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Winter Programs by Yale and Harvard

Applications open for winter programs by Yale, New York University and Harvard Student Agencies at Harvard University

Learn with Leaders is excited to release a list of winter programs scheduled in the month of January. We have lined up an interesting set of programs by Faculty at Yale University, Faculty at New York University, and Harvard Student Agencies at Harvard University that aim at helping students explore their interests discover new ones, pick up new skills and networks.

Details of the upcoming January programs are as follows:

1. Mini MBA by Harvard Student Agencies at Harvard University and Faculty at New York University

A Master’s Degree in Business Administration often leads to path-breaking experiences and career growth. With our 5-Week Mini MBA Program, we aim to train high school students in business skills and give them a chance to pitch to real investors in a “Shark Tank”-like format. Students will learn creativity and apply it to develop exceptional business plans and grow as future leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs. They will understand the roles of CEOs, CFOs, Managers, Accountants, Market research, Sales teams, and others who are vital to any company’s growth. The best teams get cash prizes, certificates, micro-funding, and so much more!

Certificates will be given directly by Faculty at New York University and Harvard Student Agencies at Harvard University. 

Duration – 5 weekends

Program Start Date – 15th January 2022

Eligibility - Grades 8th to 12th

Early Application Deadline - 7th January 2022

Early Program Fee - USD 640

Regular Program Fee – USD 800

Mode – Live Zoom sessions (video conferencing)

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2. Artful Leadership and Critical Thinking,” by faculty from Yale University:

The Artful Leadership and Critical Thinking Program by Ximena Benavides, faculty at Yale University use techniques of curiosity, observation, listening, empathy, analysis, and expression to nurture cross-cultural sensibilities. The program aims to build a playful approach towards problem-solving that goes beyond the obvious. During the program in Yale University’s course style, students will engage in a detail-oriented observation of modern and contemporary artwork from Yale University Art Gallery (YUAG)—the oldest U.S. university-based art gallery—and global contemporary artists. The program is based on Harvard Graduate School of Education Project Zero’s Art of Looking pedagogy and Visual Thinking Curriculum. It lets you look at Art through fresh angles and arrive at unique new interpretations of life, logic, and learning.

A Letter of Participation will be given by the faculty at Yale University. 

Program Duration:  6 weeks (Every Saturday)

Program start date: 22nd January

Eligibility: Grades  8th – 12th

Early Application Deadline - 12th January 2022

Early Program Fee - USD 720

Regular Program Fee: USD 900

Mode: Live Zoom sessions (Online)

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3. Scholars in Leadership & Communication program by Harvard Student Agencies program at Harvard University

The unique curriculum combining effective communication and leadership skills focuses on fostering young minds to develop critical skills and confidence to shape the world of tomorrow. These transformational sessions are spread across 7 weeks to get them ready to be a thought-leader and produce his/her very own TED Talk at the end of the program.

Program Takeaways: (1) Leadership (2) Communication (3) Creativity (4) Marketing

Certificates will be given directly by Harvard Student Agencies at Harvard University. 

Duration: 7 weeks (only Saturdays)

Program Start Date: 29th January 2022

Eligibility: Grades 7-12

Early Application Deadline - 19th January 2022

Early Program Fee - USD 570

Regular Program Fees: USD 710

Mode: Live Zoom sessions (Online) 

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Do browse our upcoming programs here (brochure attached as well). 

Please feel free to reach out to me for any clarifications or schedule a call with us.