Kaleidoscope (Deadline May 7th)

Two Week Summer Internship The Kaleidoscope Fellowship offers live, small-group summer classes for high school students ambitious about finding their paths & making a difference. Class topics include climate change, mental health & wellbeing, systemic racism, and more! Students will learn concepts and skills that allow them to evaluate & act on headline issues in the real world, not just read about them online. A student-directed project gives fellows the opportunity to apply what they’re learning. This is the type of project that can help them figure out their interests and show colleges what matters to them. (Our alumni often tell us they write or talk about their project as part of college admissions.) Fellows will also have access to guest speakers all summer long–entrepreneurs, philanthropists, journalists, and others with fascinating & impactful careers. Logistics: Two-week programs Start dates 6/28, 7/12, 7/26, 8/9 Class times that work coast-to-coast, or even internationally. Scholarships available–apply early Priority deadline 4/16 (Rollings Admissions so just Apply!)