LET graduates celebrate becoming
Reagan Legacy Foundation Freedom Fellows
Ronald Reagan once said, “Freedom is never more than a generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.” For many young people today, the struggle for freedom and liberty is merely a chapter in a history book. The Reagan Legacy Foundation Liberty Education Tours (LET) seek to change that. This unique student exchange program offers future leaders tangible education in the principles of liberty as they study the words and actions of President Reagan and other great leaders while visiting sites significant in the history of freedom in the United States and central Europe.
Participants will hear incredible speakers, meet like-minded friends, network with leaders, engage in discussions, and receive valuable resources. At the conclusion of your Liberty Education Tour you will be fully prepared to return to your community as a Freedom Fellow — knowing the precepts of Liberty and fortified to act in defense of those principles.
In this tour students will study perspectives from U.S. President Ronald Reagan to:
General Eligibility Criteria:
High School students ages 16-18 with at least one year remaining of their secondary education and a minimum GPA of 2.0.
The cost of lodging (which may include home stays), meals, and transportation to tour sites is covered by generous supporters of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. Each student is responsible for their travel expenses to Los Angeles or Europe and all travel documents, such as passports and visas. In cases of financial need, scholarships may be available. Tour schedules are subject to change.
Contact us if you are interested in the 2013 LET program!
Questions? Email LET@reaganlegacyfoundation.org