Nation’s Top Media Watchdog is
Expanding and Looking for a Few Good Conservatives
Media Research Center
keeps growing and so do the opportunities.
Located in Alexandria, Virginia, the MRC works
to bring political balance to the media, and to
restore responsibility to the entertainment
industry. The MRC also operates the popular news
Application directions are found below.
Business & Media Institute
Media Research Center
The Media Research Center is currently seeking applicants for several fundraiser positions. Openings exist for both experienced and entry level fundraisers.
Major Gift Fundraiser
The MRC is currently in the final planning stages for a major Capital Campaign and has openings for experienced major gift fundraisers. Applicants should have a minimum of 3 years of fundraising experience with not-for-profit organizations or with political campaigns. Equivalent professional sales experience in other industries will be considered. One on one personal solicitation experience with individuals, foundations or corporations is mandatory. This is not an event planning position.
Professional presentation and the ability to effectively communicate both in person and writing are required. Candidates must be well versed in conservative issues and current political events as well as with the media.
Competitive compensation is available and is based on experience and accomplishments. The MRC also offers a full range of employee benefits.
Submit your resume with a cover letter and writing samples to David
Martin, Executive Director via fax to 703-683-9736 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Information can also be mailed to 325 S. Patrick Street, Alexandria, VA. 22314
and most respected media watchdog is seeking a
Marketing/Graphic Design Intern interested in
all aspects of campaign management for the fall
semester. The internship is a full-time position
from the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. with
flexible schedule options and a compensation of
$8.50 per hour.
*Proficiency in MS Office, Adobe, and Quark is
desired and Web experience is a plus.*
For additional information and internship
inquiries, please e-mail us and visit our
Interns work closely with MRC analysts to monitor news programs for liberal media bias. They input details into the News Tracking System and also review assigned print publications. The interns participate in the News Division’s weekly meetings and discuss current news and trends being documented. MRC Interns work in a professional environment to uncover the media’s political agenda. Usually available year-round. For additional information and internship inquiries, please
e-mail us and visit our internship section.