Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Job Opportunities

1. The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) seeks a self-starting, entrepreneurial Online Education Director to drive a major new initiative to teach students about classical liberal ideas on the web. IHS envisions creating the first open platform for online educational delivery of classical liberal ideas. On the model of TED.com, the platform would first host video and other content from IHS seminars and faculty in the IHS network.  Once we have a robust platform, it would be opened to others to add and manage their own educational content. For more information, please visit our website at www.theIHS.org/Jobs.

2. There is an exciting Fellowship opportunity open to Federalist Society members here at C-FAM.   Edmund Burke Fellows receive a front-row seat in the fight to promote a culture of life at the United Nations.  Responsibilities include lobbying delegates, performing research, and observing and reporting on UN meetings.

Our Edmund Burke Fellowship Program seeks law students and recent graduates who possess a demonstrated background in public policy and/or international law.  Applicants may apply for two separate Fellowships.  The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) Fellowship is open to students whose Spring Break falls between February 22nd and March 4th of 2011.  Thirty Fellows (split between the two-week Commission) will be selected for the CSW Fellowship.   Our second Fellowship--the UN Conference on Youth Fellowship—is a week-long Summer program.  Because the UN has not yet finalized the dates of the Youth Conference, the dates for our Summer Fellowship are not yet available, but C-FAM welcomes applications for the Summer program at this time as well.

Students and graduates selected for this highly-competitive program will each be awarded scholarships of $500.00 per person to help cover hotel and travel expenses.  Thank you in advance for spreading the word among Federalist Society members, and we welcome further questions and inquiries.  The deadline for applications for the CSW Fellowship is November 1, 2010. http://www.c-fam.org/programs/id.200/default.asp

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