[Crimson Students Only]
This peer-to-peer project provides the student with the opportunity to be mentored by a Harvard graduate and ex-Goldman Sachs alumni. This mentor specializes in investment banking, finance, and project management. The student will be able to gain valuable insights into these areas and have the chance to get hands-on experience in a rapidly growing start-up.
Participants will have the opportunity to volunteer in Cambodia with Projects Abroad and help local communities in need. You’ll contribute to ongoing development goals. You’ll experience life in this beautiful country while learning about its history and fascinating culture. Project Abroad has many volunteer opportunities in Cambodia. You can support early childhood development and teach English in kindergartens, or work at under-resourced schools. Or, travel to rural areas where healthcare services are limited, and help us provide free primary medical care. All projects are based in the capital city of Phnom Penh. When you aren’t volunteering, you can explore. Enjoy tasty dishes like Cambodian chicken curry or fresh fish amok, learn how to Apsara dance, or visit the many Buddhist temples. For more information visit the official website here
The Ship for World Youth Leaders (SWY) program, operated by Cabinet Office, Government of Japan, is a program that involves youths from Japan and countries around the world. The participants study and discuss common issues from a global perspective and participate in various activities that involve multi-cultural and multi-national exchange opportunities to cultivate international awareness and leadership. The program runs for over one month onshore and onboard the ship. 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
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 development leaders. For more information visit the following websites
・APYE Manila: http://www.apyemanila.org ・APYE Thailand: https://www.apyethailand.org/ ・APYE Korea: https://www.facebook.com/APYEprogram/
JCI Japan is a program that aims to understand international issues, make friendship with international students, and become a global leader in the future. Students can visit the United Nations in NY city and Geneva. They also have some lectures and activity in Manila. For more information visit the official website here
Global Leaders Camp is a leadership program which allows you to experience start-up businesses, discussion with global leaders, and volunteer work in Bali/Indonesia. For more information visit the official website here
KERU EXISTS TO... Improve the lives of people around us. We're a global management consulting firm with a special focus in the emerging field of social responsibility in China. We partner with forward thinkers in corporate CSR, social enterprises, non-profits, philanthropies, academic institutions and local communities, to drive impact and discover new ways of creating and sustaining value. As part of our mission, we are committed to sharing the latest thinking and knowledge of this exciting field with students who are passionate about social impact. In addition to partnering directly with schools to develop knowledge and insights, we also offer opportunities for ambitious young leaders to join our projects as co-creators of impact.
For more information visit the official website at http://www.keruknowledge.com/
Built on 30 years of experience working in 40 countries and 50 states, the Founding Directors Tony Allen, Chris Frantz and John Meislin, present the Student Diplomacy Corps. The Student Diplomacy Corps (SDC) provides opportunities and scholarships for high school students from across the nation and around the world to access dynamic international education summer programs that build college readiness, deepen understanding of global issues and unleash the potential and creativity of youth.
For more information visit the official website at https://sdcorps.org/
Run by one of Spain's most prominent scholarship sponsors and one of Madrid's most notable cultural entities, this summer camp 100 km north of Madrid programmes activities within the realm of sciences, technology and entrepreneurship for high-ability students.
Students across two age groups are presented with a problem to solve, and trained in STEAM and entrepreneurship methods they can apply to do so.
For the strategic-minded -- participating in this Campus could conceivbly a good first step towards eventually securing the Foundation's funding for graduate studies abroad.
For more information visit https://www.campusfrp.es/
United World Colleges is an international group of IB schools that prides itself in bringing together 'deliberately diverse' groups of students in its schools.
As part of this effort, they offer yearly scholarships to study at a UWC up to 10 students in Spain, funding the last two years of schooling at one of 17 locations spread around 4 continents.
UWC is one of the most recognised actors in secondary education and has the goal of promoting peace, justice, tolerance and solidarity by educating responsible, politically-aware citizens of the world.
For more information visit https://www.es.uwc.org
Habitat for Humanity is an international charity housing and shelter charity who offer a variety of programmes and opportunities for young people to get involved with housing humanitarianism.
They run a variety of youth programs which focus on volunteering and fundraising both locally within the and internationally for UK students to join.
Amnesty Youth group are self organised young persons groups affiliated with Amnesty International. These groups are focused on encouraging and engaging high school students in activism, global affairs, world politics and an understanding of human rights. Amnesty's Education and Student team willsupport and develop the youth group network. Every group receives a monthly action pack of everything they need to campaign in their school.
