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Intern with Campaign for Liberty in Virginia

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Campaign for Liberty is looking for liberty-minded high school or college students to be interns for the summer semester, May 22 through Aug. 19, at its national headquarters in Springfield, Va.

This will be a paid internship, with responsibilities to include answering phones, handling correspondence, data entry, research projects, occasional blogging, aiding in the organization of petition drives to Congress, and assisting staff members with other tasks as necessary.

Interested participants should submit a resume and a writing sample, as well as any questions they may have, to by Friday, March 29.

In the past, motivated interns went on to pursue job opportunities on Capitol Hill, at influential non-profits, and in other political endeavors after their time at Campaign for Liberty.

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