As a nonprofit public relations shop, Young Voices provides a range of services for students and young professionals. From formal trainings to one-on-one mentorship, we can help you or your pupils learn the nuts and bolts of advocacy in the internet age.
Young Voices’ premier project is our contributors program, providing pro bono op-ed editing and media placement services to talented young writers knowledgeable in the classical liberal tradition. After a rigorous application process, accepted contributors gain access to Young Voices’ copyediting and public relations capabilities. Our staff works as each contributor’s personal communications team, editing and pitching his or her work for publication and TV/radio opportunities.
Meet Our Staff
Who We’ve Helped
Since our start in 2013, Young Voices has seen over 200 young writers go through our program. Our list of alumni includes current editors, managers, and scholars at organizations like Brown University, the Foundation for Government Accountability, The Washington Examiner, Fox 5 DC, and the Reason Foundation. Below are a few quotes from Young Voices’ alumni describing the impact we’ve had on their career.
I was hired as an assistant editor at The National interest on the strength of my experiences. especially my articles and TV appearances through Young Voices. If it weren’t for doors Young Voices opened, I wouldn’t be where I am today.
John Dale Grover
Assistant Editor, The National Interest
In two years I went from being an obscure voice writing on a personal blog to a recognized voice regularly publishing on some of the most respectful outlets in my field. This was made possible by Young Voices. From the editorial guidance to the pitching and networking, being in Young Voices has been one of the most enriching experiences of my professional career.
City Planner, New York City
Chief of Staff, Rep. Greg Rothman’s Office, PA House
Education Policy Analyst, Reason Foundation
Senior Research Fellow, Foundation for Government Acountability
Contributors Editor, The Washington Examiner