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NSLC 2017 Enrollment Application Form - Travel To Learn

  1. 1. Sec on 7: Student and Parent/Guardian Agreement 5 Sec on 5: Tui on Informa on Student Protec on Plan: The Student Protec on Plan provides a broad range of travel protec on in the event that you become ill or injured before/during your NSLC trip. The plan further covers other inconveniences like lost baggage. Read more about the protec on plan under Details & Fees. The fee for the Student Protec on Plan is: $79 - 6 day programs $99 - 9/10 day programs $120 - 18 day program I decline the Student Protec on Plan. (For details on the Student Protec on Plan, please see the Details & Fees sec on on the a ached page.) Please check one of the boxes below indica ng the amount of payment being enclosed with the applica on: Full Tui on Full Tui on + Protec on Plan A comprehensive Code of Conduct, which details guidelines for behavior and prohibits possession of such substances as drugs, alcohol, and tobacco will be included in the student’s Acceptance Packet. I understand that this form and other required forms must be signed and returned in order to par cipate in the NSLC. I further understand that failure to abide by this code of conduct may result in my immediate dismissal, return home at own expense, and forfeiture of all tui on paid. I understand that applica ons from qualified students are processed in the order received and that enrollment may exceed available spaces. I understand that this is an applica on for par cipa on in the Program and enrollment is con ngent upon approval by NSLC, in its discre on. If I am not accepted, all money paid will be returned. I understand that pay- ments must be made in accordance with the payment schedule outlined in this applica on or my enrollment may be subject to cancella on without refund. I understand the NSLC refund policy as outlined below. A faxed or emailed copy of this document shall be binding as an original. REFUND POLICY: All cancella ons must be submi ed in wri ng (email is acceptable). The following cancella on fees apply to all NSLC enrollments: If canceled by April 18, 2017 a cancella on fee of $350 applies ($500 for Ac ng Intensive). If cancelled between April 19 and May 18, 2017 a $500 cancella on fee applies ($750 for Ac ng Intensive). Cancella ons made on or a er May 19, 2017 will be subject to a cancella on fee of 100% of tui on paid. NSLC will refund all tui on paid minus the cancella on fee as indicated. No refunds will be given on or a er May 19, 2017. If an applica on is rejected or if space is not available, all deposits/payments will be refunded in full. Note: Protec on Plan fees for accepted students are non-refundable. Student Name: __________________________________ Student Signature: __________________________________ Date: _____________ Parent/Guardian Name: ___________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature: ___________________________ Date: _____________ N S L C 2017 Program Details & Enrollment Applica on NOMINATION & APPLICATION PROCESS The NSLC seeks outstanding high school students from around the world who demonstrate academic excellence and leadership ability. Students are selected to a end the NSLC in one of the following ways: School Nomina on: High school educators from across the United States and around the world nominate students based upon academic achievement and leadership quali es. Students nominated by their school are sent an invita on to enroll and are pre-approved for admission based on space availability. Alumni Nomina on: NSLC alumni may nominate a stu- dent based upon the same criteria as listed above. Talent Iden fica on Programs: Certain students are iden - fied through na onal student talent iden fica on programs, surveys, and the College Board Student Search Service. These students are recognized for their scholas c achieve- ment and strong interest in the areas of study related to NSLC programs. Qualified students are pre-approved and are invited to a end. Merit Applica on: Students who have not received an invita on are invited to apply based on academic merit, extracurricular accomplishment, and leadership poten al. A recommenda on from a school counselor, teacher or princi- pal must accompany the applica on. An educator recom- menda on form is provided by the NSLC. Merit applica ons are reviewed by the NSLC Admissions Commi ee on a roll- ing basis, so students are advised within two weeks of an admission decision. COLLEGE ADMISSIONS Upon comple on of an NSLC program, students receive a Cer fi- cate of Achievement and an official program transcript docu- men ng the extensive work performed. Students also receive a le er of recommenda on that may be submi ed to colleges as part of the admissions process. ALUMNI REFERENCES Alumni references have agreed to speak to students and parents about their experience at the NSLC. Students and parents who wish to speak with alumni references should contact the NSLC Enrollment Office. PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY Students a ending the NSLC must be between the ages of 14-18 and have completed at least one year of high school. Students may a end the NSLC through the summer following their high school gradua on. Students who will not be between the ages of 14-18 may be admi ed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the NSLC Enrollment Office for further details. NSLC STAFF NSLC students are supervised by a highly trained and experi- enced staff. Staff reside in the dorms and are on-call 24 hours a day. Students are supported by administra ve staff as well as small