The Huntsman Seminar in Constitutional Government for Teachers is a five-day (June 22-26, 2015), summer seminar for teachers and administrators sponsored by the Jon and Karen Huntsman Foundation. The primary focus of the seminar is to improve the quality of civic education in Utah schools. Participants gain valuable knowledge and insight into current events in American Politics by learning from, and interacting with, political experts, judges, university faculty, and elected officials. The Huntsman Seminar is a unique opportunity for teachers to gain an in-depth understanding of local, state, and national political issues.

Twenty-five to thirty teachers and administrators from Utah are selected as participants and receive a fellowship worth more than $1,000. Participants also may choose either free lodging or a $50 per diem ($250 for the week) to cover expenses. A Huntsman Seminar fellowship provides graduate credit (3 hours of Political Science 6990) and all costs for tuition and supplies. Participants are asked to contribute a $100 enrollment fee.

The event co-directors will be acclaimed pollster and political science emeritus professor Dr. Dan Jones and Hinckley Institute Interim Director and University of Utah VP of Government Relations Jason Perry. 


2015 Deadline: May 18

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If not, we will provide you with a $50 per diem ($250 for the week).
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I hereby apply for admission to the Huntsman Seminar for Teachers. If selected, I understand that I must remit a $100.00 enrollment fee payable within two weeks of notification of acceptance as a participant. I understand that the Huntsman Seminar pays my tuition and other Seminar costs only if (1) I attend all Seminar sessions, and (2), I complete the Huntsman evaluation on the Seminar's final day.
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