Julian Krinsky Camps & Program is a prime example of what an International Leadership summer program should be. The International Leadership for Social Impact (ILSI) program takes a great number of diverse students, with unique native customs, perspectives, and social influences and teaches them how they can work together to achieve the common goals of creating a better world for one another and promoting peaceful relations among nations.
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When thinking about creating your art portfolio for college, there are a lot of things to consider. Which pieces should you include? How many mediums are appropriate? How many pieces are enough? There is a lot to decide on, but if you start early, take your time, and ask for some guidance from teachers and counselors, you should be able to create a stunning portfolio that is sure to impress an art school.
- Research schools. Every art program is looking for different criteria when accepting portfolios. Research the schools you want to go to and make sure you have what they are looking for. It might not be as simple as creating one portfolio and sending it to several schools in the same exact format. Some want pictures or your work, some want originals, some ask you to complete a specific piece. Find out what each school is looking for and make sure you tailor your portfolio to each school.
When it comes to Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs, Jackson Lee has pretty much done it all over his six summers. From tennis to cooking, to DJ’ing, to art, and more, Jackson has been with the program long enough to attend multiple programs. He now embarks on the camp’s latest location at Villanova University. JKCP prides itself on the diverse selection of classes offered to students, and in the case of Jackson, it made all the difference. This 16 year old, was able to explore and develop some interest of his through JKCP and turn them into a dream professional career. Jackson is now working with sports juggernaut Nike.
For many students, summer camp is the first time they will be away from home. This can be a very exciting experience and know what to expect can help with any first-time jitters. Here are a few things campers at JKCP can expect to experience!
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If you’ve met Julian, he’s probably asked you “howzit?” A friendly, South African greeting meaning hello, how are you, what are you up to? On our blog, we’ll share how we’re doing and hope you’ll do the same. So…howzit?
What you can read about in our blog:
- Stories and advice from previous JKCP campers
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