group facilitators or Team Advisors (TAs). Each TA is re- sponsible for guiding a small group of 12-16 students throughout their NSLC experience. The TA staff consists of upper-level un- dergraduate and graduate students who have backgrounds in the academic focus of the conference, leadership development and residen al life. Approximately 85% of the NSLC Team Advi- sors are NSLC Alumni. UNIVERSITIES & RESIDENTIAL LIFE The NSLC is a residen al program and all students are required to live on campus. Students are housed in single, double, triple or quad dorm rooms. Most meals during the program are eaten in campus dining facili es. Linens are provided. DRESS CODE For the majority of the conference, students will wear business casual or casual a re. For a few events each session, such as guest speakers or facility visits, students will be required to wear professional a re (coat and e for males, suit/slacks and blouse or dress for females). A packing checklist will be provided online prior to the conference. EMERGENCY MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION The Student & Parent Agreement that must be signed by each student and parent prior to par cipa on in an NSLC program includes an Emergency Medical Authoriza on. This authoriza on states that in the event the student becomes ill, is injured or requires emergency or other medical treatment while at the NSLC, the student and parent authorize and give full permission to the NSLC, at its discre on, to place the student in a hospital or in the care of a healthcare provider. While not required, the NSLC strongly recommends students have medical insurance when a ending their program. The op- onal Student Protec on Plan provides limited coverage for medical expenses incurred due to an illness or injury that occurs while at the NSLC. TRANSPORTATION Students are responsible for transporta on to and from the pro- gram. The NSLC offers airport pick-up and drop-off service from select local airports for $40.00-$80.00 each way depending upon airport. More informa on on this service is available on the NSLC website. Note: Students reques ng transporta on to/from the airport must arrive and depart within specific mes. Please do not make travel arrangements before receiving your ac- ceptance packet. 16 Na onal Student Leadership Conference 320 West Ohio Street, Suite 4W, Chicago, IL 60654-6566 Phone: 800.994.6752 or 312.322.9999 Fax: 312.765.0081 Email: info@nslcleaders.org Website: www.nslcleaders.org Program Days Tui on Ac ng Intensive 18 $4995 Architecture 9 $2995 Biotechnology 9 $3095 Business & Entrepreneurship 9 $2995 Engineering 9 $2995 Entertainment Management 9 $2995 Environmental Science & Sustainability 9 $2995 Forensic Science: CSI 9 $3095 Game Design 9 $2995 Intelligence & Na onal Security 6 $2295 Interna onal Diplomacy 10 $3195 Journalism, Film & Media Arts 9 $3095 Law & Advocacy 9 $3095 Mastering Leadership 6 $2295 Medicine & Health Care 9 $2995 Medicine & Health Care (San Francisco & Chicago) 9 $3095 Medicine & Health Care (Boston) 9 $3295 Nursing 9 $3095 Poli cal Ac on & Public Policy 9 $3095 Psychology & Neuroscience (D.C.) 9 $3095 Psychology & Neuroscience (Boston) 9 $3295 Sports Management 9 $2995 Theater 9 $2995 Sec on 6: Student Protec on Plan
  2. 2. N S L C 2017 P D L Ac ng Intensive Forensic Science: Crime Scene Inves ga on Medicine & Health Care (con nued) Poli cal Ac on & Public Policy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 30 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Architecture American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 Psychology & Neuroscience Northwestern University Chicago, IL August 3—August 11 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL Aug. 3—Aug. 11 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Biotechnology Game Design Rice University Houston, TX June 23—July 1 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 American University Washington, D.C. July 10—July 18 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 American University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 11 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL August 3—August 11 UCLA Los Angeles, CA June 27—July 5 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA June 24—July 2 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 UCLA Los Angeles, CA July 9—July 17 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 6—July 14 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Intelligence & Na onal Security*** Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 19—July 27 Business & Entrepreneurship American University Washington, D.C. July 8—July 13 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA Aug. 1—Aug. 9 Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 15—July 20 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 Sports Management Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 27 Nursing Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 5 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 Interna onal Diplomacy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Theater Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 American University Washington, D.C. July 8—July 17 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 31 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 12 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 Journalism, Film & Media Arts University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Law & Advocacy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 Engineering Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 11 