Do you want to get involved in the conservative movement? Are you interested in becoming a stronger student activist on your campus? Do you have aspirations for a career in public policy, journalism, development or communications?
The Luce Policy Institute welcomes your application for a spring, summer or fall internship at our Northern Virginia headquarters, just outside of Washington, DC. Please note that summer positions are only for students who will be attending a college or university as an undergradute the fall semester following their summer internship with Luce.
"My CBLPI internship taught me the value of networking and maximizing my time in the DC area. I am now working full time in the Conservative Movement thanks to the connections I made through CBLPI." — Vanessa Oblinger, 2012 Intern
As an intern, students learn more about important public policy issues, help coordinate events on Capitol Hill and around Washington, D.C. with top conservative women leaders like Ann Coulter, Bay Buchanan, Michelle Malkin, and KT McFarland, and research and write about the issues affecting their campus.
"My CBLPI internship gave me the tools and confidence going forward when dealing with radical feminism and the left." — Taylor McLamb, 2012 Intern
Interns may also have the opportunity to be aired live on C-SPAN, get opinion articles published, and participate in DC-area conservative student events as time allows.
"CBLPI's patient, kind example and mentorship taught me about conservatism, professionalism, and womanhood." — Emily Reilly, 2012 Intern
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Applications may be submitted via email, regular mail, or fax to 703-318-8867. To apply for an internship at the Luce Policy Institute, submit a completed application package including:
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, however deadlines for summer and academic year submissions are:
Summer Internship Deadline:
March 15 (June-August)
Academic Year Internship Deadlines:
Fall – July 15 (September – December)
Spring – November 15 (January – May)
Internships are on a full-time basis (40 hours per week). While we do not offer housing as part of the internship program, we can suggest local housing options. You will need to arrange your own accommodations. Internships are open to full-time undergraduate students attending school in the United States only. Rising sophomores and juniors are preferred, although all full-time undergraduate students are encouraged to apply.
If you would like more information or have any questions, please contact Catherine Rodriguez via email or by calling us toll-free at 888.891.4288.