Garnering the second-largest turnout of the summer, 87 students from across the country and beyond came together for four days and left equipped to advocate for the ideas of a free society and to see the world from a new perspective.
In FEE’s largest high school seminar to date, more than 100 students gathered at Berry College in Rome, Georgia in order to learn about the “Economics of Entrepreneurship” and acquire new ways of seeing the world through economic thinking.
During the last week of June, students from 11 different countries gathered in the “Live Free or Die” state of New Hampshire to discuss the ethics of business and the positive social role of the entrepreneur, to learn about the virtues of value creation, and to acquire the tools of economic thinking to see the world in a whole new way.
Project will create innovative free-market media with data-driven distribution and analytics.
Atlanta, GA.–The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) has been awarded a three-year, $1.8 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to define new and better ways to communicate with Millennials about the humane values and ethical principles of a free society. Through experimental message testing, digital distribution, and data feedback analysis, FEE will communicate to Millennials that the pathway to human flourishing, dignity, and abundance is through individual liberty, free markets, limited government, and the entrepreneurial spirit.
Announcing FEE President Lawrence W. Reed's new book: "Real Heroes: Inspiring True Stories of Courage, Character, and Conviction," featuring over 40 stories of heroic individuals who have changed the world. Pre-order for $14.40 today.
This book is published in partnership with the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Inc.
This past Memorial Day weekend, FEE and the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism (CISC) partnered to host the “Capitalism: Unlocking Human Potential” seminar at Clemson University.
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