The Cosmos Championship is a WSDC, Parlimatary, and Public Forum debate competition that focuses on giving students the opportunity to debate on an international and intercontinental scale . In turn, this allows them to engage with arguments from a global perspective, make worldwide connections, possibly learn a new style of debate, and debate other students who live thousands of miles away; something only the best or wealthiest debaters would normally have the chance to do, ALL FOR FREE .
To find out more and sign up, go to our website www.globaldebating.org
Any questions? Feel free to email us at email@example.com
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...
Krypto labs, in partnership with the UAE Space Agency is an exciting opportunity for selected students to be inspired and learn more about Space. Their Laboxatory programs are the only providers of education in space sciences and have grown their network in providing challenging education for students across the UAE in collaboration with the UAE Space Agency and Emirates Foundation.
Students with an interest in exploring the likes of Bootcamp Space Robotics, Crash Course Space Robotics, Spacepreneur, and the chance to be an Intern for the Space Simulator will benefit from this opportunity.
Internships for Purchase - for purchase price inquiry apply here at https://forms.gle/viBCtDthWz5bc8PU9 - internship prices begin at 4,000 USD.
U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Tranquility Base, Huntsville, AL, USA
The Space camp program is geared towards teaching students STEM principles, space and flight history, and how to work together in teams. Participants called "Trainees" will also experience complete simulated space missions, and learn what it really means to be an astronaut.
Program instruction is aligned with the national science and math standards. The experience is framed with amidst a backdrop of mankind’s greatest technological achievements in space hardware. Trainees will have the opportunity to explore the historic artifacts housed at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center.
Each year, trainees of all ages travel from across the United States and 150 countries to participate in this program.
For more information visit the official website at: https://www.spacecamp.com/whyspacecamp
The Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) is a four day international simulation for high school students held annually in Boston. The event offers delegates insight into the working of the United Nations by assuming the roles of world leaders.
HMUN creates an opportunity for young leaders to debate on pressing international issues and draft creative solutions.
For more information visit the official website here .
Law Insider is a legal website that publishes articles on legal topics happening in the world today and reports on legal current events around the world. All the articles are written by high school students and reviewed and edited by a talented board of International School Students all around the world
This website serves to provide students with an opportunity to share their work as well as develop more knowledge about the world today on an array of topical legal issues. Not only that but it opens a new door to a different demographic, informing high school students all around the world about these issues and allows them to read short articles written by individuals their own age that can inspire them to not only be interested in law but take a stance against current world issues.
The website covers many different purposes, the main focus will be on the publishing of articles, but there will be a student spotlight tab, highlighting work that different students have done...
Am I only looking for programmers/coders? No, art designers, user-interface designers, and game/program testers would also be important.
What will be the ideal amount of people in the club? 8-10 people...
The International Youth Law Conference is an event that offers a lot of opportunities for students to connect with others that have the same passion, participate in legal workshops and keynote speeches hosted by top-tier lawyers, and engage in open discussion sessions. It is an online conference that is free of charge for all students with legal workshops hosted by professional lawyers, and law students as well as keynotes by influential individuals in the legal field. The event is continued to a second day that entails a case analysis competition hosted in a MUN Crisis style and attendees will be given the case hours before the 'trail' and will receive further clues along the way.
We plan to break down ongoing news headlines and events in a child-friendly manner so that a younger audience can understand what is taking place around the world. This job would entail someone knowledgable in current events choosing one event per week each and writing about it in a manner that young children [elementary-middle school age] would be able to pick up.
This job will generally include publicizing each week's journalism post in a way that attracts an audience from a variety of age groups, with engaging graphics and efficient social media usage to gain a large following and traffic to the website in general.
Erudite Vision provides a great educational opportunity to educate young children in topics often overlooked in many school curriculums and those that many others struggle with. These courses are offered to elementary, middle, and incoming high school students that would like to learn more about programming (Python, C++, Java), public speaking, finance, economics, etc. Feel free to check out our website for more information regarding our services: www.eruditevision.weebly.com
As a chapter lead, you would be in charge of finding tutors and handling enrollments within your area. You would essentially serve as the main liaison between the administrative team and your own chapter. We have pre-prepared presentations that tutors would be provided with, so your responsibility would include ensuring that they don't have any concerns about the materials, reporting back any suggestions they have, and making sure each session is able to run smoothly. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org...
Teens to Success Magazine is an online magazine dedicated to bridging the gap between the academic and real world. We will be writing and publishing articles on things teens need to know for the real world. We will also be posting infographics on social media. Some topics include finances, stocks, resume-building, etc.
Note: You don't need to know too much about these topics in order to join this project!
By volunteering with us, you will be able to meet people from across the country with similar and diverse interests. You will also be able to network with like-minded teens. You will get the opportunity to be a leader, to grow as a person, and to learn.
We are looking for talented writers and social media managers. More information about each role is listed in the respective Google Form below:
Social Media Managers: https://forms.gle/xnqevr44xJxNo26k7
Note: You can apply for more than one role! Just fill out the...
The 2021 March 13-14 Resume + LinkedIn Workshop brings together some of the finest skills you need to start on your job search!
The online workshop sessions will be split into two parts, Resume Workshop + LinkedIn Workshop.
On Saturday March 13th 4 - 6pm EST, we will have a guest speaker presenting about how to craft an ideal resume!
