THE FREEDOM LIBRARY EDUCATION PROGRAM AND SCHOLARSHIP
Administered by: The Freedom Library, Inc.
The Freedom Library, Inc. offers to the Yuma community two twelve-week courses of instruction in The Freedom Philosophy during both spring and fall semesters. One course is a study of the United States Constitution and includes the study of the Presidency, Congress, and Judicial branch of government from the Founding to the present, and examines the implementation of a constitutional republic. The other course is a study in the field of economics and includes the study of the laws of supply and demand, markets and competition, the study of money, the workings of the Federal Reserve System, and the relationship between government and the economy.
To enroll in the program, an applicant must complete and submit to The Freedom Library the enrollment form found at the website above and be able to attend the weekly classes at the location the class is to be held.
ELIGIBILITY TO RECEIVE A $1,000 FREEDOM LIBRARY SCHOLARSHIP:
- Successfully complete all required coursework as stipulated in the course syllabus and comply with all of the scholarship guidelines.
- Scholarships will be awarded to the eligible and qualified individuals who display the highest quality of understanding and comprehensive proficiency of the Freedom Philosophy as expressed in the individual’s term paper reflecting how the principles learned in class apply to a current issue.
THE FREEDOM LIBRARY $1,000 ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP:
A $1,000 scholarship awarded to any eligible individual in the name of The Freedom Library, Inc., and forwarded directly to the institution of higher learning of the recipient’s choice at the commencement of the individual’s next academic year.
THE FREEDOM LIBRARY $1,000 INSTRUCTIONAL SEMINAR SCHOLARSHIP:
A $1,000 scholarship awarded to any eligible individual for reimbursement of expenses to attend an instructional seminar at one of several locations throughout the United States. The Freedom Library Scholarship Committee determines the final destination.
Direct all questions concerning this scholarship program to your academic counselor or contact Howard Blitz at 928-246-2327 or firstname.lastname@example.org