.com and in Townhall magazine. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who thrives
   in a fast paced environment; understands how to develop relationships with clients and close
   new business. This position will be based in our Arlington, VA office and report to the
   Director of Sales. Some travel may be required. Position requirements: Prospecting and cold
   calling advertising agencies and clients in assigned territory; Ability to create advertising
   solutions based on client needs; Self-starter who is motivated by making sales calls, meeting
   with clients and closing deals; Strong account management skills; Strong communication
   skills, both verbal and written; Experience using Salesforce.com or another CRM system.
   This position consists of a base salary plus commission. Compensation is commensurate with
   experience. For consideration, please submit resume with letter of interest to:
   Townhalljobs@townhall.com. Added 08/21/12

Gas Technology Institute – Executive Director, Washington Operations

   Description: Gas Technology Institute (GTI) has “the Energy to Lead” and accomplishes that
   through effective advocacy and technical assistance led by our Washington, D.C. office. Our
   Executive Director interfaces with Congress, the Executive branch and relevant trade
   associations to further GTI’s energy research opportunities with the Federal Government,
   States and Industry partners. We are conducting a search for the motivated self-starter who
   will lead these efforts and carry forward our excellent relationships at the government and
   industry levels. Among the diverse activities of this position are responsibilities for:
   representing the company in matters involving passing legislation for major funding for the
   company's research and development efforts; leading efforts to secure State and/or Federal
   funding of strategic projects and programs; ensuring effective relationships with members of
   Congress, their staffs, Congressional Committees, regulatory agencies, state, trade and
   national associations to influence legislation or regulations impacting funding streams;
   keeping GTI management advised of pending legislation and regulatory issues which could
   impact funding efforts; directing and coordinating the activities of the Washington office. To
   be successful in this role, a qualified candidate must be able to or learn to explain energy
   research, policy and technology needs to Hill/Executive staff and elected officials in a
   persuasive and understandable manner; and, holds a Bachelors degree or equivalent
   combined with seven plus year’s professional experience including Executive and legislative
   branch experience. An advanced degree is preferred. Knowledge of the energy industry and,
   particularly natural gas, is a plus. Knowledge of Federal and State research funding sources
   and their processes is a plus. More information and application instructions at:
   https://gastechnology.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=2143
   02&company_id=15919&version=1&source=ONLINE&jobOwner=969816&aid=1.
   Added 08/17/12

Cargill – Corporate Affairs Advisor

   Description: The person in this position will guide and represent the company on
   international business and policy issues. Main responsibilities include: Conducting
   international government relations on company investment and trade interests with both U.S.
   and foreign officials; Developing close relationships with embassy officials in Washington


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   and abroad to resolve business issues; Leveraging connections with governments and
   international institutions to advance company interests in foreign markets; Advising senior
   company leaders on strategies for resolving complex trade and investment barriers; Working
   with the legislative and executive branches on strategies for resolving business issues
   overseas; Representing the company in trade associations, business councils, and coalitions
   on international business and policy issues. Required: Bachelor's degree in a related field
   such as economics, public policy, international business; 8+ years experience in international
   business and policy; Ability to advocate with Cargill’s trade associations, coalitions,
   customers and other stakeholders effectively; Candidates must have a demonstrated ability to
   comprehend complexity and to translate complex issues into easy-to-understand language;
   Ability to support Cargill executives in their advocacy work and public statements and
   speeches. More information and application instructions at:
   https://cargill.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=754974&src=JB-11960 Added
   08/14/12

Scope Group – Jr. Recruiter (Entry Level)

   Description: SCOPE GROUP, Inc. is a rapidly growing, young recruiting firm and
   government contractor serving the defense, intelligence, homeland security, and technology
   markets in the DC metro area. We are seeking driven, entrepreneurial, career minded,
   business savvy graduates for an entry level Jr. Recruiter position in Arlington, VA. We
   provide a full suite of staffing solutions tailored to meet the needs of our diverse and
   distinguished clients. Selected candidates can expect to receive extensive and valuable hands-
   on professional training as it relates to full-life cycle recruiting and business development.
   Our team will teach you to apply a variety of recruiting strategies to: identify, attract, and
   close top-notch technology and management professionals; while gaining expertise in a high
   growth industry. Requirements: B.S. Degree, strong interpersonal/communication skills,
   positive “can do” attitude, and desire to succeed. Please send resumes to
   mark@scopegroupdc.com with title in subject line. Added 08/03/12.

The Chertoff Group – Executive Assistant

   Description: The Executive Assistant (EA) will have a proven record of experience in
   handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks, and will be able
   to work independently with little or no supervision. The EA will be exceedingly well
   organized, flexible and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting a dynamic office of
   diverse people and projects. The EA must demonstrate a high level of professionalism and
   confidentiality, as well as possess the ability to interact with staff at all levels in a fast paced,
   high pressure environment while remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient.
   Requires expert written and verbal communication skills, strong decision making and a
   proactive attention to detail. Requirements: Associate’s degree required; Bachelor’s degree
   preferred; and 3-5 years experience as an executive or administrative assistant with
   demonstrated excellence in calendar management, including coordination of complex
   meetings and international travel schedules. Apply online at
   http://www.chertoffgroup.com/career-opportunities.php. Added 07/17/12.

The Chertoff Group – Associate and Analyst

   Description: Ideal candidates should have a demonstrated financial background, including
   experience in accounting and valuation methodologies, strong analytical capabilities, keen
   verbal communication abilities, and excellent writing skills. A strong work ethic and the


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   ability to work both on teams and independently is a must. Applicants should have between
   two and six years of work experience in investment banking, strategic consulting, or similar
   fields. An interest in the aerospace, defense, government services, and security industries is
   important, but prior work experience in the space is not required. Individuals will work
   across both the investment banking and strategic consulting verticals at the firm. This
   position offers opportunities to interact with executives of leading defense contracting firms
   and provides unique exposure to our firm’s national security thought leaders. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree in business (prefer concentration in accounting, economics, or related); 2-6
   years experience in investment banking, strategic consulting, or similar; and demonstrated
   understanding of financial statement analysis, the merger & acquisition process, and company
   valuation techniques. Apply online at http://www.chertoffgroup.com/career-
   opportunities.php. Added 07/17/12.

Scope Group, Inc. – Jr. Recruiter (Entry Level)

   Description: SCOPE GROUP, Inc. is a rapidly growing, young recruiting firm and
   government contractor serving the defense, intelligence, homeland security, and technology
   markets in the DC metro area. We are seeking driven, entrepreneurial, career minded,
   business savvy graduates for an entry level Jr. Recruiter position in Arlington, VA. We
   provide a full suite of staffing solutions tailored to meet the needs of our diverse and
   distinguished clients. Selected candidates can expect to receive extensive and valuable hands-
   on professional training as it relates to full-life cycle recruiting and business development.
   Our team will teach you to apply a variety of recruiting strategies to: identify, attract, and
   close top-notch technology and management professionals; while gaining expertise in a high
   growth industry. Requirements: B.S. Degree, strong interpersonal/communication skills,
   positive “can do” attitude, and desire to succeed. Please send resumes to
   mark@scopegroupdc.com with title in subject line. Added 06/26/12.

Tough Mudder – Government Relations Associate (Brooklyn, NY)

   Description: We are hiring for a Government Relations Associate to join our Site Search
   team to help us expand into new event locations. The Government Relations Associate will
   report directly to the Deputy Director of Operations, and will manage all government
   relations for our events. Requirements: 2+ years of experience; bachelor’s degree; and
   ability to travel. Apply online at https://careers-toughmudder.icims.com/jobs/intro. Added
   06/12/12.


