Think New Mexico
October 8, 2010
I interned at Think New Mexico during the summer of 2010. As an intern, I did research on issues that the organization is currently focusing on as well as potential future topics. I also helped Think New Mexico with their fund raising and sat in on meetings with various political leaders in New Mexico.
During my time at Think New Mexico, I was able to see and experience the impact that the organization has on the state. A goal-oriented think tank that doesn't get involved in partisan politics, Think New Mexico always has a bold approach to get their issues heard and accepted.
Fred Nathan, Kristina Fisher, and the rest of the Think New Mexico staff are pragmatic, open-minded, and willing to do what it takes to get the job done. From its campaign against the passage of the food tax to its defense of small schools for all children in New Mexico, the organization fights every day for the well-being of New Mexicans.
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My internship at Think New Mexico taught me about lobbying in New Mexico as well as about nonprofit organizations generally. I was able to observe how politics work in the state and study how to solve various problems that the state currently faces.
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The Think New Mexico staff constantly strives to improve the organization based on comments submitted to them by their donors and other New Mexicans.
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Volunteer & As an intern, I did research and helped out with other tasks around the Think New Mexico office.