Apply for the 2018 AEI Summer Honors Program

The American Enterprise Institute’s Summer Honors Program is a series of educational and professional development opportunities in Washington, DC, for top undergraduate students. Students in the program have the chance to connect with the ideas, research, and network of AEI, one of America’s preeminent think tanks.

The program gathers students from diverse ideological backgrounds for substantive dialogue and debate about the most pressing issues facing the country and world. The core feature of the program is discussion-based seminars that offer participants forums to delve deeply into policy areas of their choice. Each seminar features 20-25 students and is led by AEI scholars or other policy practitioners, including renowned economists and foreign policy experts. Outside of the seminars, students participate in policy briefings with distinguished guests, high-level networking events, and site visits in Washington.

Of the eleven available courses, four are offered through the Values & Capitalism initiative and are specifically for Christian college students, including:

June 4–8, 2018

International Economic Development: Why Institutions Matter, led by Dr. Stephen Smith (Hope College)
Capitalism & Christianity: Do Markets Allow Us to Love Our Neighbor, led by Dr. Anne Rathbone Bradley (Institute for Faith, Work & Economics)

June 18–22, 2018

Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Difference, led by Dr. John Inazu (Washington University School of Law)
The Christian Faith and American Foreign Policy, led by Dr. William Indoben (University of Texas at Austin)

We are no longer accepting applications. Learn more by visiting the program’s homepage at the link below.


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