1. Leadership Initiatives Internship Program
Ambassador recipients will work directly with Leadership Initiatives Internship Program Team.
Leadership Initiatives partners Ambassadors with US-based mentors from the Leadership Initiatives community of supporters.
Potential mentors include some the United States top business executives, legal specialists, professors from Harvard and Georgetown Universities, NASA Scientists, Federal Law Enforcement Officers, Members of The State Department, Medical Doctors from DC-based hospitals and the National Institute of Health, World Bank and Top Embassy Officials.
Over the course of 12 months, these mentors work with students to help navigate the way to their future colleges and careers by conducting mentorship calls. Each qualified Ambassador is entitled to four separate mentorship calls and can be from varied fields or the student can elect to speak to four different experts in one field of interest.
Once the student has spoken and worked with Leadership Initiatives select mentor base, the Leadership Initiatives Internship team will work to get the student references, letters of recommendation and give the student internship application assistance and access to additional internships they may not have available to them. Leadership Initiatives staff will work to ensure the student ambassador receives the best internship possible for the summer of their graduation year of high school or freshman year of college.