Alumni Network

Calling all FEE Alumni! 

This group is designed to help you stay in touch with FEE Alumni, FEE staff, and FEE faculty even after you leave for the summer! Whether you attended in 1960 or 2014, you are part of the FEE Alumni Network. Keep in touch and join the discussion at the FEE Alumni Network Facebook Group. Help us connect you back to FEE and to valuable pro-liberty ideas and people.
 

FEE Alumni Board (FAB):

FAB engages alumni leaders by enlisting their ideas and advice for the development of excellent programming for FEE alumni, and enlisting them as FEE’s frontline alumni representatives. The 2013-2014 FAB consists of eight notable alumni leaders: Caleb O. Brown, Zachary Caceres, Bob Ewing, Philip Fraietta, Lana Harfoush, Stephen Macaskill, Robert Anthony Peters, and Maggie Woodlief.


Leonard E. Read Distinguished Alumni Award:

The Leonard E. Read Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes the unique professional and personal achievements of FEE alumni who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to the cause of liberty, and is the highest honor presented to a FEE alumnus or alumna. Congratulations to Mr. Gordon Cruickshank, winner of the 2014 Leonard E. Read Award. FEE is now taking nominations for the 2015 award.

FEE 100

FEE 100 is an exclusive group of FEE alumni,  hand-selected to help FEE identify rising stars, provide to them unique opportunities, and determine the impact of FEE's programming among alumni. Learn more!

Sign up for email updates and check out our advanced seminar, Communicating Liberty.

 

 

Participant Testimonials

"At FEE, I was first exposed to ideas that would inspire the rest of my time in university, and eventually my career." - Zachary Caceres

"[I really enjoyed this] opportunity to learn about not only what is happening in America, but throughout the world. FEE's goal is to 'inspire, educate, and connect' and I'm proud to say it has achieved all that and more with me." - Jeanette H.

"This seminar has provided me with the knowledge necessary to educate my peers and support an educated, non-biased argument for free market economics." - Santana W.

Read what other students had to say about our summer seminars.

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