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New Openings in FEE Summer Seminars!

MAY 16, 2013

Did you or a college student you know miss the chance to apply for a free FEE Summer Seminar exploring the ideas of liberty? We have Good news! We have had a limited number of spots open up in our Advanced Seminar: Communicating Liberty!

Communicating Liberty is designed for students, interns, and junior staff at pro-liberty organizations who have a firm understanding of the ideas of a free society and want to be more effective communicating those ideas to others. While at this free 5-day seminar, you will learn effective communications techniques in a variety of media. We will also cover your housing and meals while at the seminar!

We have 6 spots open in Communicating Liberty! Hurry, these spots will fill up fast!

To claim a spot in one of these seminars you will need to fill out the Online Application no later than midnight June 5th!

The other 6 College Seminars are currently full; however, you can Apply Here to be placed on the waiting list. 

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