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    Fraser Institute Alumni Association

    A network for former Fraser Institute staff and interns, allowing them to stay connected to the Institute and each other

    Over the past two decades, the Fraser Institute, Canada’s leading public policy think-tank, has educated thousands of outstanding young people who have gone on to become leaders in business, government, law, academia, media, and the non-profit sector. Our alumni are not only excelling in their professions, they’re also contributing to civil society and helping promote choice, free markets, and personal responsibility around the world.

    We welcome all former staff, interns, and select education programs participants to reconnect with our mission and become ambassadors of the Fraser Institute.

    The Fraser Institute Alumni Association is free to join using your LinkedIn account. Simply visit [http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4478090] to apply.

    The benefits of joining include:

    • Access to group-only discussions
    • Networking opportunities
    • Invitations to exclusive alumni events
    • Job opportunities in the world of ideas

    The Institute has been running its student programs since 1989. Of 100-plus former Fraser Institute interns, 14 now hold some form of political office (including seven Members of Parliament), 28 work for government in a policy role, 32 work for think-tanks, 20 teach at universities, and 10 are active in the media. In addition, many former Fraser Institute staff have leveraged their tenure at the Institute as a launching pad to exciting careers worldwide.

    Danielle Smith - Alumni

    "I don't know what would have happened if I hadn't done that Fraser Institute internship ... it really changed the course of my life."

    Danielle Smith
    1996 Fraser Institute Intern
    Alberta MLA for Highwood
    Leader of Alberta’s Official Opposition

    Continue to help us make Canada, and the world, more prosperous and free by joining the Fraser Institute Alumni Association today.