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Mastering Leadership Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA June 19—June 27 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 25—July 30 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA July 1—July 9 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 Rice University Houston, TX June 26—July 1 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 10 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 Rice University Houston, TX June 23—July 1 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA June 19—June 27 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA July 1—July 9 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA June 25 –July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 20—July 28 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA Aug. 2—Aug. 10 Entertainment Management UCLA Los Angeles, CA June 27—July 5 UCLA Los Angeles, CA July 9—July 17 Environmental Science & Sustainability Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 Medicine & Health Care *Students a ending a program at Yale University must be at least 16 years of age on the start date of their program. INCLUDED IN TUITION The program fees include tui on, housing, all on-campus meals, course materials, academic expenses, and ac vi es. Tui on also includes chartered, air-condi oned motor coaches and counse- lor supervision for off-campus briefings and tours. 24-hour medi- cal treatment is available. Cost of any medical treatment is the responsibility of the student. Note: Students should bring spend- ing money for souvenirs, laundry, and a few off-campus meals during field trips and tours. Students will be held responsible for damage to rooms and lost room keys. REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY All cancella ons must be submi ed in wri ng or email. The fol- lowing cancella on fees apply to all NSLC enrollments: NSLC will refund all tui on paid minus the cancella on fee listed above. No refunds will be given on or a er May 19, 2017. If an applica on is rejected or if space is not available, all deposits/ payments will be refunded in full. STUDENT PROTECTION PLAN Preparing to a end the NSLC should include protec ng yourself from unfortunate occurrences that may threaten to interfere with even the best-laid plans. The Student Protec on Plan, which has been developed to meet the needs of NSLC a endees, includes a broad range of travel protec on. In the event that you become unexpectedly ill or injured before or during your trip, the plan will reimburse you for penal es that may be assessed due to cancella on or for the unused por on of your conference should it be interrupted for a covered rea- son. In addi on, the plan covers minor inconveniences like lost or delayed baggage as well as more serious problems such as an unexpected illness or injury requiring emergency evacua on back to your home. This insurance is highly recommended, but may be declined by marking the appropriate box on the enroll- ment applica on. *The Student Protec on Plan must be accept- ed or declined upon applica on. Protec on Plan fees are non- refundable. By April 18, 2017 $350 $500 for Ac ng Intensive Between April 19 and May 18, 2017 $500 $750 for Ac ng Intensive May 19, 2017 or later 100% of tui on paid N S L C 2017 E A PLEASE RETURN APPLICATION TO TRAVEL TO LEARN Sec on 1: Program Selec on (Please list your 1st and 2nd choice sessions in numerical order. If your first choice is not available you will be registered for your next available alterna ve.) Second Program A ending (complete if enrolling in two different programs) First Program A ending Choices Program Name Start Date City Example Medicine June 25 Chicago 1st 2nd Choices Program Name Start Date City Example Business July 6 New York 1st 2nd Sec on 2: Student Informa on (All informa on is for NSLC use only. ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) NSLC ID #: ___________________ Name: Last: _________________________ First: _________________________ Middle Ini al: ____ First Name for Nametag (if different than First Name above e.g. Ma vs Ma hew): ___________________ Gender: Male_____ Female_____ Student E-mail: _____________________________________________________________ *NOTE: If incorrect, you will not receive important informa on and required documents. Informa on is sent to both student and parent email address. Date of Birth: ______/_________/____________ Mailing Address: Street/P.O. Box: ____________________________________________________________City:__________________________ State: ______________ Zip Code: ________________________ Country: ______________________________________________ Home Phone: (________) ________-______________ Student Cell Phone: (________) _______-___________ Sec on 3: Scholas c Informa on (ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) High School Gradua on Year: _______________ Current Grade Point Average (GPA): __________ on a scale of: _________ High School: _________________________________________________________ School Phone: (________) ______-___________ Guidance Counselor: First Name: ________________________ Last Name: ________________________ E-mail: _______________________________ High School Loca on: Street/P.O. Box: ____________________________________________________________________________ City: _____________________________________ State: ______________________ Zip Code:____________ Country:______________________________ Sec on 4: Parent/Guardian Informa on (ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) Parent/Guardian Name: _______________________________________ Rela