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The 2018 9th Leadership for High School Students & 1st Sino-America Leadership for High School Students Convention was a great success with the participation of our American team. We sent 25 students from 8 states. They were from 13 top schools in the States. We submitted 14 excellent projects and went through all three rounds of competitions. The team brought home 5 outstanding awards , 3 first place awards for projects and 4 outstanding individual leadership awards. The above image gallery depicts a vivid life of all participants in the event. Now we are looking forward to the 10th convention in 2019. Please join us to crash the crowd with your energy of leadership enthusiasm
There were over 1600 students from around the world attending this event. If you want to take a peek at it, please watch this exciting video below (in Chinese). Want to get more information? Go to our leadership program page from the menu or click here. Want to be our leadership club member? Please sign up. Want to share your new ideas or want to start a discussion? Please join the forum.
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A big success for ICBG
ICBG collaborated with China's team to successfully carry out the 1st Sino-America High School Students Leadership Convention. We will continue sending more students to China for the leadership camp in 2019.
I'm Dongshan Li. I came to ICBG's English summer camp in 2014 from Wuhan. It helped me apply for Stanford University and now I am going to be a senior there.
— Dongshan Li from Wuhan, China
ICBG's Magnet Program classes are great! I cannot get admitted into the magnet program in RC MS without the help from this program. I just finished my first year in RC.
— Ed Wang from Germantown, MD
ICBG sent me to Zhongshan in 2017 for an teaching trip. I ended up making great friends there in Guangdong, China. China is so different to us and BTW I like the food there very much.
— Amy Lin from Potomac, MD