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2021 Upcoming Programs

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Please note that your registration is not considered complete until FTE has received your payment (if applicable). Completing the online registration form without payment (when applicable) does not guarantee your spot in any program.

Economics for Leaders (EFL)

DatesLocationProgram FeeAvailable StipendsGraduate Credit (optional)Registration Status
June 28 - July 3, 2021University of Texas at Austin - Austin, TX$150$350 participation stipend; $150 commuter stipend3 graduate credit hours (additional fee)OPEN
July 5-10, 2021*University of Colorado Boulder - Boulder, CO$150$350 participation stipend; $150 commuter stipend3 graduate credit hours (additional fee)OPEN
July 12-17, 2021University of Washington - Seattle, WA$150$350 participation stipend; $150 commuter stipend3 graduate credit hours (additional fee)OPEN

*Program is teachers only; no student participants based on CU Boulder COVID-19 restrictions.

 

Economics for Leaders (EFL) Virtual

DatesLocationProgram FeeAvailable StipendsGraduate Credit (optional)Registration Status
June 13-18, 2021Virtual $150$250 participation stipend3 graduate credit hours (additional fee)OPEN
July 11-16, 2021Virtual$150$250 participation stipend3 graduate credit hours (additional fee)OPEN
July 18-23, 2021Virtual$150$250 participation stipend3 graduate credit hours (additional fee)OPEN

 

Environment & the Economy (E&E)

DatesSiteProgram FeeAvailable StipendsGraduate Credit (optional)Registration Status
June 21-24, 2021Ft. Lauderdale Marriott North - Ft. Lauderdale, FL$150$350 participation stipend; $150 commuter stipend2 graduate credit hours (additional fee)OPEN
July 12-15, 2021TownePlace Suites by Marriott - Boise, ID$150$350 participation stipend; $150 commuter stipend2 graduate credit hours (additional fee)OPEN

One Day Seminars

One Day Seminars are offered through a partnership between the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) and FTE. There is no cost to attend a One Day seminar thanks to our generous partners and co-sponsors.

Course TopicDate / TimeLocationLocal Co-SponsorAvailable StipendsRegistration Status
Fundamentals of Environmental EconomicsJune 9, 2021 8:30a-3:30pLas Vegas, NV
Nevada Department of Education
$200OPEN
Fundamentals of Environmental EconomicsJuly 27, 2021 8:30a-3:30pBelleville, PA
Belleville Mennonite School District$200OPEN
Understanding Global Economic IssuesAugust 11, 2021 8:30a-3:30pFarmington, MI
Farmington Public Schools$200OPEN
Fundamentals of Environmental EconomicsAugust 17, 2021 8:30a-3:30pOceanport, NJ New Jersey Council on Economic Education$200OPEN
Understanding Global Economic IssuesAugust 27, 2021 8:30a-3:30pChattanooga, TNTennessee Council on Economic Educationone day of sub fees and stipendOPEN

The One Day virtual seminar Making Sense of the Federal Budgets, Debts, and Deficits scheduled on May 1 is currently full and has been closed to new registrations. Further details about this program will be emailed the week of April 25th.

 

Webinars

Course TopicSpeakerDate/TimeLocationCourse FeeRegistration Status
Bidenomics: The President’s Plan for the EconomyDr. Scott Baier, Clemson UniversityWednesday, April 21, 2021 7:00-8:00pm EDT (4-5pm PDT)VirtualNoneOPEN

 

Online Courses

Course TopicDates
LocationCourse FeeGraduate Credit
(Optional)
Registration Status
Economic Demise of the Soviet Union Online (EDSUO)June 1 - July 27, 2021 Virtual$1752 Semester HoursOPEN