Web and IT
Sunrise Data Services – Web Developer

   Description: Currently seeking a Junior (Entry) level Web Developer to work as part of a
   small team that is responsible for several projects including database design and
   development, data modeling, and web and user interface development using C#, ASP.NET,
   and SQL Server. The projects employ the full software development life cycle including
   requirements analysis, design, development, testing, and deployment. The position requires a
   consistently strong, deadline driven, technical professional who can learn our
   product/customers quickly and work in a fast paced environment. Typical Duties Include:
   Designing queries and performing database development using SQL Server 2008; Performing



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    web development using C#, ASP.NET, AJAX, CSS, and HTML in Visual Studio 2008;
    Analyzing existing database designs and web sites for improvements; Testing all code for
    quality and to ensure it meets the requirements. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in
    Computer Science or related discipline with 1-2 years of experience; Hands-on or classroom
    experience with the following: C#, ASP.NET, AJAX, CSS, T-SQL, HTML, XML, SQL
    Server, Visual Studio’ Understanding of the software development process -- knowledge of
    various phases of system analysis and programming; Experience architecting, designing,
    developing, implementing, and supporting data modeling, data warehouse, and reporting
    web-based applications. Interested candidates can e-mail a resume to
    jobs@sunrisedataservices.com. Added 08/10/12

The Manhattan Institute – Web Designer

    Description: The Manhattan Institute is looking for a talented FULL TIME, IN HOUSE web
    designer. This position will be part of the communications department. Responsibilities:
    Make regular updates to web content and graphics for multiple sites; Create and implement
    visual design for web, including conceptual design, navigation, layout, graphics, and icons;
    Perform testing on various platforms/browsers; Participate in ongoing development and
    modification of sites and web applications, including the assessment of existing site
    functionality. Qualifications/Requirements: Possess good knowledge of web
    design/production methods; Background in graphic design for the web; Knowledge of web
    video editing is a plus; Knowledge of JavaScript, HTML, CSS, FTP applications; Knowledge
    of Movable Type blog software is a plus; Ability to work effectively with short deadlines on
    simultaneous projects. Please send samples of your work to Tatyana Kustas, senior web
    developer, Manhattan Institute, tkustas@manhattan-institute.org. (Added 05/29/12)

Fellowships
Foreign Policy Initiative – Future Leaders Program
The Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI) is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for its
2012-2013 Future Leaders Program. The purpose of the Future Leaders Program is to cultivate
the next generation of foreign policy leaders in Washington, D.C. The program identifies young
professionals who share FPI’s commitment to international engagement, support for America’s
allies, expanding political and economic freedom, and a strong military. FPI connects these young
leaders with foreign policy experts and former senior government officials, as well as offers
networking opportunities with Future Leaders and program alumni. More information at:
http://www.foreignpolicyi.org/FutureLeaders. Added 08/10/12

The Mercatus Center – Program Associate, Graduate Student Programs
Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University seeks a Program Associate for
Graduate Student Programs. This position reports to the Associate Director of Graduate Student
Programs. Responsibilities Include: Tracking student performance, updating database of student
accomplishments, and drafting reports on student progress; Managing alumni relationships and
maintaining a contact database of program alumni to be used for recruitment, placing, and
tracking; Assisting with writing content for and maintaining the graduate student programs
website; Coordinating several seminar series and quarterly workshops, including coordinating
with scholars and participants; Assisting with copy editing of manuscripts, journal articles, and
other research products. Requirements Include: Excellent attention to detail; Ability to
independently prioritize and coordinate multiple projects; Strong written and verbal
communication skills; Bachelor's Degree. Employee Benefits: Salary is competitive and will be



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commensurate with experience. In addition, excellent benefits to all individual employees,
including full health and dental coverage, flexible spending accounts, long-term disability and life
insurance, a 403(b) retirement savings program, a parking permit, and one free course per
semester at George Mason University. Application Process: No phone calls please. To apply,
please email the following materials to HR@Mercatus.org: Resume, Cover letter (which must
include your philosophical interest in the mission of Mercatus Center), and your desired salary.
Added 07/27/12

Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) – Warren T. Brookes Journalism Fellowship
Description: CEI's Warren T. Brookes Journalism Fellowship is a one-year fellowship that aims
to provide journalists the opportunity to improve their knowledge of free markets principles and
limited government through interaction with CEI policy experts. The fellowship begins in
October, 2012. The deadline for application is July 31. To apply, send resume or CV along
with a cover letter outlining a project plan for the fellowship that relates to CEI's issue areas.
Contact: chall@cei.org. Added 06/19/12.

Internships
U.S. Representative Daniel Webster (FL-08) – Immediate Internship in District Office
Congressman Webster is seeking interns to serve in the Winter Garden District Office.
Internships are available on an ongoing basis and schedules are flexible based on the intern’s
availability. The ideal candidate will have a motivation to serve others, work well under pressure,
and seek to go above and beyond in serving constituents. Qualities desired for the position
include detail oriented, excellent phone skills and a high level of character. Candidates should
also have strong written and verbal communication skills. Responsibilities include processing
constituent correspondence, assisting staff with research and casework, answering phones,
assisting with events and town hall meetings, greeting office visitors, and completing various
projects. Internships are unpaid. Please contact Nathan Dunn for more information and to submit
a resume: nathan.dunn@mail.house.gov. Added 08/21/12

Townhall.com – Editorial Internship
Since 1995, Townhall Media is the most trusted brand in conservative, political commentary,
news and analysis. For over 16 years we have reported, analyzed and commented on election
campaigns, political and cultural news and foreign affairs. Our properties consist of
Townhall.com, HotAir.com, FreedomCards.com, TownhallFinance.com and Townhall Magazine.
Combined, the network represents four million unique readers and eighty million page views each
month. An internship at Townhall.com is an outstanding place for eager conservatives to gain
valuable experience in the online editorial field and to get a behind-the-scenes look at the
development, maintenance, and operation of a conservative political website. Aside from working
side by side with top political internet strategist, editors, and developers at Townhall.com, interns
have the opportunity be exposed to a number of other learning opportunities, due to the many
conservative organizations in the Washington Metro area. Duties include: Copy editing and
publishing commentary and podcast content to the Townhall website; Assisting in research and
fact-checking for news stories; Writing and publishing for site and magazine assignment
opportunities. Desired Qualifications: Interest in conservative political journalism; College
student or graduate with background in journalism, political science, or related field; Availability
to work 20-30 hours a week. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis with interns beginning
every fall, spring, and summer. Please state your intended start date with resume, two writing
samples, and a brief letter of interest and availability to: Townhalljobs@townhall.com.
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Townhall.com – Marketing Media Internship
Since 1995, Townhall Media is the most trusted brand in conservative, political commentary,
news and analysis. For over 16 years we have reported, analyzed and commented on election
campaigns, political and cultural news and foreign affairs. Our properties consist of
Townhall.com, HotAir.com, FreedomCards.com, TownhallFinance.com and Townhall Magazine.
Combined, the network represents four million unique readers and eighty million page views each
month. Duties include: Assisting with and distributing marketing circulation promotions;
Compiling advertising/trafficking reports and distributing reports; Setting up and maintaining
Google Adwords, Facebook, Twitter, and Bing advertising campaigns; E-mail marketing –
assisting with writing/creating and distributing e-mail; Assisting with marketing videos –
planning, writing, editing, and promoting. Desired Qualifications: Experience with basic HTML,
Experience with photoshop; Highly organized; Availability to work 20 hours a week. For
consideration, please submit resume with letter of interest to: Townhalljobs@townhall.com.
Added 08/21/12

Strategic Communications, LLC – Work-Study Internship (Paid)
The Work-Study Internship Program at Strategic Communications, LLC (SCLLC) offers a
$3,500 stipend to one Washington, D.C. graduate student or strong undergraduate candidate in his
or her junior or senior year, for a part-time work-study program for the fall 2012 semester.
Duties: Research regulatory and legislative issues of interest to clients at state and federal levels;
After completing training, manage regulatory and legislation tracking for select states; Provide
regular written summaries of developments on assigned issues, including policy papers and panel
discussions, for staff; Participate in staff meetings (in-person or via phone call) to discuss status
and needs of various projects for current SCLLC clients. Requirements: Completed at least
sophomore year of college by June 2012; Currently enrolled in Political Science/ Government,
Law, Economics, Public Policy, Public Administration, or similar field of study; Attention to
detail, strong writing skills, ability to efficiently evaluate and organize information, and
proficiency with Google Applications (Gmail, Docs, Calendar) and Microsoft Office (Word and
Excel); Academic or internship experience with energy issues highly valued; Previous experience
with legislative, legal, and policy tracking or docket management not required but will strengthen
application significantly. To apply, contact Frank Caliva, Senior Consultant, at
fcaliva@stratcomllc.com. Please submit resume and three references, including one academic
reference and one employment reference. Deadline to apply for fall 2012 Work Study Program is
Friday, August 24, 2012. Added 08/17/12

