Friday, December 16, 2016

AEI Fellowships

The new year is still a few weeks away, but we are already recruiting students for our 2017 Values & Capitalism Summer Honors Program. During two weeks in June 2017, we are offering four week-long, fully-funded courses on topics of faith, economics, public policy, and constitutional law. This year's instructors include AEI's Michael Strain and Michael McShane, as well as John Inazu of Washington University School of Law and Stephen Smith of Hope College. See below for more details.

If you know of any undergraduate students who may be interested in the program, would you consider forwarding them this email? Thanks in advance for spreading the word.

Best wishes,
Tyler

Tyler Castle
Manager, Values & Capitalism
2017 SUMMER HONORS PROGRAM 
The Values & Capitalism Summer Honors Program is a series of fully-funded, intensive, one-week seminars in Washington, DC for Christian college students. The program gives students an unparalleled chance to immerse themselves in a particular area of study with leading scholars and policy practitioners, in selective cohorts of 20–25 students. The honors program will also offer opportunities for students to sharpen professional skills through career coaching, site visits, and networking events.

To learn more and apply,
visit: www.valuesandcapitalism.com/2017-summer-honors-program
TERM I: JUNE 5–9, 2017 
Track A
International Economic Development:
Why Institutions Matter

Instructor: Stephen Smith, Hope College
Track B
The Morality of Democratic Capitalism:
Principles & Practices

Instructor: Michael Strain, AEI 
Participants will receive a travel voucher, lodging, meals during class days, and a $250 stipend.

Application deadline:
March 15, 2017
Questions? Email: vcshp@aei.org
TERM II: JUNE 19–23, 2017
Track A
Conï¬ dent Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Differences
Instructor: John Inazu, Washington University School of Law 
Track B
K-12 Education: The Foundation of American Democracy, Society, and Economy
Instructor: Michael McShane, AEI & Show-Me Institute 

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