TeenSHARP still seeking youth participants
Posted by TeenSHARP on August 31, 2015
TeenSHARP is still accepting applications for the College Access Ambassador Program (10 days remaining before the FINAL deadline – September 10th)
TeenSHARP is looking for intellectually curious and passionate students in grades 9th through 11th for its College Access Ambassador Training. The program is designed for high-achieving high school students who are striving for academic excellence and have a passion for their community. During their four-year training as College Access Ambassadors students develop strong personal habits, deep understanding of the college admissions process, grapple with social justice issues, and build superior leadership skills. TeenSHARP students are accomplishing great things at a young age: they have interviewed First Lady Michelle Obama, studied in China, met US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, attended the annual TEDxTeen conference in NYC, and earned scholarships to attend some of the nation’s most selective colleges.
Apply at http://www.teensharp.org by September 10th.
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