Amnesty will send a monthly pack to the group which contains: A full briefing on Amnesty's campaign for that month including info, actions and resources, A Youth Urgent Action - a case sheet for an individual or group in immediate danger and an action to protect them, Extra resources to download or order such as stickers, postcards, DVDs, stickers, etc, Invitations to events such as the Annual General Meeting.
Interact is Rotary International's service club for young people ages 12 to 18. Interact clubs are sponsored by local Rotary clubs, which provide support and guidance, but they are self-governing and self-supporting. Each year, Interact clubs complete at least two community service projects, one of which furthers international understanding and goodwill. Through these efforts, Interactors develop a network of friendships with local and overseas clubs and learn the importance of: developing leadership skills and personal integrity; demonstrating helpfulness and respect for others; understanding the value of individual responsibility and hard work; and advancing international understanding and goodwill. As one of the most significant and fastest-growing programs of Rotary service, with more than 10,700 clubs in 109 countries and geographical areas, Interact has become a worldwide phenomenon. Almost 200,000 young people are involved in Interact.
For more information visit the official website at: http://www.rotarybrasil.com.br/
Prêmio Prudential Espírito Comunitário is an initiative of Prudential do Brasil Seguros de Vida that awards young students for their volunteer projects in their communities. The award is the Brazilian version of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, created in the United States, where more than 120,000 young people have been awarded at the local, state and national levels since 1995.
The main goal of PPEC is to recognize young people who carry out volunteer projects with the potential to generate social transformation in their communities. For the national award, students must register their projects to be judged by a panel of experts who will then select 30 finalists to compete. After this first round, those 30 projects will be evaluated on different aspects and, at the official award ceremony, 3 finalists will be chosen to receive cash prizes to be invested in their projects, and the first two finalists will travel to the US in order to compete at the International Prudential Awards.
For more information visit the official website at: https://www.premioprudential.com.br/Home
Cidadão Pró Mundo (CMP) is a non-profit organization that aims to promote more educational opportunities for children and adults in underprivileged communities in Brazil. Volunteers can work either as English teachers or with the administrative work of CPM, helping develop the project in its different areas.
For more information visit the official website at: https://www.cidadaopromundo.org
The Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) is an active citizenship programme that raises awareness amongst young people about philanthropy and their local community. Each participating school, each year is responsible for directing a £3000 YPI grant to a local charity through a unique programme of teamwork, research and competition. YPI is all about creativity and passion, leaving the four walls of the classroom behind, and supporting the issues young people care most about.
With the YPIS, students have an opportunity to research the needs of their local community and find an issue which they passionately believe in. Identify your individual strengths, skills and weakness and support one another to be a rounded and collective team.
ComputerAid offer a variety of voluntary opportunities in a variety of different skills in marketing, ICT4D, Finance or Fundraising. ComputerAid will also publish any articles or projects you have related to sustainable IT on their blog!
CA believe that technology has become a necessity for education because it creates a better learning environment. Computers allow easy communication and access to educational resources. Today Computer Aid is one of the leading ICT4D organizations in the world. CA give ICT equipment a second life through our partners and projects around the world.
An exciting two-week summer school at The Royal Veterinary College, University of London. You will gain veterinary skills and knowledge that will be recognised by the RVC if you choose to apply.
Earn one week of veterinary experience in our globally-recognised animal hospitals and research facilities.
Get a taste of student life at the RVC and meet our student ambassadors and academic tutors.
Receive world-class teaching alongside your peers.
Explore London one of the world’s most exciting cities as well as the beauty of the English countryside.
Challenge yourself and make friends from around the world
Please note, this is a competitive programme with 50 places available to the strongest applicants. As well as being assessed on your academic suitability, we will also use the personal statement part of the application to help us decide who to offer places to. Successful applicants will be notified in May that they have a place.
Programme : Sunday 28th July - Friday 9th August 2019
Young Scot is the National Youth Information Agency, providing young people aged 12-26 with a mixture of information, ideas and incentives to help them become active, informed and confident citizens.
No formal qualification required! • Interest in the issues surrounding young people, Scotland and your digital world • Able to work within a group • Have the flexibility, commitment and willingness to travel across Scotland