U.S. Rep. Bill Posey (FL-15) – Fall Intern
Posey has a full-time, unpaid internship available immediately until the end of October in his
Washington, DC office. Duties include but are not limited to answering telephones, greeting
visitors, conducting tours of the Capitol, researching legislative issues, writing letters and
working with our mail database system. There will also be opportunities to experience
Washington DC and cultivate your interest in American government by attending briefings,
hearings, and classes. Qualified candidates should possess excellent organizational and
communication skills, should have a positive attitude, and a strong work ethic. Although
internships are unpaid, our office is happy to fill out any necessary forms for students to receive
credit at their respective college or university. Florida ties are preferred but not necessary. All
interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume to Tim.Convy@mail.house.gov
with “2012 Internship” in the subject line. No phone calls please. Include in your cover letter
why you would like to intern on the Hill for Congressman Posey, why you believe you are
qualified, as well as how soon you will be able to start. Should we wish to move forward with an
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Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) – Various Internships
The AIA is currently hiring for interns in a variety of areas: Marketing, Technical Operations,
Team America Rocketry Challenge, National Aerospace Week, and other offices. You can see a
list of the current vacancies at AIA listed at the following link: http://www.aia-
aerospace.org/about_aia/work_at_aia/. If you are interested in applying for any positions within
AIA, please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@aia-aerospace.org. Added 08/17/12

The Mercatus Center at GMU – Media Relations Intern
Mercatus is seeking a Media Relations Intern to contribute to the communications department.
The intern will serve as a part-time staff member working with the media team to provide
research and writing support for media relations staff, contribute to proactive media strategies and
assist with the compilation and coding of the daily clip files. Responsibilities vary, but may
include: researching and responding to media inquiries; assisting with the development of new
story ideas; providing writing/editing support for media relations and additional groups within the
communications team, assisting with promotions and events; compiling daily media clips;
assisting with coding and reporting daily media clips; and updating the online newsroom.
Qualifications Needed: Ability to work independently, quickly and under pressure; Excellent
written and verbal communication skills; Ability to read and quickly digest academic research;
Current progress toward Bachelor’s degree in communications or journalism is preferred; Good
computer and research skills. To apply, submit a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to
hr@mercatus.org. No phone calls please. Added 08/17/12

House Committee on Natural Resources – Fall Internship (Paid)
The majority staff of the Committee on Natural Resources in the U.S. House of Representatives is
now accepting applications for a paid internship. The Committee is currently seeking to fill
positions for the fall. Responsibilities include: assisting Committee staff, supporting hearings,
answering phones, greeting visitors, and research. Interns will be assigned special projects as
needed. The ideal candidate will be motivated, mature, detail oriented and possess the ability to
multi-task. This is an excellent opportunity for a college student or recent graduate looking to
gain experience working on Capitol Hill. Interns are expected to work full time, from
approximately 9:00am-5:30pm. Candidates should attach their resume and paste the cover letter
into the body of an email, and send it to gop_intern@mail.house.gov. Added 08/14/12

U.S. Representative Trent Franks (AZ-02) – Fall Interns
Congressman Franks of is seeking interns for his Washington D.C. office. Internships provide an
excellent opportunity to see firsthand the legislative process in action. Responsibilities include
managing the front office by answering phone calls, sorting mail, supervising all tour requests
and greeting constituents and guests. You will also assist staff with logistics for briefings and
research in your area(s) of interest. Interns are always encouraged to attend hearings, briefings
and other Congressional proceedings in hopes of getting a complete view of work on the Hill.
We look for driven, detail-oriented interns with a positive attitude & excellent organizational
skills. Internships are available on a part-time and full-time basis and are unpaid. We are flexible
with start and end dates. To learn more about the Congressman and his office please visit his
website. If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Anna Hurley at
anna.hurley@mail.house.gov with "Fall Internship" in the subject line. Added 08/10/12

U.S. Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05) – Fall Interns
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers is seeking interns for August and the fall of 2012 to
work in her Washington D.C. office. Candidates should have great communication skills, a
positive attitude, diligence, and a desire to do excellent work. Responsibilities include, but are


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not limited to, answering phones and greeting visitors, leading Capitol tours, and researching and
drafting constituent correspondence. There will also be opportunities to attend briefings and
hearings on behalf of the staff. This is an unpaid position. Please send resume and cover letter to
scheduler.dc@mail.house.gov with “Congressional Intern” in the subject line. Added 08/10/12

Rep. Scott Rigell (VA-02) – Immediate Internship
The Office of Rep. Scott Rigell (VA-02) is seeking politically Conservative candidates for an
Unpaid Internship position in their Washington, DC office to begin immediately. The Office
seeks an outgoing, enthusiastic person with at least 3 days/week availability who would like
experience working in a Congressional Office. Virginia ties are a plus. Interested persons should
submit Cover Letter and Resume to VA02internships@gmail.com. Added 08/07/12.

Susan B. Anthony List – Paid Internships
The interns are responsible for a diversity of duties at the Susan B. Anthony List. Their time is
partly devoted to assisting in the day-to-day operations of our organization where they are
expected to complete typical daily administrative support. They are also involved in larger
departmental projects such as political and legislative research, fundraising, and online
communications. The Susan B. Anthony List requires interns to be self-starters with good
communication skills. They must be able to balance multiple demands and work with shifting
priorities and deadlines. As an intern, they should be equally comfortable working as part of a
team and with minimal supervision. Applications for Fall 2012 are now being accepted and will
be reviewed on a rolling basis. The Susan B. Anthony List is also willing to work with students to
gain college credit for their internship experience. To apply, send a resume, cover letter,
application and writing sample to Emily Rose Goellner at egoellner@sba-list.org. Applicants will
not be considered until all materials are received. Ideal candidates will have passion for pro-life
politics and non-profit advocacy work and explain what they hope to gain from an internship at
the SBA List. Added 08/07/12.

Republican Study Committee – Fall Internships
Description: Want to intern for the conservative caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives (the
Republican Study Committee) this fall (mid-August thru December; dates flexible)? This isn't
your typical internship on the Hill. You'll do policy research and writing, some of which could be
seen directly by Members of Congress. You'll also be in closed-door meetings with U.S.
representatives and top elites throughout Washington, DC. Must be an across-the-board, activist-
minded conservative. Small stipend available. For more info, send a résumé and a one-paragraph
email as soon as possible explaining why you’d want this internship to:
rick.eberstadt@mail.house.gov. Added 08/03/12.

American Action Forum – Fall Internships
Description: American Action Forum is currently recruiting fall interns for paid policy &
communications internships at the American Action Forum in DC. Applicants may find
additional information and a link to submit their resume here:
http://www.smartrecruiters.com/americanactionforum. Added 08/03/12.

National Center for Public Policy Research – Internships
Description: Description: The National Center for Public Policy Research is currently seeking
applicants for full and part time internships for the summer and fall 2012. The position involves
assisting the organization with events, development, helping with mailings, assisting staff,
attending hearings when needed, work with fellows, help with research, and other administrative
tasks. Applicants should have quality writing skills, great communications skills, be a self-
starter, positive attitude, and detail oriented. Campaign experience is a plus but not required.


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 Applicants should possess conservative values, similar to the organization. This is a great
opportunity for college students and graduates seeking a rewarding experience and to get their
foot in the door. If interested please send a cover letter summarizing interests in working at the
National Center along with a resume with 3 references. We will be happy to work with grad and
undergrad students looking to get class credit. Start and end dates are negotiable. Please send
your info to eford@nationalcenter.org with “2012 Internships” as the subject line. Added
08/03/12.

