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FEE Summer Seminars Applications are now available

JANUARY 01, 2012


The Foundation for Economic Education proudly announces that applications for our summer seminar series are now available. In our ongoing commitment to program improvements, this celebratory 50th season of FEE seminars promises students a life-changing experience.

FEE seeks candidates who may be unfamiliar with the ideas of a free and prosperous society, but are eager to discover the driving forces behind the maximization of human potential. We strive to impart these principles to our students in order for them to articulate, debate, and defend them when they return home.

For a third consecutive year we will host seminars in our branch office location: Atlanta, Georgia. Taking place in the Georgia Pacific building, our exciting Freedom University seminar series are designed to introduce college students to: Austrian economics, history and current events. For the first time this year we offer a summer seminar only for FEE alumni. Communicating liberty is designed to teach FEE alumni techniques of how to become effective communicators and spread the ideas of liberty.

Our Advanced Austrian economics seminar will take place at the FEE headquarter office in Irvington, NY.

Beautiful Salt Lake City will be the home of two seminars specifically designed for high school-aged students.

The goal of our seminars is not only to educate and engage students with the ideas of the free and prosperous society, but also to create life-long associations between our alumni and the Foundation for Economic Education.

Please visit the seminars page to download and complete the application, and do a friend a favor by forwarding this link!

May you have a prosperous and liberty-filled New Year!

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