From the Ayn Rand Institute:
ARI 2011 Summer Internship Program
The Ayn Rand Institute is now accepting applications for its 2011 summer internship program. This three-week program (June 6-24) is aimed at beginner students of Ayn Rand and combines seminar courses on Ayn Rand’s ideas and their applications, one-on-one tutorials with professional Rand scholars, and office work in ARI’s Academic Division for a one-of-a-kind educational experience in Southern California.
Said one of last year’s interns, “The ARI summer internship is a thought-provoking, fun, well-executed and valuable program. I went away from the program with a better understanding of a difficult but incredibly enlightening system of philosophy that held as its end a surprisingly hopeful goal—the flourishing of the individual. Regardless of what field you plan on returning to after the internship—medicine, engineering, physics, literature, philosophy, education, business—the internship offers a view into a philosophy that will serve as a guide to your life and your happiness.”
All ARI interns receive a $500 travel stipend and $1200 scholarship grant to assist with travel and living arrangements, and lunch is provided daily. Completed applications must be received by March 31, 2011. Visit www.aynrand.org/internships for more details and to apply.