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Help Promote FEE's Summer Seminars!

DECEMBER 02, 2011 by BRIAN AITKEN

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of FEE’s Summer Seminars. Help FEE spread the message of freedom by posting and handing out our Summer Seminar Flyers on your high-school or college campus and at community organizations!

Download and print out your own flyers
OR
Fill out this form and we’ll send you a packet of flyers and posters!

Click here to download the one page Summer Seminars flyer.

Click here to download the front page of the Summer Internship flyer.

Click here to download the back page of the Summer Internship flyer.

“The Foundation for Economic Education is a fantastic resource for students in the liberty movement. My experience at their Austrian Economics summer seminar was excellent. Not only did I learn more that week about economics than I have my whole time as a student, but I had fun while doing it!” – Morgan Freeman, Students For Liberty Campus Coordinator & FEE Alumna





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