Careers

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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Director, Information Security

Manhattan Institute is looking for Director of Information Security to work with MI’s information technology and risk management teams in formulating, documenting, testing, and enforcing appropriate information security policies across the business. 

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Investigative Reporter

Manhattan Institute is seeking like-minded Investigative reporters to work closely with MI Senior Fellow Christopher Rufo. Reporters will work together with Rufo and the editors at City Journal (CJ) to produce rigorous investigative reporting from multiple angles.

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Digital Editor, City Journal

City Journal seeks an ambitious, savvy digital editor who can help us take full advantage of the opportunities presented by digital technology to maximize our publication’s reach and impact.

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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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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

Manhattan Institute's Collegiate Associate Program puts graduate and undergraduate students in a position to meaningfully advance the Institute's mission through research, journalism, and programming.

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