Discuss LearnLiberty topics at these summer seminars and conferences. Many feature LearnLiberty speakers who are available throughout the seminars. Meet other students and recent grads, while you enjoy a five-day vacation with a purpose. Many seminars are free – including lodging and meals! For more events, visit LibertyGuide.
Summer | Weekend | Webinars | Outside US | Conferences
Learn the ethical and economic principles of open markets and free societies. Apply for a scholarship. Seminars take place in June and July.
Share ideas on liberty, free markets, philosophy, individual rights, and the dangers of a sprawling and intruding government. Takes place in late July. Student scholarships available.
An instructional program in Austrian economics that is a training ground for economists looking beyond the mainstream. Includes courses, seminars, and reading groups. July 2013. Student scholarships available.
Weeklong seminars on liberty filled with lecture, discussions and plenty of frisbee and relaxing. Cover topics in law, history, economics, and other disciplines. Choose from 11 seminars, from intro to advanced, or career-oriented. Free (including housing and meals).
Discuss Austrian economics, history, current events, and more with distinguished faculty and liberty-loving colleagues. Choose from five seminars, each lasting one week. Free (including housing and meals).
Get prepared for a lifetime of principled leadership and make the connections necessary to succeed this summer with the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. All on-site expenses are paid. Travel scholarships are available.
Liberty is coming to a campus near you. These weekend seminars quickly cover the key classical liberal points and how they apply to current issues. The seminars run from Friday evening to Saturday evening. Free (including meals).
Webinars are lectures transmitted online and some allow viewers to pose questions.
The SFL Webinar Series offers academic lectures on liberty, activism mentoring, and career advice. A live question and answer session follows each lecture.
FIRE hosts a series of webinars, designed to inform students, FIRE supporters, and other interested parties about issues surrounding free speech, due process, and individual rights on America's campuses.
Mises Academy is a project of the Mises Institute and advances the scholarship and teaching of liberty, libertarian political theory, and the Austrian School of economics using digital media. The Mises Academy hosts webinars consisting of lectures and question and answer sessions.
Seminars - Outside the United States
Learn and discuss ways to promote liberty on campus and how to help the larger movement for liberty.
Join youth activists, candidates, and campaign staffers for five days of planning, instruction, and talks. Open to admitted members of YAL and non-members.
Join with others concerned about the drug war at the national conferences, camp outs, and regional bootcamps.
Join students accross the country interested in defending free speech on campus and learn more about the philosophical and legal arguments for student rights.