Announcements, Economics

Applications for FEE Summer Seminars are Now Open

Our friends at the Foundation for Economic Education are happy to announce that applications for their summer seminars are now open.  FEE has been doing summer seminars for decades and the topics below go beyond economics in their attempts to introduce students to the ideas of classical liberalism.  You can also apply to be an intern over the summer as well.  If you’re a high school or college student looking for a good way to spend a few days this summer, this is a great option!


Applications for FEE’s newly revamped Summer Seminars are now open! In order to better accommodate our students’ busy schedules and light wallets, FEE has shortened the seminars to 3 days, and is hosting them in 6 locations across the country.

College and High School FEE Seminars cover 10 topic areas including the popular Austrian Economics seminar (now named “Rebels with a Cause”) and our advanced seminar: Communicating Liberty.


Who Will Build the Roads? And Other Questions About Free Societies

Going Green: Free Market Environmentalism

Liberty: The Original Trendsetter

The True Costs of War

Made in China: Economic Development

Rebels With a Cause  (Intro to Austrian Economics)


Communicating Liberty

High School:

Anything Peaceful

Free The World

Intro to the Real World

FEE seminars are free to attend, except for travel. However, SFL’s Give the Gift of Liberty can help students raise money for travel. These seminars are a great way to give students who are new to the ideas of liberty a thorough introduction to the economic, ethical, and legal principles of a free society.

Seminar Applications close on March 31, 2013!

Additionally, FEE is looking for operations, videography, and photography interns to work full time in Atlanta for the summer and travel with the staff to the seminars. This internship is paid and very competitive, so apply now!

Internship Applications close on March 1, 2013!

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Author: Steve Horwitz


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