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    Ivy Insight: Emerging Leader Program

    Ivy Insight: Emerging Leader Program

    Details

    • Listing Type: After School Enrichment
    • Entering Grade: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, PG, College
    • Program Delivery: Online
    • Session Start: January, February, March, April, May, September, October, November, December
    • Session Length: Two Months
    • Category: Career Exploration
    • Sub-Categories: STEM, Internships, Humanities
    • Minimum Cost: > $1,000
    • Gender: Coed
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    Overview

    Emerging Leader is a special 2-month program to complete an original project with guidance from educators at Stanford, MIT, Duke, and University of Pennsylvania while boosting your college acceptance chances through college coaching, mentorship, & access to an unmatched community of students. The program takes place after school and on weekends. 

    The Emerging Leader Program provides a bridge between your academic achievements and real-world experience.

    We’re using our years of admissions expertise and strategic alliances to accelerate your success.

    How Does the Emerging Leader Program Help With College Admissions and Your Admissions X-Factor?

    Colleges don’t want well-rounded students, they want a well-rounded class!

    As a college applicant, you have your:

    Metrics (GPA and scores)

    Attributes (personal characteristics)

    Experiences (leadership and service)

    Each aspect of you helps to paint a picture of your unique strengths and talents, ultimately persuading admissions officers to admit you.

    But this year, you may not have some of those metrics available. Maybe your standardized tests were canceled. Perhaps you didn’t perform your best due to the adjustments you were forced to make during online learning. Or everyone’s grades got inflated and now you’re just one of many “A” students.

    Whatever the reason, most applicants will face a challenge when it comes to metrics representation this year.

    This means your attributes and experiences will take center stage!

    But you can’t be all things to all people and hope that you’ll make a positive impression!

    You’ll have to make some difficult, yet critical, choices about where you should apply your focused time and efforts in order to create your college acceptance X-Factor! This “X-Factor” is what helps you to stand out above other applicants in highly-selective college admissions.

    Your college acceptance X-Factor is a combination of your:

    eXpertise

    A special or noteworthy talent or quality; for example, your problem-solving abilities, your desire to help others, your incredible knowledge in one topic and a demonstrated record of that expertise

    eXperience

    For example, a hurdle you overcame or an opportunity you took advantage of

    eXponentialism

    Your ability to impact your peers, organizations, and communities in a meaningful and significant way such that many people benefit from your experience and expertise

    IT’S YOUR UNIQUE X-FACTOR THAT WILL MAKE YOU STAND OUT!

    There are many ways to create the X-Factor and it can look very different for every person. It’s important to take into consideration your specific interests, talents, and strengths when deciding where to apply yourself and how to invest your time during this pivotal year. 

    Tracks to Create Your X-Factor 

    Since the X-Factor looks different for every person, we created several tracks to help you refine and supercharge your impact through our Emerging Leader Program. During one-to-one mentorship and group sessions, you will create a special project that is uniquely yours.

    Potential project options:

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Engineering with Stanford and MIT mentors

    Public Health project with Duke University mentors

    Social Science research with University of Pennsylvania mentor

    Scientific and Medical research with medical doctor mentors

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