The Manhattan Institute (MI) is a community of scholars, journalists, activists, and civic leaders who are united by a shared commitment to advancing economic opportunity, individual liberty, and the rule of law in America and its great cities.

We are always looking for entrepreneurial, self-driven, resourceful, and detail-oriented employees to help put MI's work in the hands of key policymakers and others.

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American Conservatism and Governing Fellowship

The American Conservatism and Governing Fellowship brings together cohorts of successful mid-career public-service professionals to study the foundational principles of American conservatism. The fellowship will help leaders deepen their thinking about conservatism in America and its application to the work of governing.

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Development Officer

The Development Officer should be deeply interested in public policy at the national, state, and local levels, and want to help MI raise financial resources. This role is ideal for someone who is keenly analytical and able to maintain and build new relationships for MI that advance the Institute’s mission.

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Associate Director, External Affairs (DC)

The Associate Director, External Affairs (DC), will have a strategic outreach portfolio which focuses heavily on emerging economic policy debates in Congress and across the federal government. This position demands a personable, highly organized individual with excellent communication skills, a go-getter mentality, a deep interest in current events, and relevant subject matter experience.

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Law School Associate Program

Manhattan Institute’s Law School Associate program is a 10-12-week program that offers law school students the opportunity to work directly with its Constitutional Studies and Legal Policy teams.

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Collegiate Associates Program

The Manhattan Institute’s internship program — for years a source of exceptional college talent — will now be known as the Collegiate Associates program.

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