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Reason has three open positions through our Young Journalist Fellowship Program. Fellowships are full-time, year-long, salaried positions with benefits. They are appropriate for working professionals, and are offered in both our Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. offices, as well as through potential telecommuting arrangements.

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  • Rich||

    Youth Outreach and Coalition Relations Fellowship – Use your extensive network of fellow freedom-lovers to promote Reason’s work.

    Sheesh, aren't we doing that by commenting here?

    Seriously, should be great opportunities.

  • Almanian!||

    Work at Reason!

    Make me!

  • waffles||

    Pffftt.... I go on to avoid work.

  • Tim||

    Have to be able to forge legible headlines out of material such as:
    "Army chief sexual assault investigator under investigation for sexually assaulting another sexual assault investigator at conference on sexual assaults."

  • SIV||


  • Almanian!||

    don't talk about LUCY!

  • Medical Physics Guy||

    What, no unpaid internships? I thought this was a libertarian publication.

  • ||

    Well...I would have to say that my greatest weakness is that I sometimes work too hard.

    What do you mean, "My brother cannot be a reference"??

  • New Cassandra||

    If you don't like your job you don't strike, you just go in every day and do it really half assed, that's the american way- Homer Simpson


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