Careers at LI

Leadership Institute Internship Program

Jump-start your career in politics! Join the Leadership Institute staff team as a spring, summer or fall intern. This intensive program allows you to gain professional experience in a real working environment, further your knowledge of the conservative movement, and sharpen your skills for future success. Leadership Institute interns receive free housing, a $825 monthly stipend, priority access to the Institute’s Employment Placement Service, free tuition to all Leadership Institute schools and workshops, weekly private lunches and dinners with conservative VIP’s, and the opportunity to build public policy references. For more information please visit us on the web at: http://www.leadershipinstitute.org/aboutus/intern.cfm

Job Posted 11/08/19 Read More

Regional Field Coordinator

The Leadership Institute is seeking a Regional Field Coordinator (RFC) to work in our Campus Leadership Program. Regional Field Coordinators are responsible for organizing our NV, AZ, CO, NM and UT region of our nationwide network of more than 2,030 conservative student groups. This also involves extensive travel on a monthly basis within your region to organize student activists and conduct institute training programs.

Day-to-day tasks of an RFC will have you constantly thinking on your feet and using creativity to tackle problems. This job will require you to travel and interact with various conservative organizations to build a coalition on campus.

The duties of an RFC include:

  •     Recruiting and organizing students.
  •     Providing student groups with advice to help them grow and    sustain their organizations.
  •     Assisting students with exposing liberal bias on campus.
  •     Working with student activists to engage in activism projects on their campus.
  •     Coaching students on handling the media and message development.
  •     Offering advice for dealing with administrators.


An RFC should possess a strong commitment to conservative values and an understanding of the dynamics of college/youth activism on campus. A working knowledge of student government, on-campus organizations, student newspapers, and field team management is crucial. A passion for conservative activism is required.

Applicants should apply via the one-click apply option at the top of this page. Contact Kristin Dobson, National Field Director, with any additional questions about this position. Kristin Dobson can be reached at 703-647-3385 or kdobson@campusreform.org

 

Job Posted 10/22/19 Read More

Youth Leadership School Coordinator

The Youth Leadership School Coordinator plans, executes, and recruits for Leadership Institute’s flagship training, The Youth Leadership School (YLS).

As the YLS Coordinator, you will solely manage and execute all logistics for assigned trainings, as well as present lectures about political technology.

You must have proven ability to effectively recruit students and speak publicly. Additionally, the YLS Coordinator must also proactively foster long lasting relationships with partner organizations in an effort to coordinate future trainings.

Why work at LI?

  • Work within a fun, ambitious organization
  • Have the unique opportunity to mentor conservatives at a grassroots level
  • Travel the country to further the conservative movement
  • Speak publicly and build your personal profile

To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to Alexandra Knowles at aknowles@leadershipinstitute.org.

You must have completed the Public Policy Questionaire on your account to be considered. 

Job Posted 10/17/19 Read More

Reporter

Campus Reform, a project of the Leadership Institute, is looking for a Reporter to write an average of 3-4 stories per day for CampusReform.org covering liberal bias and abuse on America's college campuses. 

The ideal candidate would be well-versed in identifying stories, interviewing sources, obtaining exclusive content, and able to identify ways to advance stories from competing outlets. 

He or she should have a firm grasp of the 24/7 news cycle, be accustomed to consistently meeting deadlines in a fast-paced, detail-oriented newsroom environment, and have a working knowledge of AP Style. 

The ability to edit video is a plus.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Posted 11/02/19 Read More

Correspondent Editor

Campus Reform, a project of the Leadership Institute, is looking for a Correspondent Editor to help train and assist our dozens of campus correspondents across the country as they cover liberal bias and abuse on America's college campuses. 

The ideal candidate would be able to see a story through from pitch to publication, working closely with the managing editor to identify which sources to interview and the relevant documents needed to verify the accuracy of a story.  

He or she should have a firm grasp of the 24/7 news cycle, be accustomed to consistently meeting deadlines in a fast-paced, detail-oriented newsroom environment, and have a working knowledge of AP Style. 

The ability to edit video is a plus.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Posted 11/02/19 Read More