Capitol Hill Business Improvement District – Event Planning Intern
Description: The Capitol Hill BID is seeking an event planning intern to assist with the planning
of the Magic & Miracles fundraising event for our Ready, Willing & Working program. Ready,
Willing & Working is a non-profit organization that empowers people to break the cycles of
homelessness, welfare dependency and incarceration through a paid-work rehabilitation program
offering supportive services and the skills for self-sufficiency. The intern will start in early
September and will finish by the end of the fall 2012 semester (early-mid December). Magic &
Miracles will be held on Thursday evening, November 29 at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania
Avenue, SE). It is preferred that the intern will be able to attend the event. Duties include, but are
not limited to: preparing and distributing event invitations and flyers; updating contact databases;
making follow up calls to invitees; assisting with coordination of the silent auction; and
miscellaneous tasks as directed by BID staff. This internship is unpaid. Intern will receive
SmarTrip refill cards to commute to and from the internship. Some meals will also be provided.
Qualifications: Excellent interpersonal communication and writing skills. Comfortable making
phone calls. Applicants should have an interest in non-profit work, event planning and/or
fundraising. A passion for ending homelessness in DC is a plus! Contact Kelly Maslar at
kmaslar@capitolhillbid.org to submit resume and cover letter. Added 08/03/12.

Rep. Wally Herger (CA-02) – Fall 2012 Interns
Description: Congressman Wally Herger (R-CA) is currently seeking interns for the fall of 2012
for his Washington DC office. The internship involves assisting with incoming mail, researching
legislative issues, attending lectures and hearings, giving tours, working with legislative staff on
special projects and assisting with other general office duties. Candidates must be self-starters,
detail oriented, have excellent writing and communication skills, and be able to multi-task. This is
a great opportunity for college students and graduates seeking Capitol Hill experience. Internship
to begin first week of September and end the week of Thanksgiving. Please email your cover
letter and resume to herger.intern@gmail.com. Added 08/03/12.

National Association of Scholars – Fall 2012 Communications Internship (NYC)
Description: The National Association of Scholars (NAS) is a non-profit higher education reform
organization. NAS works to improve American higher education by supporting intellectual
standards, academic freedom, and institutional transparency in colleges and universities. It
opposes racial preferences and promotes the teaching of the Western tradition. NAS has no
political affiliation. To learn more about NAS, visit www.nas.org. Flexible hours and flexible 12-
16 week term. Send resume and a writing sample to Ashley Thorne at thorne@nas.org. Added
08/03/12.

The Laura Ingram Show – Fall Internships
The Laura Ingraham Show is looking for young, motivated, politically astute individuals to intern
for the radio show. The show is broadcast on over 300 stations and listened to by more than 6
million people each week. Experience in radio is preferred but not required. Candidates MUST
have a strong academic record and references. Over the course of the internship, you will help out
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production. This is a great opportunity for college students to be involved in the national
conversation everyday on a national platform. It will provide you with insight into what it takes to
produce a quality radio show on a daily basis. Those who are interested must send a cover letter
and resume to: ingrahamshow@gmail.com. Added 07/31/12.

Midwestern House Conservative – Paid Internship
Description: A Midwestern conservative is currently seeking conservative internship applicants
to start immediately for the fall. Interns will have an excellent opportunity to observe the inner
workings of a Congressional office and assist staff with constituent services, communications,
administrative tasks, and legislative research. Candidates should have a strong work ethic, be
highly organized and motivated, and possess a positive attitude. There is a $1,000 stipend, which
will be paid upon completion of the internship. Qualified applicants should send their cover letter,
resume, references, and writing sample to midwestGOPinternship@gmail.com. Added 07/31/12.

Rep. Tim Walberg (MI-07) – Fall Interns
Description: The office of Representative Tim Walberg (MI-07) is currently accepting
applications for fall semester interns. The internship is unpaid but class credit can be
accommodated. Daily tasks will include: answering phone calls, sorting mail, leading tours of the
Capitol building, writing constituent letter responses, attending hearings and briefings for the
legislative staff, and assisting the legislative staff with research. Strong conservative values are a
must. Please email a cover letter, resume, and brief 500 word writing sample to
Joanna.Brown@mail.house.gov. Added 07/31/12.

Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-04) – Fall Interns
Description: The Office of Congressman Jim Jordan is seeking bold, energetic, conservative
individuals for paid/unpaid fall internships, beginning early September. During your time with
our office, you will be given the opportunity to develop leadership, management, and policy
experience. Duties include answering phones and mail, conducting tours of the U.S. Capitol, and
assisting staff members and Congressman Jordan with achieving our legislative goals and
constituent outreach. You will be challenged and will be given practical tools for career and
academic success. Applicants should possess excellent written and verbal communication skills,
be self-motivated, and able to work as part of a professional team. Fourth District/Ohio ties are a
plus. Applicant Instructions: All interested persons should contact Susan Manchester, Internship
Coordinator for Congressman Jim Jordan, at 202-225-2676 or susan.manchester@mail.house.gov
if he/she has any questions. Please see Congressman Jordan’s website at jordan.house.gov for the
internship application and necessary documents. Applications are due by August 10. Added
07/31/12.

Rep. Tom Graves (GA-09) – Fall 2012 Interns
Description: Office seeks conservative, hard-working, and energetic interns who can commit to
full or part time fall 2012 internships. College students or recent graduates interested in learning
more about government while also taking an active role serving the constituents of Georgia’s 9th
District are invited to apply. Interns will have varied responsibilities including answering
constituent phone calls, researching legislation for the Member and legislative staff, giving
Capitol tours, attending hearings and briefings and answering constituent letters on various issues
before the House. All conservative students are welcome to apply. Georgia ties are a plus.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter outlining their motivation to intern and their
availability, along with a resume and an academic/professional reference to
internsga09@gmail.com. Questions can be directed to Maggie in Congressman Graves’s office at
202-225-5211. Added 07/31/12.



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Rep. Tom McClintock (CA-04) – Fall 2012 Internships
Description: Congressman Tom McClintock (CA-04) is looking for full or part time fall interns
for his Washington D.C. office. Applicants should possess conservative values and hold strong
written and verbal communication skills. Duties include (but are not limited to) performing
administrative tasks, attending Congressional hearings, leading Capitol tours, answering phones,
sorting mail, and assisting legislative staff with research. Start and end dates are negotiable.
While this is an unpaid internship, we are happy to work with current students looking to receive
college credit for their internship. Interested applicants should send resume and brief cover letter
summarizing their interest in working for Congressman McClintock to
Chris.Tudor@mail.house.gov with “McClintock Fall Internship 2012” as the subject line. Added
07/31/12.

Rep. Bill Shuster (PA-09) – Fall Internships
Description: The office of Congressman Bill Shuster (PA-09) is seeking an intern to join the
Washington, D.C. office for the fall of 2012 semester. Candidates should be a self-motivated,
team player that is ready to work in a fast-paced environment. Duties include, but are not limited
to: opening mail, answering phones, constituent correspondence, attending briefings, assisting
with legislative research, and providing aid to staff-members with various projects. The ideal
candidate will be a hard-working, detail oriented professional with strong oral and written
communication skills. Pennsylvania ties are preferred, but not required. Interested candidates
should email PA09jobs@gmail.com with a resume and a cover letter and Fall Internship in the
Subject line. Added 07/31/12.

U.S. Representative Patrick McHenry (NC-10) – Fall Interns
Description: Congressman Patrick McHenry's Washington DC office is seeking hard working,
conservative interns for a full time internship during the fall of 2012. Recent graduates interested
in gaining valuable experience in a Congressional office are strongly encouraged to apply. Intern
responsibilities include attending hearings and briefings on behalf of staff, assisting with
legislative and press research, and drafting letters to constituents. Interns will also be expected to
lead constituents on tours of the US Capitol and manage constituent communication via mail and
phone. North Carolina ties are preferred but not required. This is an unpaid position. If
interested, please email a resume and cover letter to NC10interns@gmail.com. No phone calls
please. Added 07/27/12

Rep. Vicky Hartzler (MO-4) – Fall Internships
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler’s (MO-4) Washington, D.C. Office seeks conservative, hard-
working, and energetic interns who can commit full or part time for fall 2012 internships. College
students or recent graduates interested in learning more about government while also taking an
active role serving the constituents of Missouri’s 4th District are invited to apply. Interns will have
varied responsibilities, including welcoming meetings and guests, answering the telephone,
supporting legislative staff with research, drafting letters, and processing data, giving Capitol
tours, and providing other administrative support as requested. Interns will be given opportunities
to attend committee hearings and educational briefings to deepen their understanding of current
policy debates and conservative philosophy. All conservative students are welcome to apply.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter outlining their motivation to intern and their
availability, along with a résumé and an academic/professional reference to
internsmo04@gmail.com. Questions can be directed to Leanna in Congresswoman Hartzler’s
office at 202-225-2876. Added 07/24/12.

