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The Law Clerk will be an integral part of the AFP Legal team, providing key support for the General Counsel and other members of the Legal department. The Law Clerk will assist with projects on varied areas of law, including contract, corporate, campaign finance & election, labor & employment, tax, real estate, and intellectual property. Some research and writing will be required. The ideal candidate should be passionate about economic freedom and helping people make their own lives better on their own terms. Law Clerks are part of the AFP internship program, although participation in most intern programming is considered optional.

ID
2017-2241
Type
Intern (Part Time)
HEADQUARTERS
Sub-Location
Arlington, VA

The Foundation Intern will be an integral part of the Bridge to Well Being team to analyze and chart opportunities to growth the quantity and quality of activists. By providing research, analysis, and testing various projects in the field, the Foundation Intern will assist this new team to grow and develop the next generation of activists. The intern will assist in multiple capacities within the department including: research, administrative, logistics, events, and curriculum development. The candidate should have a commitment to the principles of the organization – specifically, a firm commitment to educating people how freedom can empower people to improve the lives of themselves and people within their communities.

ID
2017-2240
Type
Intern (Full Time)
HEADQUARTERS
Sub-Location
Arlington, VA

The Policy intern will be an integral part of the AFP's Policy team, providing key support for both the Director of Policy and the Deputy Director of Policy. The intern will assist in numerous research projects on all aspects of AFPF/AFP’s issues, including writing blogs for the website or tracking state legislation. A significant amount of writing is required, so demonstrated success in writing is required.  The ideal candidate should be passionate about economic freedom and committed to advancing every individual’s right to opportunity and prosperity through free markets.

ID
2017-2239
Type
Intern (Full Time)
HEADQUARTERS
Sub-Location
Arlington, VA

While leading different state initiatives, the State Director will act as the visionary and main spokesperson for Americans for Prosperity.  The director will report to the Regional Director, and will work closely with different departments in the national office, volunteers, legislators, press and donors.  This position requires an individual with a broad range of core competencies as he/she is running an individual state chapter within the broader organization. 

ID
2017-2232
Type
Regular Full-Time
KENTUCKY STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
All

While leading different state initiatives, the State Director will act as the visionary and main spokesperson for Americans for Prosperity.  The director will report to the Regional Director, and will work closely with different departments in the national office, volunteers, legislators, press and donors.  This position requires an individual with a broad range of core competencies as he/she is running an individual state chapter within the broader organization. 

ID
2017-2229
Type
Regular Full-Time
TENNESSEE STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
All

The Nebraska State Intern in the Lincoln, NE Office is a part-time employee for the Fall who will assist in volunteer recruitment, recruit for grassroots educational classes, and assist with other grassroots activities. Activities will include, but are not limited to, canvassing designated geographical areas, building relationships with prospective community activists and leaders, and engaging the citizenry regarding the merits of economic freedom and policies that promote individual well-being consistent with the respective missions of Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) and its sister organization, Americans for Prosperity (AFP).

ID
2017-2227
Type
Intern (Part Time)
NEBRASKA STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
Lincoln, NE

The Mississippi State Intern is a part-time employee for the fall who will assist in volunteer recruitment, recruit for grassroots educational classes, and assist with other grassroots activities. Activities will include, but are not limited to, canvassing designated geographical areas, building relationships with prospective community activists and leaders, and engaging the citizenry regarding the merits of economic freedom and policies that promote individual well-being consistent with the respective missions of Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) and its sister organization, Americans for Prosperity (AFP).

ID
2017-2222
Type
Intern (Part Time)
MISSISSIPPI STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
Biloxi, MS

The Mississippi State Intern is a part-time employee for the fall who will assist in volunteer recruitment, recruit for grassroots educational classes, and assist with other grassroots activities. Activities will include, but are not limited to, canvassing designated geographical areas, building relationships with prospective community activists and leaders, and engaging the citizenry regarding the merits of economic freedom and policies that promote individual well-being consistent with the respective missions of Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) and its sister organization, Americans for Prosperity (AFP).

ID
2017-2221
Type
Intern (Part Time)
MISSISSIPPI STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
Jackson, MS

The Wisconsin State Intern is a part-time employee for the fall who will assist in volunteer recruitment, recruit for grassroots educational classes, and assist with other grassroots activities. Activities will include, but are not limited to, canvassing designated geographical areas, building relationships with prospective community activists and leaders, and engaging the citizenry regarding the merits of economic freedom and policies that promote individual well-being consistent with the respective missions of Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) and its sister organization, Americans for Prosperity (AFP).

