The Alexander Hamilton Society would like to formally announce our new AHS Summer Fellowship! In order to encourage students who have demonstrated leadership, academic achievement, and an interest in public service to pursue summer work relating to the mission of the Alexander Hamilton Society, AHS will award up to five, $3,000 grants to highly qualified and motivated students, with priority given to AHS Chapter Officers, who have secured unpaid internships relating to foreign policy, national security, and economic statecraft.
Our Duke University Chapter was recently featured in The Chronicle for their latest debate featuring Dr. Henry Nau from George Washington University and Ambassador Jack Matlock from Duke University!
Located in Simi Valley, California, the Hamilton Society sends a delegation of AHS chapter officers every year to the Reagan Presidential Library to be amongst the top defense and security professionals in the field. We had a total of 27 delegates representing AHS chapters from 16 different universities this year!
Every year the Hamilton Society sends a delegation of AHS chapter officers to Washington, D.C. to represent their chapters at the Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI) Forum. This year we had 16 representatives from 7 different universities.
The Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) is pleased to announce that General (Ret.) David H. Petraeus has joined its Board of Advisors. Currently the Chairman of the KKR Global Institute, General Petraeus is one of the most decorated and prominent leaders of our time.
Congrats to our University of Texas, Austin chapter for being featured in The Daily Texan! Their event on whether or not the world benefits from a strong U.S. military allowed for a wonderful discussion on issues that are not examined enough.