One of the goals of the Publius Foundation is to provide area students with access to resources that will help them improve their knowledge of liberty and give them an outlet to put that knowledge to work. For this reason, we’ve compiled lists of internships, links, essay contests and conferences all of which are geared toward students with an appreciation for individual liberty and small government. The lists are updated regularly so we suggest that you bookmark this page and check back frequently.
The “Liberty Links” section of our site is a collection of links to other institutions working to advance individual liberty and shrink government.
Getting an internship is a great way for any student to learn about liberty while also learning valuable career skills in a professional setting.
Entering essay contests on liberty offer students the chance to apply their ideological knowledge and win cash prizes. Even if you don’t win, writing an essay for such a contest is sure to teach you something new about the politics of liberty.
Attending a national or regional conference is a great way to learn more about how to advance liberty on your campus. You’ll learn about new tactics, new ideas and be able to network with other students and professionals working to advance liberty. Below is a list of conferences with information on any scholarships that might be available for attendees.
A number of organizations in the pro-liberty movement offer scholarships and fellowships to undergraduate and graduate students committed to liberty.