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Top 5 Life Skills Learned in an International Leadership Summer Program with Model UN

Posted by Caleb M. on Feb 15, 2016 12:26:33 PM

Today's blog post is from Amanda, a student at JKCP's International Leadership for Social Impact program. This summer leadership program for high school students teaches leadership skills and provide real world experience on how to be an engaged global citizen. Throughout the four week summer program students utilize the pillars of the United nations to engage with students from around the world and grow as a future leader. 

Hey everyone! My name is Amanda and I am currently a high schooler in California and guest blogger for JKCP. I am actively involved with the Model United Nations (UN) program at my school and attend conferences around the state on the weekends. Being involved in Model UN teaches you a lot of great things that you can take with you for the rest of your life! Below is a brief synopsis of my top five:


Topics: Life at JKCP, Pre-Professional Programs

Basic Golf Swing Fundamentals

Posted by Caleb M. on May 23, 2014 11:00:00 AM

Julian_Krinsky_School_of_golfThe one frame work that all golfers want to improve in their game is the swing. It does not matter if they are new to the game of golf or have been playing for ten plus years. Golfers always want to improve their swing. Why? It is so mechanical that sometimes we fall into a trap using a swing that is not helping us play better. The assumption of having a better swing is by using more power, force and strength. That sounds great and all but most of the time it is not the case. There are other facets of your swing that can help with your distance and strength of your shot. These three basic swing fundamentals are often used by beginner to tour professional golfers. 


Topics: Golf Camp

How Architecture is Changing

Posted by Caleb M. on Mar 18, 2014 9:41:00 AM


Over the past five years, professionals in the architectural industry have seen interdisciplinary collaboration and integrated practice become more popular which has changed the landscape in architectural education recently. 


Topics: Architecture at PennDesign

JKCP and charity: water

Posted by Caleb M. on Mar 12, 2014 1:03:00 PM

In 2013, many of us at JKCP were inspired by the powerful message that charity: water conveys that we became eager to team up and work towards the great cause. two-glasses


Topics: JKCP News & Updates

Technology and Social Media have changed Art

Posted by Caleb M. on Mar 10, 2014 9:58:00 AM

Many artistic professionals will tell you how difficult it is to get work seen, noticed, bought and sold.  An artist might have their work showcased at a gallery in hopes for their big break of being seen or noticed or even having their work bought.  Now a hopeful artist can create a Pinterest account with a board of all their work and even attach a price tag to it if someone is interested in buying. Or one can post their work whether it’s digital or not on Instagram and by using hashtags can attract all different audiences and target people to become loyal customers and fans of his or her future work. Summer Art Camp at University of Pennsylvania


Topics: Architecture at PennDesign

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