About the Internship
The Caesar Rodney Institute seeks ambitious students who would like to sharpen their writing, debating, researching, media and event-organizing skills while learning more about state and local government.
If you have a strong interest in political science, public policy, economics, business, history, journalism or communications, we encourage you to apply for an internship. The ideal intern has above-average writing and/or editing skills and a basic understanding of current events; knowledge of contemporary Delaware history is helpful. A valued quality is an appreciation for - and understanding of - individual liberty, the free market, property rights, and limited government.
Intern responsibilities may include: writing for publication, light public policy research, administrative tasks, editing Institute publications and event planning. Internship hours are flexible; they can be tailored to fit school, athletic and work schedules.
Internships are unpaid positions; however, the Caesar Rodney Institute will, to the best of its ability, work with those students who wish to receive academic credit for their internship. Additionally, CRI offers its assistance in obtaining internships with market-oriented organizations in Washington, DC and around the country. Further, the Institute will provide information about seminars and scholarship opportunities open to students interested in the principles of liberty.
To receive more information about the internship and the Caesar Rodney Institute, please contact Dr. John Stapleford at (302) 731-0174 or johnstapleford@CaesarRodney.org.
If interested, please complete the application (see below) by printing out and faxing to (302) 734-1190 or e-mailing a completed application to johnstapleford@CaesarRodney.org.