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The Institute for Justice seeks an unpaid research intern for its strategic research program at its
Arlington, Va. headquarters. The internship will include data collection and analysis for research
projects. The ideal candidate will have facility in mining online databases and data sources, the
ability to create and manipulate spreadsheets, and persistence and good judgment in soliciting
information and data from state and non-profit agencies. The Institute for Justice is the nation’s
leading libertarian public interest law firm, litigating to defend property rights, economic liberty,
First Amendment freedoms and school choice. Its strategic research program is a unique
initiative that combines high-quality social science and policy research with IJ’s cutting-edge
litigation. Please send a cover letter indicating your interest in the Institute for Justice, resume
and writing sample to employment@ij.org. Added 07/24/12.

Institute of World Politics – Development Intern
The Development Intern at The Institute of World Politics will play a vital role in ensuring the
future of the institution. He or she will report to the development office and their staff and assist
them on a variety of different levels, from database management, mailing, event planning, and
networking. This is a great opportunity for one who is looking to build their resume and a great
way to make contacts and expand their network. Required time commitment is 2-3 days a week.
For more information email Whitney Athayde, Director of Development at athayde@iwp.edu.
Added 07/24/12.

Rep. Bobby Schilling (IL-17) – Unpaid Internship
Congressman Bobby Schilling (IL-17) seeks interns available immediately. Daily activities
include but are not limited to answering phones, distributing and sorting mail, greeting guests,
entering constituent information into IQ, giving tours, and assisting staff members with various
assignments. The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in government and politics and needs
to be motivated, dedicated to the office, friendly, personable, and possess a good sense of humor.
Please send your resume and cover letter to claire.repass@mail.house.gov . Preference given to
candidates with Illinois ties. Part time/ full time available. Added 07/24/12.

Conservative Congressman – Unpaid Fall Internship
A Conservative Congressman from the East Coast is currently looking for unpaid interns to begin
this fall. Daily duties include, but are not limited to: answering phones, distributing mail,
conducting Capitol tours for constituents, attending hearings and briefings, and assisting
legislative staff with various projects. Ideal candidates should possess excellent oral and written
skills and be comfortable in a fast-paced working environment. If interested, please email a
resume, cover letter, and list of references to 01goprep@gmail.com. Added 07/24/12.

Hamilton Place Strategies – Fall 2012 Communications Intern
Description: Responsibilities include: Monitoring media entities for various high-level clients
and firm principals; collecting media outlets and contacts; researching policy and
communications for a variety of clients; pulling TV clips; maintaining digital press lists; writing
research pieces and op-eds; and writing concise memos that summarize and analyze findings.
Requirements: Undergraduate or recent graduate with a degree in Communication, Journalism or
Political Science. Email: ldanylak@hamiltonps.com. Added 07/20/12.

Rep. Aaron Schock (IL-18) – Fall Interns
Description: Congressman Aaron Schock (IL-18) is looking for unpaid interns to begin in August
and serve through the Fall Semester. A qualified candidate will be well-organized, responsible,
dependable, and have good oral and written communication skills. Duties will include answering
phones, sorting and distributing mail, leading Capitol tours, and aiding the Staff Assistant and
Legislative Staff as necessary. No previous Hill experience necessary. Added 07/20/12.


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Conservative California Congressman – Fall Internship
Description: A Congressman from California is currently looking for unpaid interns to begin in
August. Daily duties include, but are not limited to: answering phones, distributing mail,
conducting Capitol tours for constituents, attending hearings and briefings, and assisting
legislative staff with various projects. Ideal candidates should possess excellent oral and written
skills and be comfortable in a fast-paced working environment. California ties are preferred, but
not necessary. If interested, please email a resume, cover letter, and list of references to
resumeslhob@gmail.com. Added 07/20/12.

The Moving Picture Institute – Fall 2012 Internships
Description: A truly unique opportunity, the MPI internship enables interns to work closely with
industry professionals in Los Angeles, New York, and other major metropolitan areas. Our
interns are in the center of the action, getting hands-on experience in film while building
professional relationships and establishing themselves within the industry. MPI pairs interns with
MPI production partner companies and filmmakers and maintains close ties with both hosts and
interns throughout the term. MPI also provides interns a stipend to help with living expenses.
Internships are available for spring, summer, and fall, and are an average duration of 10 weeks.
Requirements: MPI is looking for independent, dynamic, creative, energetic, and self-motivated
college juniors and seniors, graduate students, or recent graduates who possess excellent research
and communication abilities and who have a demonstrable interest in film production. The ideal
candidate is committed to individual rights and has an informed appreciation for American
liberty. Judgment, focus, organization, empathy, an ability to work under pressure, and a sense of
humor are also important. Please submit your cover letter and resume for fall by August 24 to
Internships[at]thempi[dot]org. Cover letter should include: A statement on why using film to
advance freedom and individual liberty is important to you; a list of five pivotal people, films, or
books, with brief statements on how each has influenced your world view; a statement on your
long-term career and life goals and how the MPI Internship Program will help you achieve these
goals; a statement providing evidence of your leadership ability, self motivation, or
entrepreneurial spirit; and a statement about what you have read on MPI's website (blog,
programs, or film projects) that interests you most and why. Added 07/20/12.

House Judiciary Committee – Fall Legal Internship
Description: The Majority Staff of the House Judiciary Committee is seeking fall semester
candidates for a legal internship. Legal interns will hone legal writing skills, improve legal
research aptitude, sharpen the ability to analyze and summarize legal arguments, gain an in-depth
understanding of the legislative process, develop the ability to draft legislative language, acquire
substantive legal knowledge of Judiciary Committee issues, and experience a professional work
environment. Interns receive a variety of tasks which may include writing legal memorandum on
legislation; preparing questions, testimony, and summaries for Judiciary Committee hearings;
help draft and analyze floor amendments; and drafting letters on legal issues. Additionally,
interns may attend and observe House and Senate debates, and attend lectures by the
Congressional Research Service on legal research and parliamentary procedure. Please submit a
cover letter and resume to HJC_RepublicanIntern@mail.house.gov. Deadline to apply: July 25.
Added 07/17/12.

Rep. Steve Stivers (OH-15) – Internship
Description: The office of Congressman Steve Stivers (OH-15) is looking for interns for the fall
of 2012 for our Washington, D.C. office. The ideal candidates will have excellent writing
abilities, be able to multi-task and interact well with constituents. These are unpaid positions, but
interns will have the opportunity to experience working on Capitol Hill. Responsibilities include


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answering the phone, giving tours of the Capitol, assisting with constituent correspondence, and
supporting the legislative and communication staff on various projects. Interested candidates
should email a resume and cover letter to Monica Hueckel at monica.hueckel@mail.house.gov.
Added 07/17/12.

Armed Forces Foundation – Immediate Internship
Description: The AFF is a small office looking for an intern to work directly with our Program
Manager and Director of Public Affairs in their day-to-day tasks. We are looking for full-time
applicants only to start immediately. Requirements: At least junior-standing with a major in or
degree in journalism, communications, public relations, government, political science or a similar
field; cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above in field; and competency to call high-ranking officials in
the government and military, as well as celebrities and professional athletes. Interns have
regularly been given charge of their own tasks and due to the size of the team. We are looking for
someone who is confident and well spoken, and who can represent the Foundation to outside/
interested parties. This Office is located one block from Capitol South Metro. Please send a
resume and cover letter to John Purcell at jpurcell@armedforcesfoundation.org. Please put “AFF
Internship” in the subject line. Added 07/17/12.

Rep. Joe Barton (TX-06) – Fall Internships
Description: The Office of Congressman Joe Barton is seeking qualified full time interns for the
Fall semester. In addition to assisting staff with administrative duties, interns will have the
opportunity to attend briefings, assist legislative staff with research and guide constituent tours.
Texas ties are a plus. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and references to,
BartonDC.Interns@mail.house.gov. Please also include your dates of availability. Added
07/17/12.

