Impact

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A Global Network of Alumni Leaders Making the Difference for Freedom

The TFAS Journey equips young people and working professionals with the tools they need to protect and promote liberty. Today, there are more than 42,000 TFAS and FTE alumni making the difference in their communities and throughout the world by upholding the values essential to the preservation and success of a free society.


It’s no exaggeration to say I’m doing what I’m doing now directly because of the opportunities presented to me by The Fund for American Studies.” – TFAS Alumnus Stephen F. Hayes
Editor-in-Chief of The Weekly Standard


Teaching Liberty and Leadership to Rising Generations

It’s clear we are making an impact! After attending our programs, students have…


Everything we’ve been learning in the classes, through our speakers and at our internships is about how to restore the principles of the founding which are in line with a free-market, capitalistic system. It’s been one of the better experiences I’ve ever had. “ – TFAS Alumnus Frank Garrison


Creating Campus Ambassadors for Liberty


TFAS creates and encourages an environment where you learn how to dialogue with your peers and have civil conversations.” – TFAS Alumna Kylee Zempel



It’s no exaggeration to say I’m doing what I’m doing now directly because of the opportunities presented to me by The Fund for American Studies.” TFAS Alumnus Stephen F. Hayes, Editor-in-Chief of The Weekly Standard


Teaching Liberty and Leadership to Rising Generations

It’s clear we are making an impact! After attending our programs, students have…


Everything we’ve been learning in the classes, through our speakers and at our internships is about how to restore the principles of the founding which are in line with a free-market, capitalistic system. It’s been one of the better experiences I’ve ever had. “TFAS Alumnus Frank Garrison


Creating Campus Ambassadors for Liberty


TFAS creates and encourages an environment where you learn how to dialogue with your peers and have civil conversations.” TFAS Alumna Kylee Zempel