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At Envision, we are dedicated to enabling students to discover their career and life interests, and providing them with the skills, resources, and experiences
they need to successfully achieve their goals.
Envision has been offering experiential programs to motivated students since 1985. Envision programs have served more than 800,000 students in more than 145 countries, with programs designed to build skills through experience. The Envision family of programs offers a complete continuum of leadership and career exploration programs, incorporating the Global Young Leaders Conference, the Junior National Young Leaders Conference, Congressional Youth Leadership Council, LeadAmerica and the National Youth Leadership Forums on Medicine, National Security and Law and CSI.
The International Scholar Laureate Program (ISLP) provides extraordinary pre-professional educational opportunities for outstanding collegiate students. Offered in Australia, New Zealand, China, South Africa, and the United States, the program provides participants with a chance to further their career development and strengthen their leadership skills, while engaging in a culturally enriching experience. Participants have the opportunity to use the host country as a living classroom, where they meet with a variety of experts in their field of study and gain a global understanding of how their career of interest is practiced in the host country.
ISLP delegations are offered in the career areas of Business & Entrepreneurship, International Relations & Diplomacy, Engineering & Technology, Medicine & Science, and Nursing & Health Care. ISLP sessions are approximately one to two weeks in length and occur during the months of May and June.
High School Program
The Global Young Leaders Conference offers students from countries all over the world the unique opportunity to interact with each other and explore global leadership issues. The Global Young Leaders Conference works internationally in Europe and China. Conference staff will work with high school student leaders from around the world in Europe (Vienna, Prague, Berlin) or China (Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai).
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