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Are you interested in living in China for a week while gaining skills necessary for college and the work force?

YYGS-Beijing is a residential program where admitted students will live together under adult supervision and attend seven days of programming at the Yale Center Beijing in China. The curriculum is specially designed to help prepare emerging student leaders for continued success in high school, college, and beyond. For eligibility requirements, visit our website (http://yygsbeijing.yale.edu/).

NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing

NCWIT, the National Center for Women & Information Technology, is a not-for-profit organization that works to ensure that women are fully represented in the influential worlds of information technology and computing. The application for the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing opens tomorrow, September 1, 2015.

USC Shoah Foundation Junior Intern Program

The program will provide opportunities for participants to interact with testimony through IWitness activities and other multimedia resources in a collaborative and supportive environment. There will also be fieldtrip and community service opportunities. Participants will be provided with an orientation, guidance and ongoing support throughout the duration of the program. Click the link for the application.

2016 United States Senate Youth Program

Are you, or do you plan to be elected to a leadership position at H SA? Are you interested in leadership and political roles on a national scale? If so, apply for the United States Senate Youth Program. Finalists go on to compete for an all-expense paid trip to Washington, DC to participate in the week-long program. In addition to building your leadership capacity and adding the experience to your resume, it is a great opportunity to represent HSA on a national level. Click on the link for more information. All applications are due by Friday, September 25, 2015.

Girls Build LA

We wanted to let you know about an exciting new initiative (including grant funding) that is launching in September in partnership with the LA County Board of Supervisors, Metro, Bad Robot, Boeing and others. Girls Build LA empowers girls in schools across Los Angeles to highlight the challenges they face and provide them with resources to design and implement solutions that effect widespread change in their communities.

2015 Senior Class President Graduation Speech

How do we measure greatness? This is the question asked by the Class of 2015 Senior Class President, Azariah Butler. See his graduation speech here with translation done by Senior Class Vice-President, Cyntia Sanchez.
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