New Delhi [India], August 30 (ANI/NewsView): This turned out to be a spectacular series of summer workshops, one of the largest ever organized by Learn with Leaders (LwL). Conducted in partnership with the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (Harvard HPAIR), the workshop was a first-time gathering for Indian high school students, an event that allowed them to connect with nearly 40 Harvard mentors to brainstorm and stir- brainstormed on some of the pressing issues of our time and also gave them crucial insights into higher education at Ivy League institutions.
Held in four schools – over three hundred students from Delhi-NCR showed up for the workshops. But it wasn’t just the youngsters—parents were soaking up the atmosphere, too, interacting with Harvard mentors as enthusiastically as their daughters and sons had. Emphasizing the same, Bejoy Suri, Co-Founder, Learn with Leaders, said, “The Leadership Summer Institute ended on a perfect note and we thank our partner HPAIR for coming from the United States. United to interact with our students and help them grow This was one of LwL’s biggest networking events and given the positive response it received, we are very motivated to organize more events like this across the country.”
The goal of the Summer Leadership Institute was to provide students with exposure to Ivy League institutions and to equip them with basic leadership skills. The contingent of more than 35 Harvard mentors not only achieved their goal, but also filled the students with hope and enthusiasm. The day-long workshop never seemed to end as the students continued to interact with the mentors and picked their brains on nearly every topic and engaged in a wide range of activities, working to solve problems of the real world. Students also learned to develop practical solutions, with mentors helping them individually to create action plans based on creative and critical problem-solving skills. “We are very pleased with the response to the workshop hosted by Learn with Leaders. Students turned out in large numbers and were very passionate about interacting with us and picking our brains on a plethora of topics. We look forward to to see them at Harvard University in a few years and are confident that they will become the leaders of tomorrow,” said Joaquin Cortacans Sosa, Co-Chair of Harvard HPAIR.
Held at four schools in NCR Delhi, namely Shiv Nadar School (Noida), Scottish High International School, Tagore International School and Step by Step, the Summer Leadership workshop ended this week on a high note. The in-person workshop was attended by students in grades 8-12 during which participating students received certificates by Learn with Leaders and Harvard HPAIR. It was almost like a dream come true for the students because in addition to learning valuable skills, they were able to bond and befriend IVY league mentors, global thought pioneers and peers from around the world. Speaking on the same topic, Vedica Saxena, Project Director, Tagore International School, said, “Workshops like Harvard’s HPAIR Leadership Summer Institute are important for students to gain an early perspective even before to have graduated. They had the opportunity to learn and reflect with people. of diverse mindsets and regions, which is great learning without having to physically travel overseas. They exchanged the best ideas, put on their thinking hats, developed skills such as problem solving, communication, innovation, team management and positive thinking which are the basis for developing/refining personality students to become future leaders. »
The future of education is global and Learn with Leaders is a pioneer in this field. Offering groundbreaking learning and mentorship opportunities to high school students, they help them connect with high-performing faculty and students from some of the world’s top universities. Learn with Leaders challenges the boundaries of conventional education to create a globally connected ecosystem that fuels the networking and mentoring needs of high school students. Global education initiative leverages programs, competitions, workshops, fireside chats, and more beyond the classroom, hosted by international faculty, Ivy Leaguers, and other mentors elite student-run organizations.
They offer high school students a platform to build ideas, connect with transnational peer groups, develop diverse cultural knowledge, explore leadership skills and stimulate their capacities for change. Their collaborations include Harvard Student Agencies (HSA), Center for Sustainable Development & Global Competitiveness (CSDGC) at Stanford University, Harvard Graduate Women in Science & Engineering (HGWISE) and MIT Solv(ED), UCLA Extensions, Faculty at NYU, and many others. With a vision to inspire the next generation to emerge as future changemakers, innovators, and problem solvers, Learn with Leaders teaches students to use creativity and lateral thinking skills to explore solutions to real-world problems. and the UN SDGs. From CAS projects, Model United Nations and research ventures to entrepreneurial dreams and debating skills, LwL is a hub for narratives that lack space in school curricula.
For middle and high school students, the learning potential is limitless, and Learn with Leaders helps them dream the impossible. The Harvard College Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) is a non-profit organization founded 30 years ago to create a forum for exchange for young professionals and world leaders to discuss and learn on the most important economic, political and social issues. problems facing the planet. The mission is to connect the best leaders of today with the future leaders of tomorrow in a dynamic exchange forum.
Since 1991, HPAIR has organized 43 conferences in 15 different host countries, touching the lives of more than 10,000 students and young professionals. HPAIR hosts two student-led conferences per year – one on the Harvard campus and one in Asia-Pacific. This story was provided by NewsSee. ANI shall in no way be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/NewsSee)
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