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Welcome to the TFAS Alumni Network! Since 1967, TFAS has reached more than 42,000 students and professionals through our academic programs, fellowships and seminars. Representing more than 140 countries, TFAS Alumni are leaders throughout the world – forging careers in politics, government, public policy, business, philanthropy and the media.

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The Alumni Awards recognize the distinguished accomplishments of our alumni and commend their dedication and service to TFAS and the world.


Latest Alumni News


TFAS Alumni Featured in Local Newspapers for Successful Semester in Washington

Two recent alumni of the Capital Semester Spring 2022 program, Colleen Goggin '22 and Jonathan Reuss '22, were featured in separate newspaper articles for their accomplishments in Washington, D.C., with TFAS.

TFAS Alumni Discuss Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine with Ambassador Dobriansky 

This month, The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) hosted an alumni webinar on the Russian war on Ukraine featuring TFAS Trustee Ambassador Paula J. Dobriansky. She spoke eloquently and knowledgeably about the topic, while also discussing the humanitarian crises…

The End of the Semester is Just the Beginning: 12 Students Join TFAS Alumni Network

Though the Capital Semester Spring 2022 experience has ended, it is not the end of the line for these TFAS students. Their TFAS Journey is just beginning.

TFAS Alumni Reconvene in Washington, D.C.

More than 60 TFAS alumni gathered in Washington, D.C., this April to reconnect with friends old and new. Beautiful weather and great company made for the perfect spring evening to celebrate the companionship and support of the TFAS Alumni Network. The evening…

Pick Up a New Book by a TFAS Alumnus this World Book Day

World Book Day is April 23! This is an excellent day to celebrate the merits of reading, continuing education, personal growth and imagination.

The Power of Perseverance: From Hungary to Washington

Three Hungarian students received the Széll Kálmán fellowship for the Fall 2021 Capital Semester on Leadership + the American Presidency: Boldizsár Hajas, Csenge Savanya and Zsombor Verkmann.