We inaugurated Project Arizona in early January 2018 in Phoenix, AZ.
Each intern is placed at a different organization, and gains valuable work experience and acquaintance with American work ethics
Weekly afternoon classes at ASU, delivered by Professor Donald Critchlow, director of Center for Political Thought and Leadership.
Meeting successful people dedicated to liberty is vitally important for our young leaders to build their own networks and use them to further their own cause.
Giving back to the local community, and learning how to use the skills we learn in real life.
- Weekly afternoon classes at ASU, delivered by Professor Donald Critchlow, director of Center for Political Thought and Leadership
- CATO Institute Policy Perspectives 2018 Conference (January 18th , 2018)
- Objectivist Seminar organized by Ayn Rand Institute in Irvine, CA (January 29th, 2018)
- Arizona Freedom Summit (February 2-3, 2018)
- Global Aerospace Conference organized by Americas Aerospace Cluster (February 25th, 2018)
- Grassroots Leadership Academy organized by Americans for Prosperity twice in March, 2018
- Hillsdale College Forum on Freedom and Western Civilization in Prescott (March 5-6th, 2018)
- Seminar on American History and Free Market Economics organized organized explicitly for Project Arizona students by ASU Center for Political Thought and Leadership and Language of Liberty Institute (March 14-16th, 2018)
- Western Conservative Conference organized by Western Journalist Journalism Center (March 23-24th, 2018)
People we networked with
- Political figures: Warren Petersen (Arizona’s State Senator), Nicholas Sarwark (National Chairman of the Libertarian Party)
- Leaders of non-government organizations: Ronald Ludders (and his Arizona Project), Christina Sanderfur (VP at Goldwater Institute), Le Templar (VP at Goldwater Institute), Lawrence Reed (President, Foundation for Economic Education)
- Freedom activists: dr Tom Patterson, Thomas Bingel, Marc Victor, Roy Miller, dr Barry Asmus, dr David Friedman, Jeffrey Tucker
- Businessmen: Henry Ritter, Wojtek Al Grabowski, Cynthia Diehl
”Project Arizona is the biggest adventure of my whole life. Wonderful people, beautiful places, a big collection of memories and new opportunities. Thanks to PA I I am much more open minded. Recently I received a scholarship to attend conference FEECon in Atlanta. It was tremendous! The lectures and panels were so interesting that i did not know what to choose. I am also going to attend Liberty International World Summit in Krakow in August. My life is all about liberty now!"Karolina KowackaPoland