Intro to Econ for College Students!

With our new “FEE on Campus” monthly webinar series, we’ll teach you the principles of economics and a free society in an exciting, unique, and easy-to-understand way.

1 hour webinar

Every 3rd Wednesday of each Month at 3pm ET

Fun for your students, easy on you!

FEE is now hosting a monthly series of engaging webinars for college or AP level students that are totally free and open to anyone who wants to attend. All you have to do is sign up! 

Each month, top professors and experienced professionals will join us for an hour to speak about important issues in economics and political theory that fit within your syllabus. We want to make it easy for you to teach subjects like GDP, economic calculation, the differences between monetary and fiscal policy, interest rates, and more.

Fun for your students!

Practical advice

Convenient & free to join

This Month’s Topic

We’ve all heard that recruiters only spend six seconds skimming an application, right? So how do you design your resume and cover letter to not only catch a hiring manager’s eye, but keep it there long enough to discover you’re a worthwhile applicant? The key is to tailor a strong resume and cover letter for each job you’re applying for, and Talent Market is here to help get you there.

Join Stephanie Keaveney, Talent Market’s Network Engagement Strategist, as she covers: – How to structure your resume – How to use the job description to tailor your materials – The keys to a strong cover letter – Ways to avoid common faux pas

Wednesday, August 18 | 3-4 pm ET

100% Free!

The Foundation for Economic Education is a 501c3 nonprofit, and we strive to make quality education available to as many people as possible. That’s why the FEE on Campus Webinar Series is available at no cost to you!


“I have received positive feedback from my entire class. There were many powerful points shared about self-actualizing, and I was particularly pleased to see how engaged students were.”

Program Host, Georgia

“We were given a great presentation that was full of real-life examples of principles that are often discussed theoretically. I feel it gave us a much better grasp of the concepts and how they apply in life, government, and economics.”

Program Host, Utah

“My daughter learned AP Economics in high school. FEE seminar further opened up her vision on economics and helped her to decide what she wants to do in the future.”

Parent of Program Attendee

“The FEE session made complex concepts accessible to students and offered multiple opportunities to both practice critical thinking and get quality feedback.”

Program Host, Wisconsin

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Who’s this program for?

College-aged students, young professionals, AP and Honors level students currently homeschooled or in high school, and anyone else who wants to learn about economics.

Do attendees need to bring anything to prepare for the program?

A great attitude and all of their questions for our expert speakers!

Does it cost anything to attend?

No! This program is free for anyone who wants to join. All you have to do is sign up.

If I miss this one, will it be recorded?

We may record some sessions and you can find audio archives of previous events at FEE Audio XP, but don’t worry, if you miss this webinar you can always join us next month at the same time for another one. 

I love this series and want to get more involved in economics and entrepreneurship! What other opportunities can I take advantage of?

Check out our student resources page for internships, fellowships, volunteer opportunities and entry level jobs from our partners around the world!