VISION is an all-expense paid, 4-day, 3-night program that will take place on the University of California, Berkeley campus. This program is meant as an opportunity not only for high school students to gain the necessary tools to harness their leadership potential, but it is also a chance for mentors to grow as facilitators and instill change within motivated youths. Each year, VISION hosts a theme.
VISION recognizes and understands the significance of the historical, cultural and contemporary issues the Vietnamese and Vietnamese American communities face. VISION aims to foster and encourage high school students to take away what they learn and gain from our program to become leaders of their own communities. Fundamentally, VISION empowers students to embrace their individual identities as well as the heritage of the Vietnamese culture.
Even though, VISION is operated by the Vietnamese Student Association at UC Berkeley, students do not need to be of Vietnamese descent to apply! All students are encouraged to apply. This is open to students from 9-12th grade regardless of race, gender, background, GPA and socioeconomic status. This is a great opportunity. Applicants will be chosen based on their interest and enthusiasm as well as their potential to grow as leaders. To determine whether an applicant fulfill these criteria, we will take into consideration only the quality of their personal statements and never their GPA.
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If you have any questions, comments or concerns about our program, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to learn more about VISION 2017: Tenacity.