onship to student: ____________________________________ Parent Email: _________________________________ Address (if different from student): _________________________________________ City: _____________________________________ State: __________ Zip: _______________ Country: ____________________________________ Parent Home Phone: (_______) _______-_________ Parent Work Phone: (______) ________-_________ Parent Cell Phone: (_______) ________-_________ 2 3 4 **While program ac vi es take place on the campus of Harvard Medical School, students will be housed across the street at Emmanuel College. PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS Please contact Travel to Learn for informa on regarding pay- ment arrangements. ***Students a ending the Intelligence & Na onal Security program must be a U.S. Ci zen to a end field trips to U.S. intelligence agencies.
  3. 3. N S L C 2017 P D L Ac ng Intensive Forensic Science: Crime Scene Inves ga on Medicine & Health Care (con nued) Poli cal Ac on & Public Policy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 30 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Architecture American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 Psychology & Neuroscience Northwestern University Chicago, IL August 3—August 11 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL Aug. 3—Aug. 11 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Biotechnology Game Design Rice University Houston, TX June 23—July 1 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 American University Washington, D.C. July 10—July 18 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 American University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 11 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL August 3—August 11 UCLA Los Angeles, CA June 27—July 5 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA June 24—July 2 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 UCLA Los Angeles, CA July 9—July 17 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 6—July 14 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Intelligence & Na onal Security*** Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 19—July 27 Business & Entrepreneurship American University Washington, D.C. July 8—July 13 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA Aug. 1—Aug. 9 Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 15—July 20 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 Sports Management Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 27 Nursing Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 5 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 Interna onal Diplomacy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Theater Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 American University Washington, D.C. July 8—July 17 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 31 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 12 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 Journalism, Film & Media Arts University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Law & Advocacy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 Engineering Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 11 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Mastering Leadership Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA June 19—June 27 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 25—July 30 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA July 1—July 9 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 Rice University Houston, TX June 26—July 1 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 10 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 Rice University Houston, TX June 23—July 1 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA June 19—June 27 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA July 1—July 9 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA June 25 –July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 20—July 28 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA Aug. 2—Aug. 10 Entertainment Management UCLA Los Angeles, CA June 27—July 5 UCLA Los Angeles, CA July 9—July 17 Environmental Science & Sustainability Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 Medicine & Health Care *Students a ending a program at Yale University must be at least 16 years of age on the start date of their program. INCLUDED IN TUITION The program fees include tui on, housing, all on-campus meals, course materials, academic expenses, and ac vi es. Tui on also includes chartered, air-condi oned motor coaches and counse- lor supervision for off-campus briefings and tours. 24-hour medi- cal treatment is available. Cost of any medical treatment is the responsibility of the student. Note: Students should bring spend- ing money for souvenirs, laundry, and a few off-campus meals during field trips and tours. Students will be held responsible for damage to rooms and lost room keys. REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY All cancella ons must be submi ed in wri ng or email. The fol- lowing cancella on fees apply to all NSLC enrollments: NSLC will refund all tui on paid minus the cancella on fee listed above. No refunds will be given on or a er May 19, 2017. If an applica on is rejected or if space is not available, all deposits/ payments will be refunded in full. STUDENT PROTECTION PLAN Preparing to a end the NSLC should include protec ng yourself from unfortunate occurrences that may threaten to interfere with even the best-laid plans. The Student Protec on Plan, which has been developed to meet the needs