With Project Arizona, you are guaranteed an internship in leading state policy group, attorney office, media outlet or museum. Our concern is to match your candidacy well with your internship provider. Thus you can be assured that your internship will benefit your career and strengthen your position on the market. Your internship will be 3–5 days a week, from morning until early afternoon — you will finish early enough to make it for classes at the Arizona State University.
Internship providers listed below represent broad spectrum of businesses but all of them provide quality and meaningful training. Internships are usually part-time and last three months (January 2020 – March 2020).
Project Arizona 2020 Internship Providers
Cartier Law (link) — We are more than just lawyers. We are advocates who recognize the need of quality legal representation. Our clients are as diverse as the areas we practice. From the indigent to multi billion dollar corporations — our clients can count on us to deliver excellence. Our commitment to justice empowers us to fight for justice one client at a time, and with each case we strive to make change in our communities. We push to create real, positive change in each and every case.
The Kolodin Law Group PLLC is a small law firm serving both commercial and political clients. It specializes in the fields of real estate and election law. Notable cases and representations have included several election integrity cases and well as representing Jeb Bush. The Kolodin Law Group's offices are located in midtown Phoenix. In Kolodin Law Group you are expected to work in a highly dynamic and driven business environment. Areas of practice include: commercial law, corporate law, litigation, personal injury and some others to lesser extent. You can also look forward to a lot of “field work” where you venture out of the office to go to client meetings, client acquisitions during various business events, witness hearings and anything related to a highly dynamic law firms’ operations. Overall you will truly experience how a successful on the rise American law firm operates, and you will see that from all the different angels — from office work, to institutions, to legwork.
Clint Bolick — Associate Justice at Supreme Court of Arizona previously served as Vice President of Litigation at the Goldwater Institute, where he sued government bureaucrats on behalf of citizens rights. He co-founded the Institute for Justice, where he was the Vice President and Director of Litigation from 1991 until 2004. He led two cases that went before the Supreme Court of the United States. He has also defended state-based school choice programs in the Supreme Courts of Wisconsin and Ohio.
Arizona Jewish Historical Society (link) was founded in order to preserve the rich heritage of Arizona’s Jewish communities and to educate the public about the Jewish contributions to Arizona and American life. In addition, the society seeks to promote greater awareness of our state’s diverse history through a variety of educational programs.
Attorneys for Freedom (link) represents clients in the areas of criminal law, general civil litigation, personal injury and wrongful death law and civil rights law. We regularly represent clients in felony criminal law matters such as DUI, drugs, murder, rape, sex crimes, aggravated assault and gun-related charges. When you will work for Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm you will be taking care of social media, organizing events, dates analyzing. You will work with a small, well-knit marketing department. Despite it being a law firm, you don't need to be lawyer to work there.
Arizona Talks (link) is a hub of small business owners, artists, activists, and students. AT creates talks and academic events in Arizona to influence social change and education. Arizona Talks aims to foster and promote culture — the most important and efficient method to advocate for a change towards a classical liberal society. Duties and responsibilities: creating marketing materials, participation in meetings with partners, preparation of the venue for the event, tracking event statistics, bringing new ideas about possible events in the future. Requirements: creativity, flexibility, time management and planning skills; knowledge of such programs as Canva and InDesign can be an advantage.
Sperry Commercial Global Affiliates — Phoenix Branch (link) is a small office of multinational company specialized in Commercial Real Estate. Sperry CGA continues to grow its global network of Affiliates in order to provide strategic sales, leasing and management services to clients locally, nationally, and internationally. They call it, “Local Reach on a Global Scale”. The responsibilities of intern will include 1. Market Research, 2. Electronic Building of Websites, 3. Research on assignments for clients.
Center for the Study of Economic Liberty at ASU(link) is a part of ASU W.P. Carey School of Business. The Center is dedicated to serving students and the public through research, education, and community outreach on the most pressing economic national and international economic policy issues. Committed to the study of the role economic liberty and the free enterprise system play in increasing opportunity and improving well-being, the Center for the Study of Economic Liberty seeks to advance understanding through independent thinking, scholarly debate, factual argument, and clear, honest communication of research and policy findings.
Americans for Prosperity — Arizona Chapter(link) uses broad-based grassroots outreach to drive long-term solutions to the country’s biggest problems. AFP activists engage friends and neighbors on key issues and encourage them to take an active role in building a culture of mutual benefit, where people succeed by helping one another. They recruit and unite concerned citizens in 35 states to advance policies that will help people improve their lives, creating opportunity and prosperity through a free society.
Goldwater Institute (link) drives results by working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and strengthen the freedoms guaranteed to all Americans in the constitutions of the United States and all fifty states. In its early years Goldwater Institute focused on defending liberty in Barry Goldwater’s home state of Arizona. Today, the Goldwater Institute is a national leader for constitutionally limited government, respected by the left and right for its adherence to principles and real world impact. No less a liberal icon than the New York Times calls the Goldwater Institute a "watchdog for conservative ideals" that plays an "outsized role" in American political life.