We’re a team of young students from around the globe on a mission to inspire the next generation by developing and launching Auahitūroa , our satellite, into orbit.
We envisage a world where anything is possible, where inequality is a distant memory and where humanity can thrive and advance as a multi-planetary, space fairing society.
Auahitūroa is a 1.5U Cubesat designed to educate and inspire. Launched into orbit, Auahitūroa will downlink live video back to earth, along with data from three student-built MCU-based experiments, selected from an international competition launching in 2021. In addition, the satellite will provide students around the world with the ability to remotely run programs and collect data in real-time using an array of industry-leading sensors.
In 2021, we are launching an array of regional outreach initiatives, which will involve the facilitation of workshops, delivered in high schools, webinars, and a range of other events. Our goal is...
Mehta+ Digital Humanities Machine Learning Bootcamp
Learn AI/machine learning from MIT, Stanford and Ivy League graduates while collaborating on Digital Humanities projects with top U.S. and International academics from University of Bologna (Italy), University of Buffalo SUNY, Northeastern University, Haverford College, and Kenyon College among others. This online collaborative course teaches high school students advanced computer science skills, requiring no prior knowledge, and then pairs them with top University scholars working on humanities projects that require machine learning. Learn how to apply machine learning to analyze historical trends of language use on Social Media, or recognize 19th century Italian handwriting. This six-week interdisciplinary summer bootcamp provides high school students expertise in academic and industry-crucial programming skills, while providing students with the opportunity to apply those skills to cutting-edge humanities projects. Scholarships are offered to students who demonstrate financial...
(Positions open for General Lead Team & Video Project Team!)
A STEM organization that recognizes the lack of knowledge and attention regarding aphasia - a language disorder caused by neurological damage that affects speech production.
We are spreading awareness for aphasia and aiming to encourage others to take action! Currently, our team has the following projects to accomplish this (will definitely have other events and branch out!):
Grise has teams work together to research and create videos for largely two audiences:
1) Assisting aphasia patients' needs in partnership with clinicians and aphasia organizations. This way, the videos we make can pertain to the specific needs of patients, which our partners will be knowledgeable of to give a rough framework to base our work on. This may include navigating Zoom events, speech practices, or anything else that you find helpful!
2) Educational and informative videos for students and the general public....
Horizon Academic Research Program
Horizon Academic is a research program that guides high school students through the process of doing college-level research projects. Students have the option of being mentored by professors in small groups of 4 students or on a one-on-one basis with postdoctoral fellows or PhD candidates who are experts in the subject that a student wishes to research. Students meet with their mentor 20 times throughout the course of the program and complete a 20 page research paper. The program is offered 3 times per year during the fall, spring, or summer. The fall and spring terms last for 16 weeks, while the summer program lasts for 10 weeks. Students should apply with a particular set of research interests. Admitted students will then work with their mentors to refine a specific research proposal, conduct the research, and draft the paper.
For more information visit the official site here .
If you have questions about submitting essays to The Concord Review , feel free to email me at: email@example.com , and I will respond. We need the best history papers we can find, and we welcome a chance to consider your best work. Essay Requirements
You may submit a paper to The Concord Review if you completed the paper before finishing secondary school.
You must be the sole author. (Note: Work Not Done by the Author, if Discovered, Can Result in Withdrawal of College Admission.)
The paper must be in English and may not have been previously published except in a publication of a secondary school that you attended.
Essays should be in the 4,000-6,000 (or more) word range, with Turabian (Chicago) endnotes and bibliography. The longest paper we have published was 21,000 words (on the Mountain Meadows Massacre).
Essays may be on any historical topic, ancient or modern, domestic or foreign, and must be submitted electronically....
Are you a dedicated STEM student that would like to take their passion further and truly help the world community? Would you like a leadership opportunity that would inspire others to appreciate STEM? Then Biology for Better is for YOU.
Biology for Better is an international non profit dedicated to promoting STEM education and inculcating a love for biology in the youth. We do this by teaching low-income children STEM, creating educational resources and video modules for them, conducting workshops and webinars and collating the the latest biology research in our monthly magazine.
To start a Chapter of Biology for Better, please fill in the form. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
We look forward to welcoming you to the family!
