Searching for a job in government and/or politics is an incredibly stressful process for anyone, especially for recent graduates with little experience. Thankfully, numerous resources are available to those seeking a position in the Conservative Movement. Here are some of the best:

Majority Hunter

Majority Hunter is a free staffing agency that connects Conservative job-seekers with political campaigns, the offices of elected officials, think tanks, and policy organizations.

The Leadership Institute’s Conservative Jobs is home to thousands of job opportunities and other career resources. 

The Heritage Foundation’s Job Bank

Whether you are interested in working in media, for a think tank, or on a campaign, this job bank will likely have the right opportunity for you. After signing up, you will receive two emails a week with the latest opportunities and updates.

Traverse Jobs

Although full access to the website requires paying for a subscription, Transverse Jobs is an incredibly helpful resource to anyone looking for a DC based position.

Talent Market

Talent Market matches liberty-minded individuals with job opportunities in the free-market nonprofit sector.

American Association of Political Consultants

The AAPC’s job listings are not limited to campaign opportunities, but also include nonprofit, think tank, and advocacy jobs.

Campaigns and Elections

Campaigns and Elections also does not limit its listings to campaign opportunities, as it includes a range of positions in government affairs.

US House of Representatives

The US House of Representatives publishes a weekly employment bulletin with information regarding opportunities in individual offices and committees. It also maintains a resume bank.

US Senate

The US Senate lists open positions for individual Senate offices and Senate committees on its website.

Republican National Committee

The RNC offers numerous opportunities, including a general employment pool if the right position for you is not yet available.

In addition to these industry-specific websites, typical job boards like and Google Jobs are beneficial resources. It is also helpful to reach out to your county party when job hunting, as it may be able to connect you with local government officials who need help on either the campaign or government side. 

Best of luck on your job search!

Madison S