One of my former students from NYU -- Joseph DiFiglia -- after a very successful career on Wall Street is now pursuing a new career as Executive Director of the New Jersey Council for Economic Education. If you have kids in NJ or are a teacher in NJ, I strong encourage you to look at the programs that NJCEE will be offering. If you don't have any connection to NJ, but nevertheless care about economic education at the K-12 level, please "like" their page on FB and "tweet" about their work at Twitter.
With the launch of the website, Joe decided to use a quote from Living Economics on the banner. I love this for at least two reasons: first, the mission of NJCEE in educating the youth of NJ in basic economics, and second, the message that the particular quote conveys.
For college students, the Foundation for Economic Education is now accepting applications for their summer 2013 seminars. If you are a college student interested in free market ideas, there is no better organization to get involved with than FEE.
And if you are an advanced student, the Institute for Humane Studies is accepting applicants for their Humane Studies Fellowships.