Biology for Better is a new non-profit aiming to create a community of students from all around the world that are passionate about biology and would like to do more and actively contribute in a meaningful way. We are aiming to launch workshops and webinars, competitions, an education program to teach underprivileged children biology and the sciences, and have a monthly newsletter curated by our volunteers on fascinating biology topics and issues, current biological research, and feature interviews with famous biologists. So no matter whether you like animals, plants, human anatomy, evolution, genetics, Biology for Better is for YOU.
Link for the form: https://forms.gle/eDo3WFyTmAgAqdNP8
Description of Positions:
Echo Knowledge is a trilingual blog which aims to urge young people to become more aware of the environmental crisis that we are facing nowadays. Even though it is currently based in Brazil, our vision is to form a network of students from all over the world. We are currently in the process of creating our own podcast and are looking for passionate students who would like to get involved with any part of the project.We are on the process of forming three teams, each with a role:
Team of writers: you would have the responsibility to write articles for the blog and scripts for the podcast.
Podcast team: if you are part of this team, you will be responsible for the blog's podcast. Ideally, you should feel comfortable recording your voice and conducting possible interviews.
Instagram and blog design team: the participants of this team will be responsible for the design of the blog. You will also be in charge of the blog's Instagram account, posting new content every...
Are you interested in STEM and social entrepreneurship? Indeed, this is what you're looking for!
The Intellectuals' Corner resolutely believes that through opportunities brought to a teen, he or she can change their life. It is an online initiative that features information about STEM-related subjects (Cryptography, Machine Learning, Mechanical Engineering, Physics) to anyone who desires to learn. Through our team of highly experienced students, we reach out to schools in mostly 3rd world countries and recruit teen inventors and innovators who show promise in their academics and thoughts to start projects related to innovation. We also host scholarships to those of exceptional efforts or a desire for financial support.
What problem are you committed to solving? What project are you proposing? How could your project elevate humanity?
- Unavailable empowerment to innovators in 3rd world countries
- The Intellectuals Corner - A source to, and for...
The Global Citizen Education Group
A one of its kind conference brought to you by the Harvard Undergraduate Global Education Movement (HGEM) and The Global Citizen Education Group, the 2020 HGEM Innovation Challenge (HIC) is taking place online from 27th July to 30th July. This is an unparalleled opportunity for students to develop their leadership and social entrepreneurship skills while better understanding the complexity of real-world problems.
Delegates may choose to join one of these two tracks centered on the COVID-19 pandemic – Public Health and Education - to engage in track-specific debate and seminar sessions featuring influential leaders from academia, business, and government. After various rounds of discussions and workshops under the mentorship of Harvard undergraduate students , delegates will also get a chance to work in teams on proposals designed to tackle pressing global issues.
If you are passionate about making a difference, are looking to boost your public speaking skills and want...
Are you a first or second generation immigrant? A migrant? An expatriate? Are you the product of diaspora or movement of any kind?
If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, I want to hear your story!
My name is Riya Singhal and I am an International Baccalaureate Diploma candidate at the Swiss International Scientific School in Dubai. As an immigrant myself, I am drawn to stories about movement, migration, the crossing of borders and boundaries, and the impermanence of home.
I am currently interviewing people from around the world to collect immigrant narratives. In addition to recording or videotaping your interview, I would like to have the opportunity to document your personal photographs and mementoes of “movement” in an online archive.
I f you are interested in being interviewed, please contact me by email at email@example.com.
Dear Class of 2020 (esp Int'l students in America),
Finding a job during an economic downturn is a gut wrenching experience. Never mind getting an interview, the firm you really wanted to work at is probably considering lay offs. You may be graduating with student debt or may need a company to sponsor your visa application. Your parents may have spent their life savings on your degree and now you are not even sure if you can land a job. No matter what your specific situation is, we can agree on one thing, economic downturns suck BIG time.
I am writing this note because I have been through one and have a plan to help you out. I have put together a downturn survival boot camp that will help you do the following:
1. Build a professional network even when no one is hiring or willing to interview candidates.
2. Inspire confidence in your professional network that your skills are superior compared to their current team.
3. Acquire skills needed to get top reviews in an entry...
Interested in entrepreneurship and start-ups? If so, become a writer for The Lemonade Stand! The Lemonade Stand is a business blog that aims to provide practical, tailored advice for young entrepreneurs to launch a start-up and excel in business competitions! We have team members in California, Illinois, Texas, and Massachusetts and are partnering with Spark Teen (a national entrepreneurship launch pad) and the Youth Economics Initiative (hosts economic competitions throughout high schools). We are looking for writers and outreach team members worldwide. More information is in the application links below.
