Report I want to promote Objectivism as a career in Work, Careers and Money Posted November 17, 2015 · Edited November 17, 2015 by iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Other than ARI, a place like "Institute of Justice" could be interesting. Since the world of Objectivist or Objectivsm-friendly activism is quite small, one route could be to try getting into other places, which have a narrow focus on some issue you support: for example some GOP-tied group that has a focus on school-choice or eminent-domain. The idea would be to get experience with activism, and to build your resume. You could even consider groups that have nothing to do with Objectivism: like the anti-AGW crowd. If your motivation is to fight for ideas you can support, you might be able to find a fight outside Objectivism too. Also, realize that though it might be romantic to fight for your ideas to live in them today, it can also be frustrating. Imagine you get into ARI. Now imagine looking back in 10 years and thinking: "Nothing has really changed in the world". Combine this with the more local frustrations with the inevitable internal management and politics of any organization you would join. Are you willing to take the bad with the good? Can't be any worse than arguing on the internet + I'd be getting paid for it.