Show-Me Institute Seeks Summer Interns
For those who missed the application deadline for the Koch Summer Fellowship, there is still an opportunity to work at the Show-Me Institute this summer! Today, the institute announced its summer 2010 internship program, which will take place at our new central west end office location, and will run from approximately mid- to late May until late August.
As a “small-shop” think tank, interns at the Show-Me Institute have the opportunity to be involved in all sides of the organization: assisting scholars with research, writing op-eds, blogging, and event planning. Internship positions are full-time and interns are paid on an hourly basis.
Show-Me Institute staff writer Audrey Spalding interned at the institute for a year before being hired as a full-time staff member. She credits the institute with giving her valuable job skills. “I can confidently say that without my Show-Me Institute internship, I would not have the research skills I now have. I filed more than 500 freedom of information requests as an intern.”
Applications are due by April 15, and applicants will receive notification by late April.