The Fund for American Studies
Alumni Newsletter | January 2012

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ALUMNI AND DONOR EVENTS

  • Capital Semester Commencement with Ken Klatt (ICPES 70): April 29, 2016
    Please join us as we celebrate the commencement of our Capital Semester Spring Class of 2016 at TFAS Headquarters. RSVP Today

  • TFAS Mentor Program Sign Up Deadline: April 29, 2016
    This summer, thousands of Washington interns will experience navigating the metro, professional dress and life in a fast paced office setting for the very first time. Washington D.C. area professionals can sign up to share their wisdom with TFAS students. Learn More

  • 23rd Annual Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Awards Dinner: May 11, 2016
    Register today for this gala evening as we announce the 2016-17 Novak Journalism Fellowship recipients and present the Thomas L. Phillips Career Achievement Award and the Kenneth Y. Tomlinson Award for Outstanding Reporting

  • Congressional Scholarship Awards Dinner (CSAD): July 13, 2016
    Save the date for CSAD 2016! The annual dinner raises scholarship funds for outstanding students to attend IBGA and honors two members of Congress and a leader from the business and government affairs community. 

  • 2016 Leadership Conference in Charleston, S.C.: Nov. 10-12, 2016
    Travel to charming and historic Charleston, South Carolina with The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) and the Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE) this fall.

  • U.S. Summer Programs Commencement: July 28, 2016
    Please join us as we celebrate the commencement of our U.S. Summer Programs Class of 2016 on George Washington University's campus. More details coming soon.

  • The Fund for American Studies 50th Anniversary Gala: Sept. 28. 2017
    Save the Date for this celebratory evening at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.

  • 2016 Summer Capitol Hill Lecture Series
    The Office of Sen. Rand Paul and TFAS invite D.C. interns to a free, four-part lecture series throughout the summer of 2016. A full list of speakers, topics and registration information will be announced at a later date.

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