Susan B. Anthony List – Fall 2012 Internships
Description: The Susan B. Anthony List is accepting applications for Fall 2012 Internships.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The Susan B. Anthony List is also willing to
work with students to gain college credit for their internship experience. The interns are
responsible for a diversity of duties at the Susan B. Anthony List. Their time is partly devoted to
assisting in the day-to-day operations of our organization where they are expected to complete
typical daily administrative support. They are also involved in larger departmental projects such
as political and legislative research, fundraising, and online communications. Applicants are
required to be self-starters with good communication skills. They must be able to balance
multiple demands and work with shifting priorities and deadlines. As an intern, they should be
equally comfortable working as part of a team and with minimal supervision. Ideal candidates
will have an interest in pro-life politics and non-profit advocacy work. To apply, send a resume,
cover letter, application and writing sample to Emily Rose Goellner at egoellner@sba-list.org.
Applicants will not be considered until all materials are received. Ideal candidates will have
passion for pro-life politics and non-profit advocacy work and explain what they hope to gain
from an internship at the SBA List. More information as well as the application are available on
our website at http://www.sba-list.org/about-sba-list/internships. Apply Online: http://www.sba-
list.org/about-sba-list/internships. Added 07/13/12.

Conservative Congressman – August Internships
Description: A conservative Congressman is seeking interns for his Washington D.C. office.
Applicants must be available July 30 through August 31. Interns will have an excellent
opportunity to observe the inner workings of a Congressional office and assist staff with
constituent services, communications, administrative tasks, and legislative research. Candidates
should have a strong work ethic, be highly organized and motivated, and possess a positive


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attitude. If you are interested in being considered for an internship, please send your resume and
cover letter to texasintern2012@gmail.com. Added 07/13/12.

Office of the VA Attorney General – Fall 2012 Internship (Fairfax, VA)
Description: The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is the Commonwealth's law firm. Its
clients are the Virginia state government and the state agencies, boards and commissions that
compose that government. The OAG's Northern Virginia Regional Office is seeking an unpaid
intern for at least 15 hours a week to assist the Community Outreach and Triad Director. duties
include preparing for and/or attending community and Triad events; updating Triad information
for the agency's website and local Triads; responding to constituent inquiries; and other research,
as needed. Triad is a partnership consist of the local Sheriff and/or Police Chief, senior citizens,
and senior service providers, who work together in their communities to reduce criminal
victimization of the elderly. Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, one writing
sample, and college transcript to Juanita Balenger, Community Outreach and Triad Director,
Office of the Attorney General at jbalenger@oag.state.va.us. Added 07/13/12.

Midwestern Conservative Congressman – Unpaid Intern
Description: Midwestern Conservative is looking for an unpaid intern to begin early August
through Fall. Full-time or part-time. A qualified candidate will be well-organized, responsible,
dependable, and have good oral and written communication skills. Duties will include answering
phones, sorting and distributing mail, running errands, and aiding the Staff Assistant and
Legislative Staff as necessary. Interns will often act as a direct liaison between the member and
constituents. No previous Hill experience necessary. All interested applicants should e-mail their
cover letter and resume to MidwesternGOPIntern@gmail.com. Added 07/13/12.

Congressman Sam Graves (MO-06) – Fall Internship
Description: Congressman Sam Graves is currently seeking applicants for a fall internship in his
Washington DC office. Intern duties include, but are not limited to, helping out in the front office
with answering phones and constituent mail, giving tours, processing flag requests, as well as
helping with research for the legislative staff. Although the internship is unpaid, it is a great
experience for anyone looking to get involved in politics and/or policy making. Start and end
dates are negotiable and both part and full-time positions are available. If interested, please email
a resume and cover letter to mo6intern@gmail.com with “Fall Internship” in the subject line.
Added 07/13/12.

Rep. Francisco “Quico” Canseco (TX0-23) – Fall Internship
Description: Congressman Francisco “Quico” Canseco (TX-23) is looking for full or part time
fall interns for his Washington D.C. office. Applicants should possess conservative values and
hold strong written and verbal communication skills. Duties include (but are not limited to)
performing administrative tasks, attending Congressional hearings, leading Capitol tours,
answering phones, sorting mail, and assisting legislative staff with research. Start and end dates
are negotiable. While this is an unpaid internship, we are happy to work with current students
looking to receive college credit for their internship. Interested applicants should send resume
and brief cover letter summarizing their interest in working for Congressman Canseco to
martin.martinez@mail.house.gov with “Canseco Fall Internship 2012” as the subject line. Added
07/13/12.

Cato – Internship
Description: The Cato Institute is seeking interns for the summer, fall and spring terms.
Responsibilities include research assistance to Cato's policy directors, assisting at Cato events,
some clerical chores, attendance at Cato events, and weekly seminars and readings. Candidates


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should be undergraduates, regardless of major, recent graduates, or graduate students who have a
strong commitment to individual liberty, private property, free markets, peace, toleration, and
limited government. The monthly stipend is $700 paid in two monthly installments. Information
on the program is available online. If you require additional information, please e-mail
intern@cato.org. Added 07/10/12.

American Conservative Union – Fall 2012 Interns
Description: The American Conservative Union is now accepting applications for interns for the
fall and spring semesters. The ideal candidate will be an energetic individual, have a working
knowledge of the legislative process, and a strong desire to advance the cause of conservatism.
Required Skills: Excellent understanding of the legislative process. Excellent written and verbal
communication as well as organizational skills required. Self-starter who is able to work
independently. Ability to multitask and meet deadlines. Proactive and quick learner. Easily
adaptable. Apply Online: http://conservative.org/about-acu/apply-to-intern. Added 07/10/12.

The Trinity Forum – Fall Internships/ Fellowships
Description: The Trinity Forum (TTF) is offering competitive openings for highly substantive
fall internships/fellowships. Internships are paid, and offer candidates an extraordinary
opportunity for experience in non-profit strategy and operations. We especially seek candidates
with skills in one or more of the following areas: web/print design, marketing,
fundraising/development, database management, writing, and research. Interns will work
alongside staff on essential projects and have the opportunity to see the results of their work
incorporated into the operations of the Trinity Forum. For graduate and post-graduate students,
the internship will also include the opportunity to develop and implement a substantive, long-term
project that will match their interests with the needs of TTF. Interns are expected to secure their
own housing arrangements. Full-time as well as part-time internships are available. Interested
parties should submit: A resume; a cover letter detailing your education, experience, and interest
in a Trinity Forum Internship (Please specify if there is particular area of interest to you); two-
three brief writing samples; and three references. Please submit materials to Margaret Eberly at
meberly@ttf.org. Deadline is August 1. Added 07/10/12.

Americans for Prosperity – Pennsylvania Chapter Internship (Washington Crossing, PA)
Description: The intern will be an integral part of the AFP-PA team, providing key support to
ensure smooth operations within the state chapter. The candidate should have a commitment to
the principles of the organization – specifically, a firm commitment to advancing every
individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity through free markets. Requirements:
College sophomore, junior, or senior or preferred; access to a vehicle/ ability to drive expected;
and proficiency in public policy research required. Please submit a resume to: Brittany Hicks at
internsAFP@afphq.org with the position title in the subject line. Added 07/10/12.

Americans for Prosperity – Internships (Paid)
Description: Interns have the opportunity to work closely with headquarters and state staff on
substantive projects to advance the cause of liberty. Intern responsibilities vary by department, as
AFPF offers the opportunity to work in policy, communications, development, marketing, new
media, national and state operations, human resources, finance or legal work. Prospective interns
may be rising college sophomores, juniors, seniors, recent graduates, post- graduate students with
a commitment to limited government and increasing economic freedom through free markets.
Please submit resume to: Brittany Hicks, Recruiter at InternsAFP@afphq.org with the subject
line, “Internship (Season) (Year).” Added 07/10/12.

