The ideal candidate would be a recent college graduate who shows interest, proficiency, and experience in writing on areas of domestic policy, including but not limited to tax and fiscal policy, health care, limited government, education reform, affirmative action, and the state of the conservative movement.
The Thomas L. Rhodes fellow will work from NR/NRI’s headquarters in New York City, where he would be overseen and directed by NR’s editors for the purposes of training in writing (editorial, reporting, and commentary), as well as in promotion, publicity, podcasting, and social-media skills. The fellowship has a term of one year, renewable on an annual basis for up to two additional years. The application deadline is August 15, 2017. For more information, visit nrinstitute.org.