On the eve of Thanksgiving—due to the exceptional reputation of the Hinckley Institute—I am grateful for a veritable cornucopia of new opportunities for our students and alumni. Following the last election, I have been asked to help fill positions in executive and legislative branches as well as within the private sector in both DC and Utah.
If you are an undergraduate or graduate student interested in interning in one of these new offices during the Spring 2015 Semester in Washington, DC, email your resume to our National Program Manager Gina Shipley by December 2. All Hinckley DC internships are University of Utah accredited and paid. Our central DC housing is also subsidized for students.
If you are one of our Hinckley alumni interested in newly available entry andupper level hiring opportunities, email your resume directly to me as soon as possible.
Kirk L. Jowers
Hinckley Institute Director
HINCKLEY INSTITUTE IN THE NEWS
The Hinckley Institute is a central source of discussion and commentary surrounding many local, national, and global issues.
To read Hinckley Institute Director Kirk Jowers' opinion editorial in the Salt Lake Tribune, "Insiders working to kill 'Count My Vote' Reforms, click here.
To read Hinckley Resident Scholar former Senator Robert Bennett's opinion editorial in the Deseret News, "Controversial Keystone, immigration events are more about symbolism than substance,"click here.
To peruse Hinckley Resident Scholar Ambassador John Price's opinion editorial in the International Policy Digest, "Africa’s Future in the Global Economy," click here.
To access additional media coverage of Hinckley forums, interns, and events, click here.
ANNOUNCING: MATCHING SCHOLARSHIP CAMPAIGN
The Hinckley Institute is pleased to announce that until December 31, 2014, the University of Utah is offering a challenge grant for scholarships. Up until the December 31 deadline, unless otherwise specified, new or increased funds donated to the Hinckley Institute will be matched dollar for dollar with a minimum of $250 up to a maximum of $5000 per donor.
We greatly appreciate your contributions to the Hinckley Institute. Donated funds will be designated to our general scholarship fund, which has supported hundreds of interns. To donate to the HInckley Institute, click below.