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Description: The office of Congressman David Schweikert (AZ-05) is seeking full-time interns
for the Fall 2012 semester (mid August - December) in Washington, D.C. Please note that this is
an unpaid internship. The ideal candidate will be motivated, detail oriented and able to multi-
task, possess excellent communication skills and interact well with constituents. Responsibilities
include answering the phone, giving tours of the Capitol and assisting with constituent
correspondence. Arizona ties are preferred, but not required. Interested candidates should email a
cover letter and resume to az05internship@gmail.com with “Fall Internship Applicant” in the
email subject line. For priority consideration, please submit your application materials by July
15th, 2012. Applicants will be accepted on a rolling basis. Added 07/10/12.

The Franklin Center – Citizen Outreach Intern
Description: Franklin Center is seeking a highly motivated intern to join its citizen outreach team
as we plan and facilitate over two dozen journalism training sessions during the summer of 2012.
Applicants should be interested or majoring in journalism, mass media, public relations, or
grassroots activism. Applicants should be able to manage multiple tasks at once, take ownership
when managing a project, and identify new opportunities for recruitment and training. He or she
should be organized and demonstrate strong problem solving skills. Intern responsibilities and
tasks include the following: Execute online research relevant to Citizen Watchdog training
initiative. This will include identification of and outreach to existing citizen journalists and
bloggers, research for event venues, etc; provide administrative support relating to development
and production of training materials, event organization and promotion, and general program
operations; monitor and manage program website and assist with social media presence; and
manage database to track and cultivate allies and program participants, execute follow-up
communications and surveys. To apply, please send resume to Becky Wessels at
becky.wessels@franklincenterhq.org. Added 07/10/12.

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-09) – Fall Internships
Description: Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-09) is looking for Fall interns for his
Washington D.C. office, available to start in September and lasting through December.
Applicants should possess conservative values, be personable, and have strong writing skills.
Duties include performing administrative tasks, attending Congressional hearings, leading Capitol
tours for constituents, and helping legislative staff with research on important projects. Interns
will also have the opportunity to work on issues that interest him or her. This position is great for
Capitol Hill experience. Start and end dates are negotiable and both part/full-time positions are
available. Interested applicants should send resume and brief cover letter summarizing their
interest in working for Rep. Luetkemeyer to Trey.McKenzie@mail.house.gov with “Fall
Internship” as the subject. Added 07/06/12.

Rep. Michele Bachmann (MN-06) – Immediate Internship Opportunity
Description: Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is offering an internship opportunity in her
Washington DC office that will begin immediately. The intern will be responsible for assisting
with constituent services (scheduling and giving tours, processing flag requests, and drafting
correspondences). Also, the intern will be a valued member of the team by helping with general
office duties (answering phones, passing out mail, distributing faxes) and assisting legislative
staff with research and writing. This is a great opportunity for college students and graduates
seeking a rewarding Capitol Hill experience. Please email your resume and cover letter (with
availability)to kevin.wysocki@mail.house.gov by July 20. Added 07/06/12.

Rep. Bill Posey (FL-15) – Immediate Internship Opportunity
Description: Congressman Bill Posey (FL-15) has a full-time, unpaid internship available
immediately until the end of August in his Washington, DC office. Duties include but are not


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limited to answering telephones, greeting visitors, conducting tours of the Capitol, researching
legislative issues, writing letters and working with our mail database system. There will also be
opportunities to experience Washington DC and cultivate your interest in American government
by attending briefings, hearings, and classes. Qualified candidates should possess excellent
organizational and communication skills, should have a positive attitude, and a strong work
ethic. Although internships are unpaid, our office is happy to fill out any necessary forms for
students to receive credit at their respective college or university. Florida ties are preferred but
not necessary. All interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume to
Tim.Convy@mail.house.gov with “2012 Internship” in the subject line. No phone calls please.
Include in your cover letter why you would like to intern on the Hill for Congressman Posey, why
you believe you are qualified, as well as how soon you will be able to start. Should we wish to
move forward with an interview, we will contact you soon. Added 07/06/12.

The Leadership Institute – Fall Internships
Description: The Leadership Institute in Arlington, VA is now accepting applications for our Fall
2012 Intern Program. The deadline to apply is Friday, August 3. An LI internship offers an
amazing opportunity for interested applicants to receive the most comprehensive training in
politics and public policy. We challenge our interns to grow intellectually, philosophically, and
professionally. LI internships pay $550 per month and include free housing at the Sacher Intern
House just 7 blocks away from the Leadership Institute’s Steven P.J. Wood Building. Interns
have the opportunity to host conservative speakers, attend all LI trainings free of charge, visit
Capitol Hill, and engage in discussions on conservative texts. More information on the internship
program can be found on our website at http://www.leadershipinstitute.org/Intern. Added
07/06/12.

Rep. Scott Tipton (CO-03) – Fall Internship
Description: The Washington DC office of Representative Scott Tipton (CO-03) is currently
seeking applicants for a fall internship. Internships are available to qualified college students or
recent graduates. Colorado ties are a plus but not required. Internships provide valuable real
world experience of our legislative process. Responsibilities include assisting staff with
legislative research and writing, attending briefings and committee hearings. Interns will also be
responsible for providing tours of the capitol, answering phones, and helping staff process
constituents mail and inquiries. Candidates should have an interest in the legislative process, be
motivated, organized and reliable, and possess strong communication and writing skills. If you
are interested in being considered for an internship, please send your resume and cover letter to
christopher.johnson@mail.house.gov. Added 07/06/12.

David All Group – Fall Accounts Internship
Description: The David All Group offers paid internships year round for select individuals who
demonstrate enthusiasm for real-time, interactive communication and social media. We’re
looking to hire interns for the fall 2012 semester to work alongside the DAG team in our
Washington, D.C., office from August through December. Requirements: A sense of needing to
be connected to the Internet 24/7; excellent communications skills, including the written word;
Eagerness to suggest ideas to better use current or emerging online platforms; personal
responsibility for actions and the motivation to take initiative; handling multiple tasks and ability
to work well under pressure; and a swell attitude and entrepreneurial spirit. To take advantage of
this opportunity, email your cover letter, resume, writing samples and references in one attached
document to Meghann Olshefski at careers@davidallgroup.com, with “Fall 2012 Internship” in
the subject line. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis, so please apply ASAP.
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Shirley & Banister Public Affairs – Internship
Description: Interns work with account executives on press releases and corresponding with
media outlets. They pitch stories about SBPA clients, post electronic media segments on
YouTube, manage and create media databases and contact lists and conduct research, write
business letters for prospective clients and assist account executives with special projects. They
also make coffee, file documents and run errands. This is a paid position with flexible hours.
Send resume and cover letter to TLeonard@sbpublicaffairs.com. Added 07/06/12.

ALEC – Fall Internships
Description: The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a membership association
of state legislators whose mission is to promote free markets, limited government and federalism.
ALEC provides state legislators with research, policy analysis, scholarly articles, reference
materials, legislative bill tracking, and expert testimony on a wide spectrum of policy issues.
ALEC is currently seeking Fall Policy Interns, Communications and Social Media Interns, and
Membership and Development Interns. The internship begins on Monday, September 17, 2012
and runs through Friday, December 7, 2012. To apply, download an application at
www.alec.org/about-alec/internships. Added 07/06/12.

Judicial Watch – Fall Internships
Description: Judicial Watch is seeking full-time interns for the fall 2012 semester. If
investigations and research are exciting to you, then you have come to the right place. Here at
Judicial Watch we believe that no one is above that law. Judicial Watch is presently looking for
well-rounded, self-motivated interns and law clerks with a passion for research and writing. Since
our office is uniquely situated just three blocks from the Capitol, our select group of interns will
have the opportunity to experience D.C. firsthand. Interns must have superior research and
writing skills. Tasks will include legal research, FOIA research, legal writing, monitoring media
and social media, and development work. We will tailor your internship to your interests! College
students, recent graduates, and current or future law students are encouraged to apply for our
limited positions. If interested, please send a resume and cover letter, along with a short writing
sample addressed to Allison Kajs at internships@judicialwatch.org. Added 07/06/12.

