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.
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You will receive three certificates related to what you have learned and worked at this intern or co-op position.
Those with an interest in the following are invited to apply:
Various Interns or Co-Op Positions for Summer Students
Civics Unplugged , a community committed to empowering future American leaders, is accepting applications for their summer program. This would be a good option for civic-minded students interested in personal growth and community building. The CU Summer Camp is a completely virtual and free 10-week program that helps students find their civic purpose. Students can be nominated or apply directly. Camp starts June 1st and applications are due May 17th. (this rolling application takes ~30 minutes to complete)
DeConstructing Narratives is the UWC Kenya Short Course set to take place in Nairobi, Kenya from August 2nd to 17th 2020. It will bring together participants aged 16-19 and 16 facilitators from Kenya, East Africa and the rest of the world. The course will give participants a space to confront, with critical understanding, the narratives that shape our world today and learn how to influence the agenda moving forward. This means, understanding narratives beyond what is seen on the surface, extracting their underlying assumptions, examining their function within a potential overarching agenda and understanding their role in deconstructing them.
The short course will explore narratives relating to 3 main thematic areas; identity, governance & development, and sustainability. The short course employs the experiential learning model; hence participants will engage with material in an informal learning setting. This includes workshops, simulations, excursions, guest speakers,...
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
DIFC - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Many of our offices offer internships of varying lengths. All provide valuable insight into the world of corporate relations as well as an opportunity to see how Brunswick works. You will learn about the business critical issues our clients face. You will work with teams to support our clients in communicating with their stakeholders, the media and to Government. Our practical and entrepreneurial culture means that our interns have the opportunity to hit the ground running, helping clients navigate substantive challenges, alongside some of the world’s most experienced communications professionals. Because our clients are borderless, we operate as one firm, without financial or geographic barriers. Our interns work with colleagues from across our 24 offices around the world, supporting our clients who are facing complex, international challenges. This gives Brunswick Reach Interns the opportunity to learn from all aspects of Brunswick’s business operations. A Brunswick Reach...
The British School of Kuwait, Salwa, Kuwait
The debating club at the British School of Kuwait has had numerous success over the years and at international competitions. Each year, the team travels to different competitions. At least one of these trips is overseas. The debating club benefits students as it allows them to develop new skills and grow academically. This club is only available to students of the British School of Kuwait. For more information, please click here .
EdVenture offers a multi-activity camp program for children, young teenagers and their families in the natural surrounds of Niseko, Japan. Beyond this, it is an immersive camp experience designed to help families make the most of Japan's incredible green season through hands-on, fun, outdoor activities. The week-long program connects children from around the world, allowing them to build new friendships and develop new skills in a fun and safe environment. Most of all, the EdVenture program is more than just a "kids camp." Our program allows families the opportunity to come together and create unforgettable memories in one of the most beautiful parts of the world. For more information visit the official website here
Non-profit educational organization Summer in JAPAN (SIJ) has been offering exciting summer opportunities for youth in Japan and overseas since 2013. SIJ provides youth aged 7 to 18 from all over the world with the SIJ summer camp where they learn liberal arts workshop classes in English for seven days taught mainly by Harvard College students instructors who successfully passed both the written and interview elimination procedure. In return to teaching this camp, the university students instructors are welcome to explore exciting “not in the guidebook” opportunities to discover Japan. SIJ provides international flights, accommodation, a wide range of Japanese cuisine from traditional sushi, tempura ramen and Japanese sake to Italian or French dishes with locally grown ingredients such as wagyu beef, brand-named fish and fresh vegetables, as well as a variety of cultural activities including a zen-style temple stay, Japanese calligraphy and flower arrangement, karaoke, games,...
