Limited Space ( est. 20 ) left for Dec 10 Innovations Event. Professionals attending the event from organizations including: Google, AppNexus, BlackRock, HSBC, Rubin Foundation, Parnassus Productions, Village Capital, Vimbly, Wildsight Productions, The Nature Conservancy …
Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm
Panel Discussion & Networking Event @ 620 Eighth Av 32 FL
LEARN AND NETWORK!!
RESERVE NOW! http://innovations-in-education.eventbrite.com/
International Leadership Foundation’s 2014 Civic Fellowship Program - paid summer internship opportunity
2014 Civic Fellowship program by the International Leadership Foundation. The program offers an 8-to-10 week summer internship opportunity which includes matching selected fellows with a US government agency in Washington DC, weekly seminars and events, as well as a small stipend. If you know any qualified APA undergraduates who may be interested in learning about government, please forward the attached information.
The International Leadership Foundation’s goal this year is to recruit approximately 30 students from the diverse Asian-American community.
In order to be selected to receive a Civic Fellowship with the International Leadership Foundation, the student must apply through their website at www.ileader.org by February 1, 2014 and meet the following criteria:
• U.S. Citizen.
• Must have at least one parent of predominantly Asian or Pacific Islander heritage.
• An Undergraduate college student from a University, in year sophomore and above.
• Completed 30 semester credit hours or equivalent.
• Maintained at least a 3.0 GPA (or equivalent).
PLEASE JOIN US!
Zoomdojo and the Bates New York City Business Network will host a panel discussion and networking event exploring Innovations in Education. Our panelists are entrepreneurs in secondary and higher education and they will discuss the real-life educational solutions that they have implemented. The discussion will cover a wide range of topics including the role of a liberal arts curriculum in fostering women’s leadership in Asia; local and global solutions to the problem of student disengagement; the impact of new educational technologies in the classroom; and the use of animation and other media to develop career skills in science, technology, engineering and math.
Basil Kolani, Director of Information Services and Head of Technology at Dwight School, the New York-based flagship of a family of international schools with campuses in New York, London, Vancouver Island, and Seoul and Co- curator of TEDxNYED conference.
Lissa Moses Johnson, Founder and President of Mosa Mack: Science Detective an animated web series designed to expose students to the thrill of problem solving while empowering girls and children of color in science.
Samuel C. Silverstein, M.D., John C. Dalton Professor of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, Professor of Medicine, and Founder and Director of Columbia University’s Summer Research Program for Science Teachers.
Mona Sinha, Trustee at Smith College, Co- chair of Smith Women Leading Change, and founding member of the Asian Women’s Leadership University, focused on empowering women as future leaders of Asia, being established in Malaysia.
Where: Seyfarth Shaw LLP, 620 Eighth Avenue, 32nd Floor, NY, NY 10018
When:Tuesday, December 10, 2013; 6:30-9:00pm
What: Panel Discussion followed by networking & light refreshments
$10 per person
Space is limited, register now!