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NRI Seeks Applicants for Inaugural Class of Dallas Fellows

After the successful expansion of National Review Institute’s Regional Fellows program to New York City earlier this year, it is growing again.

In September, we will launch the NRI Dallas Fellows using the same model as our New York and Washington programs. We are looking for 20 mid-career professionals in the Dallas area who are interested in learning more about the foundations of conservative thought. An ideal candidate has at least ten years of full-time work experience and does not currently work in politics or policy, but all are welcome to apply.

The goal of NRI’s Regional Fellows program is to introduce succeeding generations to the conservative movement’s most important thinkers, institutions, and writings, and to build networks of talented, like-minded individuals who can assist one another professionally and personally for years to come.

You can find more information about the program and how to apply here. The deadline to apply is Friday, August 15 by 6:00 p.m. ET.​

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