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The Koch Foundation is looking for associates and interns

Individuals with at least a bachelor's degree and an interest in a career with free-market think tanks, policy institutes, or other non-profit organizations, take note: applications for the 2009-10 Koch Associate Program are still being accepted. Details of the program are here. (Deadline for applying: March 16.)

The Koch Associate Program was established to identify up-and-coming leaders and entrepreneurs interested in liberty and help them develop the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary for careers with market-oriented think tanks, policy institutes, and other non-profit organizations.

The program offers promising leaders and entrepreneurs the opportunity to work on significant assignments within non-profit organizations while learning and applying Market-Based Management®. During the year-long program, Associates are based in Washington, D.C., and spend four days each week at non-profit organizations working in full-time positions and one day each week at the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation immersed in a Market-Based Management curriculum.

Thanks to Steve Sweet for the pointer.

The Foundation is also accepting applications for paid summer internships. (Deadline for applying: also March 16.)

Thanks to Laura Hands for the pointer.

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