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Continuing Education

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The TFAS experience doesn’t end upon completion of a program. As a member of the TFAS Alumni Network, program graduates are eligible for a number of fellowships, awards and educational seminars. In addition, TFAS hosts social events throughout the year to connect fellow alumni and strengthen our worldwide network.

Please see below for our fellowships programs and any upcoming networking events available to TFAS alumni. If you are interested in applying for a TFAS fellowship program or would like to host a networking or educational event for your fellow alumni, please contact us at alumni@TFAS.org.


TFAS Public Policy Fellowships

The Public Policy Fellows program is a year-long networking and education program for TFAS alumni designed to develop young leaders with a shared commitment to improving public policy.

Novak Journalism Fellowships

The Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program awards $75,000 full-time and $35,000 part-time fellowships to professional journalists with less than 10 years experience.

Curriculum of Liberty Seminars

Curriculum of Liberty Seminars are alumni-only conferences focused on a variety of topics related to Liberty. Seminars feature a Socratic-style discussion based on issues raised by assigned readings.