We need to create a new future. We have to think about how we can utilize science and technology, which problems we should solve, and how. To shape the future, it is the past that we should learn from. The important thing is not only seeing the future but also taking the future as a continued story from the past. Researching history tells us how our predecessors perceived the world and human nature. Every lecture, workshop, and experiment will offer a historical perspective. We will explore history not only as a set of events in the past but as a stem which extends into the future. For more information visit the official website here
VALT stands for Virtual Active Learning Trip. VALT is a study trip. Participants have an opportunity to learn from Harvard students. Harvard students become mentors of the participants and teaches active learning and leadership to the participants. For more information visit the official website here
An opportunity to work together with students from Harvard University to think critically about topics and issues changing our world. For those of you interested in studying abroad and for anyone interested in expanding your horizons this is a wonderful opportunity for you to connect with the world without having to leave Tokyo. SLICE teams up globally minded Japanese youth with a diverse team of Harvard mentors to think critically about ourselves and the world we live in. Through a series of original workshops and activities, you’ll be challenged to think about global issues from new perspectives, reflect on the contribution you hope to make to society in the future and refine your ability to share your thoughts and ideas. The program runs in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where the only mistake you can make is trying to be perfect. For more information visit the official website here
The 2020 ACE (Academic and Cultural Experience) Program is an exciting and unique study abroad experience at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU), an international university in Beppu, Japan. The program is conducted entirely in English. High school students grade 10 and above at the time of this program are welcome to apply. We are holding the program twice this year, and you can choose Option① or Option② based on your availability. As a participant in this program, you will engage in workshops and group work focused on the themes of language and culture while being fully immersed in APU’s diverse environment. Through these activities, you will develop your multicultural understanding and intercultural communication skills. This program also includes a homestay and other activities with the local community, where you will experience authentic traditions and the hospitality of Oita Prefecture. For more information visit the official website here
TOMODACHI Honda Global Leadership Program was established in 2018, building on the TOMODACHI Honda Cultural Exchange Program conducted from 2014 to 2016, where participants were selected from among high school students from the Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake. For more information visit the official website here
ImagineEx Summer Camp is an excellent opportunity for students who want to study abroad. The program gives SAT tutoring seminars, essay support, and assistance for the application process. Students also have the opportunity to think about their future career goal. The Medical Program focuses on especially social problems in rural areas. They learn and experience how to solve medical problems in rural areas such as Shikoku region. For more information visit the official website here
ImagineEx Summer Camp is an excellent opportunity for students who want to study abroad. The program gives SAT tutoring seminars, essay support, and assistance for the application process. Students also have the opportunity to think about their future career goal. For more information visit the official website here .
Good Try Japan is a program for high school students who want to learn about the reality of global companies, or the latest technology in America. There are five programs which would provide them a lot of opportunities. One of the programs visits famous American companies, startup businesses, and has the chance to meet Japanese professionals in the US. Another program provides campus tour at Stanford University and workshop of design thinking. For more information visit the official website here .
The Asia Pacific Youth Exchange (APYE) is a unique opportunity for young people to integrate into action-oriented SDG initiatives in response to regional needs. By simulating SDG policy formulation and project planning, delegates engage in a holistic program that empowers them to be developing leaders. For more information visit the following websites
・APYE Manila ・APYE Thailand
Takayama Global Summer Fest's primary goal is to train global leadership skills such as; problem-solving skill, debate/discussion skill, creativity, and team building. 4 Super Global High schools (SGH schools) in Tokai area (Nagoya Asahikawa High School, Mijyodai High School, Yokkaichi High School, and Takaoka High School), plus one associate school (Takayama Nishi High School) will get together and organizes the event. By providing some lectures from international students and professors, students can learn more about global leadership during the 4-day camp. For more information visit the official website here
At the Global Leadership Forum (GLF) they empower international youth through experiential education to foster social justice at local and global levels. Their curriculum goal is to internalize and reflect on the UWC core values by experiencing personal growth, communicating effectively, and bridging the individual with society. During the 18 days, they challenge their participants to step out of their comfort zones. GLF aims to develop more confident, skilled and empowered makers of positive change, through deliberate community engagement with supportive educators and partners in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. They also challenge the participants to respectfully explore their belief systems and learn from the perspectives of their peers. The current mix of the program participants brings diverse viewpoints from over 15 countries spanning five continents. For more information visit the official website here