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The Engineering & Technology High School Conference will expose you to various multi-discipline platforms of engineering while providing an opportunity to explore game and web design using technology, curriculum and software developed by Microsoft. You’ll explore the overarching principles of … Continue reading
This summer you can face judge and jury and prosecute a high-profile criminal case in a courtroom at Stanford Law School. Check out the Law & Trial Conference for high school students at www.lead-america.org/high-school-student-summer-conferences/law-and-trial-at-stanford-law-school.asp.
Want to know how to pull the truth out of key witnesses in a courtroom? Check out the Law & Trial Conference for high school students at Stanford Law School at www.lead-america.org/high-school-student-summer-conferences/law-and-trial-at-stanford-law-school.asp
It’s that time of year again to nominate your students to LeadAmerica! Reward your hardworking students and recognize their dedication to education with a LeadAmerica nomination today. To nominate students, visit our educator site at http://www.lead-america.org/educator/nominate-students.asp.
#leadamerica | Mary Lyn Neuhaus, JD of Loras College, and Theron David Gertz led an insightful discussion on how to get an internship with a company and the importance of doing so as part of the Presidential Inaugural Leadership Summit. … Continue reading
Today our scholars learned that there are 1.4 billion people in the world living in extreme poverty, living on less than $1.25 a day. The Global Poverty Project presented a multi-media presentation, 1.4 Billion Reasons, to help the Presidential Inaugural … Continue reading
#leadamerica #colinpowell | Gen. Colin L. Powell’s address was absolutely fantastic! He graciously greeted & connected with our student scholars while accomplishing mission impossible: keeping everyone’s rapt attention! Photos soon to follow this post. A big Thank You to Gen. … Continue reading
#leadamerica # pilsla | Learn some fascinating facts about past U.S. Presidential Inaugurations by reviewing the history at Presidential Inaugurations: Some Precedents and Notable Events and answer the questions below. Who was the first president to be inaugurated on January … Continue reading
The 1:30pm conference has begun. Fragile States, Global Consequences; Before the Killing Begins. This seminar looks at the global challenge of nations on the brink of failure. Many of today’s policies and international institutions were specifically created to deal with … Continue reading
LeadAmerica offers you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a career field, letting you discover whether or not it is the right choice for your future. Don’t waste time and money training for a profession that you may not like. … Continue reading