Opportunity to potentially publish your article(s) in established research journals
Access to a community of other youth entrepreneurs to find potential collaborators on projects and gain immediate feedback on your ideas
Opportunity to interview professors/entrepreneurs in a monthly podcast
Learn to convey ideas effectively and write...
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is currently offering internships under Visiting Student Research Program (VSRP).
KAUST VSRP is an exciting opportunity for highly qualified international students in their baccalaureate or post-baccalaureate studies to be engaged in research with faculty mentors in selected areas of research. Each internship typically lasts from three to six months.
To get more exciting opportunities like this, at your fingertips, install the Youth Opportunities Mobile App here from your cellphone. At KAUST, collaboration is valued over competition. Their faculty, students, postdocs and researchers come together to explore novel ideas in water, energy, environment and food to bring solutions to society.
VSRP interns may participate in the program through one of the University’s three academic divisions: Biological and Environmental Science and Engineering; Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Science and Engineering; or Physical...
PiMA - Projects in Mathematics and Applications
PiMA - Projects in Mathematics and Applications
PiMA is a non-profit project founded by Mathematics enthusiasts from some of the major universities in the world. We strive for assisting and mentoring students in Vietnam who are curious to learn about Mathematics and its applications.
This year's topic is Deep Learning and the main language is Vietnamese.
Full description can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/pima-projects-in-mathematics-and-applications/pima-2019-the-mathematics-of-deep-learning/1262215610610135/?fbclid=IwAR17s0HhSyRgAJ3waJEkcN_oFPuNJCo8vhfsBSaH0T-ngT8gmbznEdbzKfQ
The deadline for the application is June 20th 2019
UAE - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Tomorrow’s innovators practice imaginative thinking and teamwork. FIRST LEGO League teams research a real-world problem such as food safety, recycling, energy, etc., and are challenged to develop a solution guided by adult coaches. They also must design, build, program a robot using LEGO MINDSTORMS® technology, then compete on a table-top playing field. FLL is not just robotics competition.
FLL includes 4 Judging Categories: Robot Game: Where teams will program their robots to solve mission that they get in FLL Challenge set Project: Team will bring their research work based on the theme Trash Trek. Either a powerpoint presentation or a poster presentation. Core Values: Teams can bring their posters showing their journey from the day they started preparation until the day they received the solution. It is related to gracious professionalism, teamwork and more. Robot Design: Judges will observe designs of the robot made by the team to solve robot game missions. This...
Do you want to participate in renowned Model United Conferences on the world stage?
Challenge yourself against the best at two of the world’s most prestigious universities - Harvard & Yale
Be immersed in a stimulating learning environment with other like-minded students from across the world and accelerate your growth.
Participate in the Harvard and Yale Model United Nations Conferences
Intensive program of workshops, policy exercises and debates
Meet with global experts, alumni and ambassadors
Exclusive visits to the United Nations, the Pentagon and Tiger Global Management
Boost your knowledge, skill-set and network to kickstart your career
Explore some of the world’s top universities to see the opportunities that they could open for your own future.
New York University
This is a fantastic opportunity for aspiring High School students to develop research skills in a chosen discipline of their interest alongside an experienced Postdoctoral Fellow.
Students will complete a small independent research project in a specific discipline that they are passionate about and will receive expert guidance from their mentor. They will work towards developing a suitable research question, design appropriate research methods and work towards the completion of an essay, report, thesis, or paper, as deemed appropriate.
Many students are fascinated by the prospect of working on a high-level research project and benefit greatly from early academic exposure. The experience is a valuable asset for students preparing for their College career.
Selected students will have a specific number of direct contact hours with their mentor (between 10 to 30 hours) over a period of 3 to 6 months, during which they will receive guidance for their...
TedED is a student-led club at Dubai International Academy. The TED-Ed Clubs program aims for students to discover, nurture, explore and present their big ideas in the form of short, TED-style talks. The educators interact with 50+ students every Thursday for 50 minutes discussing the various explorations and indulging in a debate. This is only available for students who attend the Dubai International Academy.
For more information, please click here .
The Dubai International Academy’s EcoClub is a student club based at the school which focuses on environmental education, conversation, and sustainability. The EcoClub benefits students as it provides them with a platform to grow and develop their skills in sustainability and the environment. This is only available for students who attend the Dubai International Academy.
For more information, please click here .