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.
For Young Professionals
Young Voices’ premier project is our Advocate program, providing pro-bono op-ed editing and placement to talented young writers knowledgeable in the classical liberal tradition. If you are an aspiring writer interested in building your brand and expertise in writing and commentary, you can apply to become an Advocate. Your acceptance into the program will open doors to a network of media outlets, fellow writers, and alumni around the world. >Apply Now
For Current Students
In the fall of 2016, Young Voices launched a new program expanding our op-ed editing services to current college students in the United States. Dubbed the Campus Pundit Program, Young Voices rewards students with $100 for successfully placing articles in their campus newspaper defending free speech. We use this program as a way to identify new talent to promote the ideas of liberty in an academic environment that is too often hostile to them. >Learn More
For Teachers and Program Facilitators
Young Voices’ staff has delivered writing presentations to dozens of youth audiences, including NASA’s Diva Design School, George Mason University’s Washington Journalism & Media Conference, the Charles Koch Institute’s Koch Associate Program, America’s Future Foundation’s Writing Fellowship Program, and at the International Students For Liberty Conference. Please contact us if you are looking to train your students, interns, or conference attendees on the nuts and bolts of writing. >Contact Us