The Savas Family Fund Internship Program is an opportunity for interns to engage with philosophical ideas, advance your professional skills and learn more about our classical liberal tradition. Over 10 weeks, interns will work with their supervisor to provide hands on support to the organization. IHS interns will contribute to the mission of making higher education a place where classical liberal ideas are regularly taught, discussed, challenged, and developed, and where free speech, intellectual diversity, and open inquiry flourish. By interning in the program, you will gain both intellectual and professional development.
- Program Start: June 2020 (exact dates tbd)
- Program End: August 2020 (exact dates tbd)
What to Expect
- Bi-weekly reading discussions
- Guest speaker lectures
- Professional Development workshops
- Paid internship
Summer Internship applications are now open.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
More about Dr. E.S. Savas
Privatization has improved the lives of billions of people around the world, improving the quality of services and saving countless billions in government spending. This movement was pioneered by Dr. E.S. Savas. The New York Times has referred to him as the “founder” and the “Captain of Privatization.” He was a finalist for the prestigious World Achievement Award sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers “because of his profound impact leading the privatization movement across the globe.” He stands out because he brings a powerful blend of practical real-world experience and thought leadership based on over 50 years of important work.
“The Institute for Humane Studies Internship offered me a unique experience filled with development and professional growth not found in other organizations. The culture of IHS places confidence in participants by offering challenges, training, and workshops that made me perform as if I was a full time staff member”
– Christopher Grover, Savas Family Fund Internship Program 2017. Currently Program Operations Coordinator at IHS.