Intern with the Illinois Opportunity Project

This year presents an incredible opportunity for Illinoisans to change the direction of state government. It is important that our organizers begin their involvement in the community as early as possible. 

We are in search of a team of motivated liberty-minded individuals to conduct outreach, coordinate volunteers, and create content. If you are interested in a career in free market advocacy, this is your first step. Opportunities for paid positions may be available in late summer for those who distinguish themselves.

The Illinois Opportunity Project believes that empowering and organizing people around our shared values is the most impactful way to change our state and strengthen our communities. We use the neighborhood team model and relational organizing to empower individuals to change their neighborhoods and advance free-market principles.

The Internship Program will provide students and recent graduates with a hands-on learning experience. In addition, those who complete the required hours will receive a letter of recommendation from the President. You may also earn school credit*.

*If you are receiving internship credit from your school for participating in the internship program, please attach your school’s requirements and other pertinent information.

Program Requirements:
10 to 15 hours per week.

Recruiting and scheduling volunteers, contacting citizens, coordinating with partner organizations, writing and analyzing reports, general office management, and data analysis.

Leadership Opportunities:
There will be opportunities for those interns who would like to have more responsibility to move into leadership roles. Leaders will be selected based on desire and ability.

Internship Application

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