A special alert to college students, grad students and recent graduates: CEI has an excellent intern program, and we’re always looking for new applicants. Interning with us gives you the chance to write and research in addition to the standard office tasks. In fact, we don’t even make you fetch coffee for the senior staff. Past interns (like myself) have gone on to all kinds of exciting positions of power and influence in the pro-freedom movement. So start making plans for summer and apply today. Details here.
In related news, our good friends at The American Spectator are also looking for interns. I’ll let Managing Editor J.P. Freire describe the gig:
Just a friendly reminder that we do, in fact, have internships, and we’re very flexible on starting dates. They’re typically paid, depending on how long you can work with us. They’re also, in the journalism world, very, very valuable. I worked on my college paper and thought I knew enough to get a start in journalism, and as it turns out, my AmSpec internship taught me I was wrong.
We’re currently looking for good writers who want to learn a thing or two for the spring and summer. More information is on our About page. And even if you’re not interested, you can pass this on to any college students you know — people are always chomping at the bit for an opportunity for some real journalistic work.
For people who were thinking about a summer internship but couldn’t decide where they wanted to apply – I’ve just presented you with your two options. You can thank me when you get to Washington.