ID
2017-2193
Type
Intern (Part Time)
WISCONSIN STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
La Crosse, WI

The Seminar Network is seeking a Manager of Member Relations to join their growing development team. This role will be member and donor-facing, and will be responsible for establishing long-term donor relationships by identifying, cultivating, and soliciting support from partners and prospective partners across the state of Florida. The Manager of Member Relations represents The Seminar Network and its expansive list of organizations and capabilities to donors and prospective donors throughout Florida and can be based anywhere within the state.

 

ABOUT US

The Seminar Network builds mission-driven partnerships with individuals, companies, and foundations to drive change in education, communities, business, public policy, and politics that empowers people to improve their lives. We are building a movement of principled business and philanthropic leaders who maximize the value of their contribution of time, talent, and resources to advance a free and open society.

 

We are looking for colleagues committed to advancing our mission with energy, commitment, and passion for what they do.

 

OUR VALUES

Working at The Seminar Network is different from many other organizations. We have a relentless commitment to a culture based on a business philosophy called Market Based Management® (MBM®). Informed by the principles that allow a free and open society to flourish, MBM® prepares individuals to innovate, improve, and transform while fostering a healthy, growing organization that creates long-term value for its clients and supporters and fulfillment for its employees. Ten Guiding Principles that encourage principled thought and action form the MBM® culture: Integrity, Compliance, Value Creation, Principled Entrepreneurship, Customer Focus, Knowledge, Change, Humility, Respect, and Fulfillment.

 

ID
2017-2161
Type
Regular Full-Time
FLORIDA STATE CHAPTER

The Coalitions Director will work with state and organizational leadership to form strategic partnerships with state groups, elected officials, key community leaders and others in furtherance of strategies to promote organizational priorities to advance a free and open society.  This individual will specifically work to expand the objectives of The LIBRE Initiative, a project of AFP which advances the principals and value of a free and open society to empower the US Hispanic community.  In addition, they will recruit activists and provide a platform for volunteers through grassroots activities such as phone banking, door to door canvassing, and neighborhood events based on the organization’s strategic goals.  The ideal candidate will have a background in grassroots advocacy, project management, and people management. 

ID
2017-2145
Type
Regular Full-Time
GEORGIA STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
Buford, GA

The Field Director will work to drive freedom-oriented policy fights in their communities through grassroots activities such as phone banking, door to door canvassing, and neighborhood events.  Through community outreach, the Field Director will recruit, train, and organize local volunteers to become active within their local community. The ideal candidate will have a background in grassroots advocacy. 

 

ID
2017-2141
Type
Regular Full-Time
WISCONSIN STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
All

The Coalitions Director will work with state and organizational leadership to form strategic partnerships with state groups, elected officials, key community leaders and others in furtherance of strategies to promote organizational priorities to advance a free and open society. This individual will specifically work to expand the objectives of The LIBRE Initiative, a project of AFP which advances the principals and value of a free and open society to empower the US Hispanic community.  As needed, this individual may also serve as a spokesperson for LIBRE and AFP, including joining public engagements, lobbying activities and in the media.

ID
2017-2132
Type
Regular Full-Time
NORTH CAROLINA STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
All

The Deputy State Director will take direction from the State Director/Regional Director and implement various initiatives and programs throughout the state. The Deputy Director will oversee the day-to-day operations of the chapter while working to collaborate with the State Director/Regional Director on long and short-term strategies for AFPF. This position requires an individual with a broad range of core competencies as he/she is responsible for supporting the priorities of the individual state chapter within the broader organization.

ID
2017-2071
Type
Regular Full-Time
ILLINOIS STATE CHAPTER

The Field Director will develop, coordinate and execute grassroots activities in their communities to further the mission and vision of AFP, and particularly focus on efforts to advance the objectives of The LIBRE Initiative, a project of AFP which advances the principles and values of a free and open society to empower the U.S. Hispanic community.  Policy priorities will be advanced through grassroots activities such as phone banking, door to door canvassing, and neighborhood events.  Through community outreach, the Field Director I will recruit, train, and organize local volunteers to become active within their local community. The ideal candidate will have a background in grassroots advocacy and Latino outreach. 

ID
2017-2048
Type
Regular Full-Time
MICHIGAN STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
Grand Rapids, MI

The Field Director will work to drive freedom-oriented policy fights in their communities through grassroots activities such as phone banking, door to door canvassing, and neighborhood events.  Through community outreach, the Field Director will recruit, train, and organize local volunteers to become active within their local community. The ideal candidate will have a background in grassroots advocacy. 

ID
2017-2029
Type
Regular Full-Time
NORTH DAKOTA STATE CHAPTER
Sub-Location
Fargo, ND