The Institute on Religion and Democracy – Fall Internships
Description: The IRD has paid internship opportunities year round, and is currently accepting
applications for Fall 2012 internships. Interns will have the opportunity to do substantial work
including writing, research, website upkeep, social media, and other tasks. Applicants must be
enrolled in, or recently graduated from an accredited four year university. Application deadline
is Friday, August 3rd. To apply, complete the internship form at http://bit.ly/y68uOd and email
the following to Kristin Rudolph at krudolph@theird.org: cover letter, resume, and 2-5 page
writing sample. Added 07/06/12.

The Chertoff Group – Fall Intelligence and Security Internship
Description: The Fall internship period is 3 months, 40 hours per week, pays minimum wage and
will begin on or around Tuesday, September 4. Ideal applicants should be highly motivated,
detail-oriented, organized, able to multi-task, and have mature research and writing skills. A
background in security studies, finance and/or experience in the aerospace and defense space is
desirable. Applicants should be familiar with Microsoft Outlook, Power Point and Excel. Daily
responsibilities will include answering phones, greeting guests, scanning, recording and filing
receipts, getting coffee/water, and performing timely and error-free administrative tasks.
Additionally, fall interns will have the opportunity to use their specific skill set to assist Senior
Staff and Associates in various projects including but not limited to client research, preparation of
pitch decks using power point, and the composition of white paper drafts. Interested candidates


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should send their resume and cover letter to Jeannette Smith at careers@chertoffgroup.com.
Added 07/06/12.

House Leadership Office – Summer 2012 Internship
Description: Leadership office on Capitol Hill is seeking Full/Part-time unpaid interns for
Summer 2012/ASAP. This internship offers an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on
experience with all areas of the congressional office. Interns are responsible for answering
phones, greeting visitors, staffing events, and legislative projects as directed. In addition to these
duties, interns will be able to attend legislative briefings and other educational events on the Hill.
For more information, please email resume and cover letter to: gregory.baker@mail.house.gov.
Added 07/03/12.

Conservative Start-up Organization – PAID Summer & Fall Social Media Internships
Description: New start-up is seeking smart, motivated college students to intern with our rapidly
growing team of digital strategists. Our organization assists conservative non-profits in expanding
their online footprint. The work involves social media monitoring, influencer outreach, content
creation, data analysis, and strategic communications planning. As an intern you’ll be doing real
work (no printing copies or fetching coffee) and you’ll get hands on, practical experience for a
future career in communications, public relations, politics or issue advocacy. To be successful in
this internship a passion for politics and excellent written communications is a required. Prior
social media experience is prefered, but not required. The internship is PAID and is based in
downtown Washington, DC. To apply, please email your resume with a brief cover note and a
one page writing sample to: ConservativeSocialeMediaWork@gmail.com. Added 07/03/12.

Government Relations Firm – Government Relations Paid Internship
Description: Are you thinking about becoming a lobbyist? Would you like to work in
Government Relations? A large government contractor is looking for someone to help assist their
Government Relations team. Hours are very flexible. Please email your resume and cover letter
to government.relations.resume@gmail.com. Added 06/29/12.

The Pinkston Group – Public Relations Intern (Summer & Fall)
Description: The Pinkston Group is looking for public relations interns for summer and fall of
2012. The ideal candidates will have a solid grasp on the fundamentals of grammar and AP style.
An understanding of politics, particularly center-right politics is highly valued, but not essential.
Our office culture is fast paced and collaborative, and those who participate in the program must
be energetic and willing to think and learn. Those who wish to learn media relations are
encouraged to apply. Desired skills include: proven ability to prioritize tasks and focus on
multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously. Exemplary writing, communication and
organizational skills, along with proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite are required. An ideal
candidate will be working toward a degree in Public Relations, Journalism, or Communications.
Please send resume and cover letter to Victoria Yu at yu@pinkstongroup.com. Added 06/29/12.

Rep. Candice S. Miller (MI-10) – Fall 2012 Interns
Description: Congresswoman Candice S. Miller (R-MI) seeks legislative interns for Fall 2012
(August- December). Interns will work in a fast-paced Congressional Office, gaining valuable
exposure and knowledge of the legislative process and the United States Congress. Intern
responsibilities include greeting constituents, handling constituent phone calls, opening and
sorting mail, and assisting staff with administrative tasks. Interns will also have the opportunity to
conduct legislative research, and assist with correspondence, as well as attend some Capitol Hill
briefings, congressional hearings, receptions, and press events. Requirements: Interns must have a
good attitude, strong work ethic, and excellent written and oral communication skills. Successful


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interns will be able to find information with little assistance, be able to work both independently
as well as part of a team environment, and with strong attention to detail. Applicants should have
working knowledge of current events and policy topics, as well as a willingness to do mundane
tasks as needed. Michigan ties preferred; however, candidates from outside the state will also be
considered. This is an unpaid position, but a great opportunity for students seeking academic
credit. To apply, please send cover letter, resume and writing sample to
John.Bremer@mail.house.gov. Added 06/29/12.

Center for Security Policy – Development Intern
Description: Join CSP as a development intern and learn fundraising skills that are in huge
demand across the nonprofit sector today. Requirements: Proficiency with MS Office; strong
written and oral communication skills; and experience with database software (esp. Raiser’s
Edge). Send cover letter explaining your interests, what you hope to gain, and what you can
contribute during an internship with CSP; current resume; writing sample; and official or un-
official transcript to Shaun Seifert at: Seifert@securefreedom.org. Added 06/26/12.

Conservative Organization – Internship
Description: Conservative Organization is currently seeking immediate internship to help in their
DC offices. Internship would last from July 1st through at least October 15th, 2012. The internship
involves assisting the Director of Communications and Operations with all phases of planning the
event from press release writing to fundraising and anything else that arises. Candidates must be
self-starters, detail oriented, have excellent writing and communication skills, and be able to
multi-task. Event planning experience preferred (example: college rush events, political rallies)
but not required. This is a great opportunity for college students and graduates seeking a
rewarding experience that will further your career in DC. Please email your cover letter and
resume to ra929internship@gmail.com. Added 06/26/12.

Conservative House Member from Tennessee – Fall Internships
Description: Conservative House member from Tennessee seeks interns for the fall 2012
semester. This is a full-time, unpaid position in the Washington DC office. The position is
responsible for general office duties, assisting the legislative staff with research and writing, and
responding to constituent concerns. Applicants should be motivated with a strong work ethic,
have superior attention to detail and a positive attitude. Applicants with ties to the Tennessee-area
are preferred. If interested, please email a cover letter and resume to
tnhouseinternship@gmail.com. Added 06/22/12.

Ethics and Public Policy Center – Internship, American Religious Freedom Program
Description: The Ethics and Public Policy Center’s American Religious Freedom Program seeks
full-time, unpaid interns for summer or fall 2012. Interns will promote the American Religious
Freedom Program’s mission to protect and strengthen constitutional religious freedoms for
individuals of all religious faiths. Responsibilities include identifying and summarizing highly
relevant news regarding religious freedom, compiling and annotating primary documents and
fundamental sources, and researching religious-freedom scholarship and case law. Interns may
assist in planning and preparing briefings, conferences, or hearings. Research will include
information on legislation and legislators, including background, voting records, statements,
and/or published materials. Applicants must be college students or recent graduates who are
highly motivated and detail-oriented team players who have a strong work ethic and like working
in a fast-paced environment. Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and two writing
samples to Brooke Cook at bcook@eppc.org. Added 06/08/12.

Ethics and Public Policy Center – Unpaid Intern (Summer or Fall 2012)


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Description: The Ethics and Public Policy Center’s American Religious Freedom Program seeks
full-time, unpaid interns for summer or fall 2012. Interns will promote the American Religious
Freedom Program’s mission to protect and strengthen constitutional religious freedoms for
individuals of all religious faiths. Responsibilities include identifying and summarizing highly
relevant news regarding religious freedom, compiling and annotating primary documents and
fundamental sources, and researching religious-freedom scholarship and case law. Interns may
assist in planning and preparing briefings, conferences, or hearings. Research will include
information on legislation and legislators, including background, voting records, statements,
and/or published materials. Applicants must be college students or recent graduates who are
highly motivated and detail-oriented team players who have a strong work ethic and like working
in a fast-paced environment. Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and two writing
samples to Brooke Cook at bcook@eppc.org. Added 06/05/12.




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