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
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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 .
The Canadian Junior Leadership Experience (CJLE ) is an opportunity for middle-school (Grade 6 to 8) students to learn about business across various fields and demonstrate their knowledge in a competition judged by esteemed industry professionals. Participants will have the opportunity to: Learn fundamental concepts by attending workshops delivered by experienced business students. Compete with participants across the country in an intense competition judged by esteemed industry experts. Enrich their personal and professional skills through exclusive activities delivered at the culminating event: the Canadian Junior Leadership Conference (CJLC).
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.
A virtual writer's room for future screenwriters and filmmakers. The aim of this club is to help young and aspiring screenwriters develop their craft through cooperation with fellow screenwriters in online sessions. In this club we will give feedback on each other's work, discuss films and come up with stories together. This club should place each of us in an environment where we will feel motivated and encouraged to share thoughts and ideas as well as use our knowledge and experience to help each other perfect our skills and understanding. Networking is vital in this industry and therefore by engaging with people who have similar goals to us, we will be able to create meaningful connections with similar-minded individuals.
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...
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...
I’m calling anyone interested in Business, Economics, Finance, Management Consulting, or any related field to join Boost NXT!
At Boost NXT, we are aiming to prepare the next generation to be consultants. By consultants, we mean excellent Problem Solvers, Analysts, Communicators and much more. These exact skills are needed in any field you would want to go into in the near future.
We have weekly sessions with an Ex-KPMG Director where we will deep dive into a case study and solve it together. While doing so, we will test and develop every participant’s problem-solving, communication, and analytical skills.
Prepare yourself to be super employable in the future!
Join Boost NXT.
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.
(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....
EtonX Future Skills courses are for students aged 14 – 20 to help enhance their academic performance today and prepare them for a successful future at university and in the workplace. The courses are 100% online and allow students to use their time constructively and gain an extra qualification with an EtonX certificate at the end of their course.
University Interview Skills
Creative Problem Solving
Job Interview Skills
Making an Impact
Our Self Study courses are flexible, allowing students to work through the content at their own pace. They will gain access to 7 – 10 hours of highly engaging and interactive learning materials full of scenario-based decision tasks, video interviews with subject experts and interactive reading tasks. Our course materials encourage students...
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 email@example.com 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:
Project 18- (18Minus) aims to provide Viet teenagers with reliable information about sex ed and mental health and empower youth to make informed decisions regarding their body and mental health. To learn more about 18-, please visit our website here.
We are recruiting passionate designers and head of design for our Facebook page. The designers are responsible for:
Drawing mainly media illustrations for posts (one- two per week) and for stories if needed
Laying out and incorporating the written content into the illustrations
If you think you can contribute to the greater growth of Project 18-, please get contact with us at
firstname.lastname@example.org . We look forward to working with you!
Has COVID-19 suspended your extracurriculars? Looking to turbocharge your university applications? Excited at the prospect of winning a mentorship session with the philanthropist and billionaire investor, Julian Robertson, the 38th Prime Minister of New Zealand, Sir John Key and the Founder and CEO of Crimson, Jamie Beaton?
The Tiger Global Case Competition is the world's first global, online business case competition for high school students, delivered by our Principal Partner Tiger Global Management and our Official Sponsor PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Compete in teams of 3 or 4 to step into the shoes of a CEO and develop solutions to a real-world business' challenges in a set timeframe. Winning strategies require attention to detail, creativity, and business acumen.
In addition to world-class prizes, the Tiger Global Case Competition will allow you to experience the exciting world of business, develop key teamwork and problem-solving skills and build a high-impact CV for your...
Although the pandemic has caused much of the world to come to a standstill, we believe innovation and ingenuity have not ceased to exist, especially in students who have experienced the effects of COVID-19 firsthand. As a team of four motivated high school upperclassmen, we started AstraHacks, a female-led hackathon that aims to empower high school students to design an application that targets a problem being faced by society during the COVID-19 pandemic. AstraHacks 2020 will be a nine-day event starting on August 28th with guest speakers, expert mentors, workshops, and prizes. We are hoping to provide inspiration to many students whose summer programs have been canceled and would love to have you stand in support with us.
The hackathon takes place from August 28th, 2020 to September 6th, 2020. For more details, our Website is: https://tinyurl.com/astrahacks
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...
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...
Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Project Hue is a non-profit organization, founded in 2019 in Vietnam and the United States with a goal to provide support for the most in-need children in Vietnam through fundraising art and craft projects. Moreover, Project Hue constructs a fun community built upon creativity and service for Vietnamese youth through art and craft fundraising projects. The final products will be sold on our website, Facebook page, or through our sales volunteers. All profits made will be donated to empower children out of poverty.
More information can be found at https://projecthue.wixsite.com/projecthue?lang=en or our Facebook Page
Project Hue là một tổ chức phi lợi nhuận được thành lập vào năm 2019 tại Việt Nam và Hoa Kỳ với mục đích gây quỹ giúp đỡ trẻ em có hoàn cảnh khó khăn ở Việt Nam thông qua những dự án mỹ thuật. Đồng thời, Project Hue là một sân chơi sáng tạo và bổ ích dành cho các bạn trẻ Việt...