On Sunday March 14th 4 - 6pm EST, we will have a guest speaker presenting about LinkedIn and how to optimize your profile.
Some topics include:
- Understanding the power of LinkedIn
- Learning how to craft an effective resume
- What to include in your LinkedIn profile (and what to leave out!)
- What to include in a resume that will get you hired!
We ask for phone numbers to let you know if there are any last-minute changes due to tech issues!
OpportuniTeens (@opportuni_teens) aims to provide teens with information regarding internships, college readiness programs, and other opportunities. These various opportunities are...
Help us reach the masses with a global podcast targeted for young people!
Crimson Student, Cartin, is launching a podcast where she interviews experts to talk about global environmental issues.
But any successful podcast takes a team! We are seeking enthusiastic team members for the following roles:
International Ambassadors - Help distribute questionnaires, hosts zoom interviews, organise events and help build and expand the site to an international audience.
Editor - Edit and review content that we make, save in cloud so it can be easily accessed. Meet editing deadlines of approximately 12 days.
Social Media Manager - Help with scheduling content and post timing on platforms and helping build engagement and following
Please email Cartin to introduce yourself and tell her what role you are interested in:
We are a Student-led youth organization that helps global students connect to help change our world for the better. Our platform offers a wide range of Leadership positions to help high schoolers around the connect and raise awareness about ongoing issues globally as well as expanding students experience through virtual shadowing and talks by professionals from a wide range of careers
Any questions contact- email@example.com/ silentwolf6323 or lucunasociety_ (instagram) POSITIONS AVAILABLE :
1)CO-manager : -Help run overall organisation with the Founder -Help manage member enquires as well as overlook the executive board
2)Blog Manager : -Find ongoing issues to write about -Write 1-2 articles per month -Overlook members who wish to write articles/reports and provide support to members who wish to write. (Proofreading, editing)
3)Podcast Manager : -Create podcast ongoing issues or topic of interest -Find interesting topics each month (SERIES ETC...) -Q and...
The Portland State University High School Innovation Challenge allows students to be imaginative and design technological solutions to address important scientific issues that we face as a society. Students have the opportunity to drive the project themselves and work together in a creative and humanitarian spirit to tackle relevant large-scale problems. The challenge is student-driven; teams are paired with PSU student mentors to conduct fieldwork, identify a problem, and design a solution by applying the engineering design process. To showcase their work, students present their solutions at a final event before a panel of judges. This innovation challenge distinguishes itself from other STEM opportunities by highlighting the humanitarian impact of engineering, and how its application can have a profound impact on society. Furthermore, participants of the PSU High School Innovation Challenge are eligible to receive a $1,000 scholarship to attend the Maseeh College of Engineering...
Through Slack and Ko-Fi , Giants Network provides a virtual community café. Join us for an online learning experience!
For our Fireside Chats, we invite you to connect with our giant community for an hour and a half on Zoom for meaningful conversation, resource sharing, and relationship building.
First, you will hear from three members of the community in a panel discussion format to learn from their experiences as giants. Then, the discussion will be open for all members of the community to participate in. By the end of the event, we hope you leave the café with new friends and new ideas to explore.
So, grab a warm beverage, and let’s have some chats!
This event is kicking off our new thematic calendar. For March, we are exploring the theme of fitness and movement and how these activities lead to leadership. Through conversation as a community, we will address the following,
How movement and sports can help...
The STEM Table is a monthly, free and digital magazine for hundreds of subscribers with a STEM orientation and interest. We're open to applications on a rolling basis to join our Operations Team as a writer, editor, graphic designer, interviewer, researcher, and/or outreach representative!
We're a student organization and do not provide any benefits to position holders and contributors, however, you are entitled to a digital badge upon completion of your tenure with TST, and special member-only discounts and perks notifications!
We Don’t Hide is a reviewing blog for LGBTQIA+ teenagers written and created by allies and LGBTQIA+ teenagers. We wish to provide a safe platform for teenagers to connect with each other through the lens of LGBTQIA+ arts. We cover all forms of art: literature, movies, TV shows, plays, musicals, music, and art. The pieces we review have to be featuring LGBTQIA+ characters or created by LGBTQIA+ artists. We also write articles regarding LGBTQIA+ news in the world, for example, “Should heterosexual actors play LGBTQIA+ people in movies and TV?” Additionally, we have forums where people can discuss different forms of art. Finally, we provide a private helpline where people can voice any concerns and we can either help them or direct them to the correct sources.
You can check out the website here at https://www.wedonthide.com .
We are looking for enthusiastic writers who would be willing to write at least 1 article a week. You will have the benefit of...
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...
Sciencious is an international, non-profit organisation that plans bring STEM to the youth who lack resources by:
(1) providing a dedicating publishing platform for students to publish their own scientific article (sciencious.com),
(2) publishing our monthly digital magazine,
(3) organising monthly webinars where students can acquire valuable experiences from renowned people within the STEM field,
(4) publishing a weekly podcast where we interview scientists, teachers and successful students,
(5) tutoring students with financial difficulties.
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS SIGN UP LINK: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1MENZEie7P-tSkAEAm7R_kC9aYfoP_pDrl_JyxNJOCm4/edit
1. STEM Tutor - Tutor students online
2. Author - Interested in writing scientific reports. - Can publish regularly, at least once or twice a month.
3. Educational Content Creator - Create worksheets for tutoring lessons.