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Taliesin Nexus - Liberty-Oriented Non-Profit Offers Free Workshop and Paid Internships in Hollywood

Accepting Applications Now

Hollywood, CA—Educational non-profit Taliesin Nexus is now offering two spectacular (and free) career opportunities to liberty-loving filmmakers. Score a free weekend—along with free travel, room and board—at UCLA learning the craft with seasoned professionals. Or land a three-month paid internship at a leading Hollywood production company.

“The Filmmakers Workshop is our flagship event, a three-day conference on the UCLA campus that connects talented young liberty-loving filmmakers with Hollywood industry veterans,” said Patrick Reasonover, co-founder of Taliesin Nexus. “Not only is the workshop free, but we also provide travel expenses and free room and board. If you are passionate about liberty and film, you must apply for this workshop.”

If you prefer a longer sojourn in L.A., apply for the Hollywood Internship Program. “A handful of lucky qualified applicants will be placed in paid three-month internships at leading production companies, working for movers and shakers in the industry,” said Andrew Leigh, co-founder of Taliesin Nexus. “It’s a great opportunity for young filmmakers to network with and learn from Hollywood professionals.”

The 2014 workshop will take place August 15-17, while the internships are spread throughout the year, beginning in the summer. The early-bird application deadline is May 1st, so apply soon.

For more information about application deadlines and requirements, interested participants can visit the Taliesin Nexus website.

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Taliesin Nexus is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization that encourages potent storytelling exploring themes of liberty by serving as a nexus between up-and-coming filmmakers and experienced industry professionals who share a passion for a free society.


NH Citizens Alliance Now Accepting Summer Associate Internship Applicants

New Hampshire Citizens Alliance is looking for a few motivated, bright progressives to participate in its summer associate program, a volunteer internship opportunity at its downtown Concord office. NHCA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with a thirty-five-year history of working towards social, economic, and political justice in the Granite State. Be sure to apply today at!

The program is open to college students, recent graduates, and anyone looking to learn more about a career in progressive advocacy and education at a non-profit. It provides in-depth and hands-on training in the areas of policymaking, non-profit management, research, communications, and community organizing. It is also a great chance to network with members of the progressive community in New Hampshire.

This is not your average summer internship – past summer associates have taken on a variety of projects, including:

  • Planning, recruiting, and presenting at educational events on various topics
  • Helping to plan and implement large fundraising events
  • Developing an informational website about the impact of the new federal health care law on women, senior citizens, and small businesses
  • Meeting with Congressional leaders’ staff about important issues affecting Granite Staters
  • Participating in rallies on various issues
  • Asking tough questions of candidates and elected officials at public events
  • Researching candidate positions on issues
  • Helping with communications including drafting media releases, maintaining organization website, and updating social media
  • Maintaining day-to-day office operations
  • And much more!

The 2013 program runs from June to early August and associates give 10 hours per week. Most work is done out of NHCA's Concord office, but associates may also have the opportunity to travel to events around the state. The program is unpaid, but associates receive a small stipend for travel and parking.

To apply and learn more about NHCA and the summer associate program, please visit Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled.

Apr262012 - Help NH Students Grow Roots 

Manchester, NH— The nonprofit tasked with retaining New Hampshire’s best and brightest young talent, Stay Work Play, announces the launch of a new statewide internship website: Internships are a great way for students to gain real-world experience and networking opportunities in their local community, helping them build those relationships that further encourage them to stay in the state after graduation. is a free resource that provides information about current statewide internships for local students and working professionals. The website is designed to increase awareness and help students identify educational intern opportunities around New Hampshire and to help employers effectively market their internship opportunities.

“Internships are a valuable way to gain experience while building your network and increasing your skills to make you more marketable after graduation,” said Executive Director Kate Luczko. “Stay Work Play is proud to be a supporting partner of to make internships accessible to all New Hampshire residents.”

More information about NH Internships can be found on the website:

About Stay Work Play: Stay Work Play is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is “To work collaboratively across New Hampshire to support ongoing economic, workforce, and community development by promoting the state as a favorable place for young workers and recent college graduates to stay, work and play, when considering employment and lifestyle opportunities.” Additional information on the organization can be found on the website, or by contacting Executive Director, Kate Luczko,, (603) 860-2245.


US Rep Bass Announces Interns in District Office; All four interns previously served in armed forces

NASHUA, NH – Congressman Charles F. Bass (NH-02) announced that several veterans have been interning in his Nashua Office this spring and assisting Congressional staff with research, constituent services, and other outreach.  All four interns also assist Bass with his military and veterans advisory boards, which meet on a regular basis to offer advice and suggestions on legislation and other matters affecting New Hampshire’s veterans community.


From left to right:

Nicole Costigan of Concord, a 15-year combat veteran of the U.S. Army and currently serving in the New Hampshire Air Force National Guard; Colin Beswick of Manchester, a three-year member of the New Hampshire Army National Guard who recently returned from combat duty in Iraq and is finishing an associate program at New Hampshire Technical Institute before starting his bachelor’s degree at the University of New Hampshire; Congressman Charles Bass; Scott Whitaker of Ashland, a member of the New Hampshire Army National Guard who recently returned from his second deployment and is now a first-year law student at the University of New Hampshire School of Law; and Congressional Fellow Bob Broneske of Londonderry, retired U.S. Air Force and currently Vice-Chair of the New Hampshire State Veterans Advisory Committee and Regional Director of the Combat Motorcycle Veterans Association.


Intern with the Sam Adams Alliance this spring/summer! 

The Sam Adams Alliance is looking for students and recent grads with a passion for advancing free-market principles and policies.   

We currently have full-time and part-time internships available for the spring and summer semesters in the following areas (click on each for more information):

Interns work from our office in downtown Chicago. To cover travel costs and other incidental expenses, a stipend is provided -- $40/day for full-time interns and $25/day for part-time. 


The spring program begins February 2010 and ends in May. The deadline to apply is Friday, January 22. To apply, 
download an application (PDF) and send it along with your resume and two writing samples to or fax it to 312.920.0090.


The summer program begins June 2010 and ends in September. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 30. To apply, 
download an application (PDF) and send it along with your resume and two writing samples or fax it to 312.920.0090.

Summer applicants are highly encouraged to apply through the 
Charles G. Koch Summer Fellow Program, administered by the Institute for Humane Studies and the State Policy Network. In addition to an eight-week summer internship, the program provides a $1,500 stipend, housing allowance, travel reimbursement, and two week-long seminars in Washington, DC with other fellows interning at think tanks across the U.S. Applicants should apply separately to this program on the IHS websiteThe deadline to apply is Sunday, January 31, 2009.