The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is a non-political, non-profit organization hosting sought-after seminars across the U.S. since 1956. Named by Forbes as a top educational program, parents and teachers have entrusted FEE for decades to provide high school and college students with a safe, eye-opening learning experience.
Are minimum wage laws doing more harm than good in helping the poor? Why is the cost of education so high? Is Social Security really a Ponzi scheme? If you wish there was a safe forum to discuss these types of economic questions and more, check out FEE Seminars.
At FEE seminars, you can explore different perspectives on world issues, learn new ways of thinking about economic ideas covered in traditional classrooms, and gain an entrepreneurial skill set you can actually leverage in the real world.
The most common response from alumni is, “Why haven’t I heard about these ideas before?”
To change the world you have to understand it. Embrace the economic way of thinking and set your path to professional and personal success at FEE seminars.
The $79 cost covers tuition, housing, and meals (varies per seminar). Limited reimbursement scholarships are available and awarded on a rolling basis.
I've learned so much this weekend and I just wish I had this kind of high-quality, engaging exposure to economics earlier in my education! ~ Samantha Jackson
The programs are designed to focus on fundamentals. We will talk about big ideas, and our goal is for you to leave with more confidence and prepared to take on the world. These programs should be a starting place on your journey to better understand the world and make more informed decisions.
Students are accepted on a rolling basis; however, we receive many applications, so it may take a few weeks for us to get back to you. You will hear back by the middle of April at the latest.
Yes. International students are welcome to apply and attend. Please note that you are responsible for your own travel and for completing any necessary paperwork required by your country for a visa.
It depends on your college or university. Check with your Dean’s office to find out if your college or university offers an independent study option. If so, you may be able to design an independent study that includes your attendance at a FEE Seminar. All seminar participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the seminar stating the number of lecture hours that you received.