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Increasing Education Access in Underserved Youth Communities
June 24 @ 12:00 PM
Yale alums have experienced a unique and world class education. And while educating aspiring leaders in scholarship and research is paramount in the Yale mission statement, so is service to all sectors of society, in an environment that supports free exchange of ideas through diverse, ethical, and inclusive experiences. This webinar will explore topics surrounding the educational access and opportunities that the panelists have helped to create through service work during and beyond their time at Yale. Each a Yale-Jefferson Public Service Award recipient, the featured speakers will discuss their work in the context of the current landscape, and ways in which the service community can become more involved.
You will hear from speakers Ariel Horowitz ’19 MUS, a highly decorated classical violinist, Founder and Artistic Director of the Heartbeat Music Project, Zlatko Minev ’18 PhD, Quantum Physicist at IBM Quantum and Founder of Open Labs, an organization that opens pathways for underrepresented and underprivileged young scholars to pursue careers in the sciences, and Ian Tuski ’15 MUS, Director of Development for Provost Initiatives at the University of Texas at Austin. This webinar will be moderated by Aaron Shipp ’96, Founder and CEO of The Ivy Edge, LLC, a college admissions consulting where he strives to be a trusted advisor to students and families across the globe who are applying to top-tier American colleges and boarding schools.
THIS WEBINAR IS BROUGHT TO YOU IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CAREERS, LIFE, AND YALE, YALE DAY OF SERVICE, AND YALE ALUMNI SERVICE CORPS. By registering for this webinar, you agree to share your email with these groups for future communications.