More than 2,000 scholars, parents, and educators from 44 states and 10 countries gathered in Washington, D.C. to participate in Scholar’s Weekend 2017, NSHSS’s largest event of the year.
This 2-day event kicked off on Friday, August 11th, with a Global Exploration Panel, highlighting both long and short term study abroad opportunities, and a keynote from NSHSS Member, Animesh Koritana, Stanford University class of 2021 and TEDx speaker.
Day two was packed with activity starting at the historic Warner Theatre featuring a workshop about different student opportunities with the Central Intelligence Agency, a lively Keynote Speech by Mr. Claes Nobel, national scholarship winner presentations and the Member Recognition Ceremony. The afternoon sessions featured six workshops from scholarships to creative problem solving, culminating in our annual Scholar’s Day College Fair.
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Each year, the best and the brightest high school scholars, families and friends convene in D.C.
Claes Nobel delivers his "Love Sweet Love" keynote speech at the Warner Theater in DC, Aug, 2017.
Greece, Singapore, Mexico, Paraguay, England, Germany, Virgin Islands, Guam, Canada, Puerto Rico
American University, Brandeis University, Brescia University College, Central Intelligence Agency, Claflin University, Duke Kunshan University, Education First - International Language Centers, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Fisk University, Florida State University - International Programs, Goldsmiths - University of London, Guilford College, Hampton University, Health Professions Week, High Point University, Johns Hopkins University, Method Test Prep, NSHSS Fellows, Seton Hall University, Syracuse University, The Princeton Review, U World, U.S. Department of State - Bureau of Educational And Cultural Affairs (ECA), University of Alabama, University of Alberta, University of New South Wales, University of St. Andrews, University of Tennessee, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia State University