Development Internship

We are not currently hiring for this role. Email Sarah Taylor if you are interested in being considered for this internship in the future. Internships run September -December, January-April, and June-August.

Responsibilities Include

  • Donor research
  • Assisting with donor mailings
  • Updating donor information
  • Making event invitation phone calls
  • Data entry
  • Other clerical duties

The Ideal Candidate

Qualified candidates must be comfortable learning a new customer management database, be familiar with Microsoft Office, and have superior research and organizational skills.  An excellent attention to detail is a must.  A strong commitment to individual freedom, and interest in economics and public policy is a plus. 

Prior experience is not required. We accept interns of all ages and experience levels, and international applicants with a visa status that allows employment in the U.S.


3434 Washington Blvd, 4th Floor
Arlington, VA 22201

About IHS

Founded in 1961, the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) is a non-profit educational organization that works with college students and professors around the country to advance the principles of individual and economic freedom. IHS offers education, scholarships, mentoring, and other programs that help college students and professors contribute to a future of greater freedom, opportunity and well being for all.

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