Minnesota High School Students: Participate in our Second Annual Essay Contest: A Legacy of Leadership: The Ronald Reagan Essay Contest
Last month, the Freedom Foundation of Minnesota announced details about the 2011-2012 “A Legacy of Leadership: The Ronald Reagan Essay Contest.” In its second year, this contest encourages Minnesota high school students to explore the leadership, legacies and values of America’s 40th President, Ronald Reagan.
The Freedom Foundation of Minnesota has “supersized” this year’s essay contest and will provide two five thousand dollar college scholarships to the top two entries!
To enter the contest, students must answer this question:
Entries must be submitted online at FreedomFoundationofMinnesota.com, or emailed to Reagan@freedomfoundationofminnesota.com by 11:59pm on February 29, 2012.
For all the rules and details of this year’s essay contest, visit: http://www.freedomfoundationmn.com/Reagan.
|College/Grad Students: Apply for the Koch Summer Fellow Program. Deadline: January 31
The deadline for applying for a Summer Fellowship with the Charles G. Koch Foundation is rapidly approaching!
The Freedom Foundation of Minnesota has teamed with this excellent program for the past three years and has been honored to host research fellows at our headquarters. The 10-week program is a paid public policy internship running from June 2- August 10 and is open to undergraduates, recent graduates, and graduate students. Participants attend weeklong career and policy seminars in Washington DC, as well as weekly teleconference lectures on important public policy matters. The Koch Summer Fellow Program is ideal for those students looking to gain real-world experience while advancing liberty.
For more information, visit http://www.theihs.org/koch-summer-fellow-program.
|MN State News: Coverage from the caucuses/primaries
Looking for even more news coverage from Iowa, New Hampshire and the rest of the caucus and primary states? MN State News is featuring articles from Capitol and “watchdog” reporters around the country who bring a fresh perspective and quality, unvarnished reporting from their home states. We’re partnering with the reporters housed at Watchdog.org to bring you some of the most timely and well-written coverage from each state as it happens.
Here are two stories currently on our website:
|FFM in the news
Speaking of the Iowa Caucus, FFM CEO Annette Meeks was a guest commentator on a WCCO radio panel that discussed the results and implications of Tuesday’s Iowa Caucus. The original segment was scheduled for 9:30PM-10:30PM, but with the final tally (and speeches) going to midnight, Annette and the rest of the panel stuck around, too.