What: In a Pilot of 59 for the Future
Why: To create thought leaders and change agents among youth, preparing them to examine and address complex global issues while increasing their competitiveness for college admission and the global marketplace
How: Each Chapter will sponsor one high achieving girl in the 10th– 12th grade and provide a chapter mentor. Students will explore one major issue each month, culminating in a presentation. Presentations will be judged. The student with the best presentation on each issue will be awarded a cash prize.
When: January 2017 to May 2017
More Information Coming Soon!
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