For any of the following internships at the Acton Institute, click here to apply online and send your cover letter, resume and writing sample to email@example.com. Your cover letter should detail your interest in working at the Acton Institute. Your writing sample should be no more than 250-300 words and should reflect your perspective of Acton’s mission. Applicants should be graduate students currently enrolled in graduate school, recent graduates of a 4-year college or university or currently enrolled in a 4-year college or university and have already completed a minimum of two years of undergraduate education.
Now accepting applications for Spring and Summer 2014
For over twenty years, the Acton Institute, a leading educational organization, has been integrating the ideas of religion and liberty. Our focus is on the role of religion in laying the moral foundation for a just society and on the role of freedom in securing the conditions under which religious conscience can be exercised.
Our mission is to promote a free and virtuous society characterized by individual liberty and sustained by religious principles. Our strategy is to educate religious and business leadership around the world. We accomplish our mission through research, publications, conferences, lectures, and seminars.
Our Internship Program
Acton Institute internship programs are designed to provide valuable education and experience related to your area of interest. We are looking for self-motivated individuals who are serious about their education and who are interested in developing an increasingly broader based work experience.
Acton Institute offers on going internships throughout the year. Internships for course credit are encouraged. Acton Institute partners with colleges and universities in work for experience, work study or course credit internship programs in Communications, General Support, Research, Programs, Audio/ Visual and Media Technology and Website Maintenance and Assistance. If this type of internship opportunity is of interest to you, please check with the career development/internship office of your school to see if they have a program in place and could partner with us in this capacity. For more information on course credit internships, please feel free to call the Acton Institute and ask to speak to somone in Human Resources.
Acton Institute also partners witht the institute for Humane Studies Koch Summer Fellowship Program. If you are interested in applying for the Koch Summer Fellowship and working at Acton, please visit the Koch website. Applications must be received by January 31, 2014.