Artificial Intelligence for Social Good Summer Program by MIT Graduates

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INSPIRIT AI

we at Inspirit AI aim to prepare students of all backgrounds for an AI-powered future through personalized guided learning, critical discussions about the ethical and social implications of AI, and the opportunity to work on socially impactful projects. As part of these efforts, I’m writing to extend you a special invitation to our free Summer Activities and College Admissions Workshop which will be held on April 24th from 3pm to 4pm PST! This workshop will be led by graduate students from Stanford and MIT, who will advise and share resources on how high school students can apply their passions outside of the classroom and prepare for college admissions. We will also share resources such as our AI Project Guide for High School Students, which outlines steps students can take to build impactful personal projects.

If you are interested in attending, please register here. (You will also receive a recording of the event if you register!)

 

As a reminder, applications for our Summer programs are open here for high school students and here for middle school students until April 30th. We would greatly appreciate if you could share the note below with your families if you have not done so already. Thank you!

Artificial Intelligence for Social Good Summer Program by MIT Graduates

AI Scholars Live Online is a 10-session (25 hours) pre-college enrichment program that exposes high school students (grades 9-12) to the fundamentals of artificial intelligence and guides them to build a socially impactful project in areas including medicine, astronomy, journalism, finance, and more. Taught by our team of graduate students from Stanford and MIT, students receive a personalized, interdisciplinary learning experience with a student-teacher ratio of 4:1. We offer multiple dates and times for our Spring Semester and Summer Break programs. Students of all backgrounds may apply here (inspiritai.com/apply) by April 30th for Summer and learn more in our brochure or on our website (see here for middle school offerings). Please contact Aidan Goltra at arg2198@columbia.edu with any questions. Thank you!