A nonprofit talent agency and public relations firm for students and young professionals in policy
Young Voices places a diverse roster of classical liberal writers under 35 in top media outlets
Our writers span the continental U.S. and are knowledgeable on a number of topics including technology, foreign policy, and consumer freedom
Are You A Writer Under 35? Join Young Voices!
Our team of professional editors will work with you one-on-one to prepare your piece for publication
Once your piece is ready, our staff will pitch to an outlets we’ve built relationships with from our 6+ years of operations
If your piece really takes off, our staff can book you on TV and radio shows to highlight your work
Mentorship & Training
Young Voices also offers mentorship and training opportunities for our contributors to learn from top think tank scholars
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Notable Hits & Campaigns
As Beltway politicians prepare to bring the hammer down on American tech companies, Young Voices has been pushing back, publishing influential commentaries that have topped newspapers’ website views and caught the attention of top executives and entrepreneurs. Learn more about our policy partnerships
Young Voices has an active program working with organizations and individuals to launch and grow their podcasts. Current participants include the Cardinal Institute, Australian Taxpayers Alliance, Venezuelan freedom activist Jorge Galicia, among others. Learn more about Podcast Accelerator
Contributor Daniel Di Martino published the most-engaged article about Venezuela in 2019 according to the Atlantic Council, with 5.5 million likes and shares. Young Voices then arranged appearances on CNN, Fox News, and dozens of radio shows for Daniel to promote human rights in his beloved homeland. Learn more.
Despite the trying times, Young Voices has had success this year growing our program offerings and serving more students and young professionals than ever before. This was only made possible thanks to supporters like you.
How politics became a spectator death sport, and the narratives forming around the election results – Shaun Cammack, the future of electricity markets and how to inject competition and lower prices – Jakob Puckett, corruption and cronyism within the COVID-19 stimulus negotiations – Brad Polumbo, and SpaceX and the future of innovation in the stars – Alex Salter
Everyone knew the names Donald Trump and Joe Biden this past election season. But how many American voters had heard of Jo Jorgensen? The Libertarian Party candidate received a little more than 1% of the popular vote, a showing that ranked as the LP’s second-best finish ever.
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