of NSLC a endees, includes a broad range of travel protec on. In the event that you become unexpectedly ill or injured before or during your trip, the plan will reimburse you for penal es that may be assessed due to cancella on or for the unused por on of your conference should it be interrupted for a covered rea- son. In addi on, the plan covers minor inconveniences like lost or delayed baggage as well as more serious problems such as an unexpected illness or injury requiring emergency evacua on back to your home. This insurance is highly recommended, but may be declined by marking the appropriate box on the enroll- ment applica on. *The Student Protec on Plan must be accept- ed or declined upon applica on. Protec on Plan fees are non- refundable. By April 18, 2017 $350 $500 for Ac ng Intensive Between April 19 and May 18, 2017 $500 $750 for Ac ng Intensive May 19, 2017 or later 100% of tui on paid N S L C 2017 E A PLEASE RETURN APPLICATION TO TRAVEL TO LEARN Sec on 1: Program Selec on (Please list your 1st and 2nd choice sessions in numerical order. If your first choice is not available you will be registered for your next available alterna ve.) Second Program A ending (complete if enrolling in two different programs) First Program A ending Choices Program Name Start Date City Example Medicine June 25 Chicago 1st 2nd Choices Program Name Start Date City Example Business July 6 New York 1st 2nd Sec on 2: Student Informa on (All informa on is for NSLC use only. ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) NSLC ID #: ___________________ Name: Last: _________________________ First: _________________________ Middle Ini al: ____ First Name for Nametag (if different than First Name above e.g. Ma vs Ma hew): ___________________ Gender: Male_____ Female_____ Student E-mail: _____________________________________________________________ *NOTE: If incorrect, you will not receive important informa on and required documents. Informa on is sent to both student and parent email address. Date of Birth: ______/_________/____________ Mailing Address: Street/P.O. Box: ____________________________________________________________City:__________________________ State: ______________ Zip Code: ________________________ Country: ______________________________________________ Home Phone: (________) ________-______________ Student Cell Phone: (________) _______-___________ Sec on 3: Scholas c Informa on (ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) High School Gradua on Year: _______________ Current Grade Point Average (GPA): __________ on a scale of: _________ High School: _________________________________________________________ School Phone: (________) ______-___________ Guidance Counselor: First Name: ________________________ Last Name: ________________________ E-mail: _______________________________ High School Loca on: Street/P.O. Box: ____________________________________________________________________________ City: _____________________________________ State: ______________________ Zip Code:____________ Country:______________________________ Sec on 4: Parent/Guardian Informa on (ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) Parent/Guardian Name: _______________________________________ Rela onship to student: ____________________________________ Parent Email: _________________________________ Address (if different from student): _________________________________________ City: _____________________________________ State: __________ Zip: _______________ Country: ____________________________________ Parent Home Phone: (_______) _______-_________ Parent Work Phone: (______) ________-_________ Parent Cell Phone: (_______) ________-_________ 2 3 4 **While program ac vi es take place on the campus of Harvard Medical School, students will be housed across the street at Emmanuel College. PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS Please contact Travel to Learn for informa on regarding pay- ment arrangements. ***Students a ending the Intelligence & Na onal Security program must be a U.S. Ci zen to a end field trips to U.S. intelligence agencies.
  4. 4. N S L C 2017 P D L Ac ng Intensive Forensic Science: Crime Scene Inves ga on Medicine & Health Care (con nued) Poli cal Ac on & Public Policy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 30 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Architecture American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 Psychology & Neuroscience Northwestern University Chicago, IL August 3—August 11 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL Aug. 3—Aug. 11 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Biotechnology Game Design Rice University Houston, TX June 23—July 1 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 American University Washington, D.C. July 10—July 18 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 American University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 11 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL August 3—August 11 UCLA Los Angeles, CA June 27—July 5 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA June 24—July 2 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 UCLA Los Angeles, CA July 9—July 17 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 6—July 14 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Intelligence & Na onal Security*** Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 19—July 27 Business & Entrepreneurship American University Washington, D.C. July 8—July 13 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA Aug. 1—Aug. 9 Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 15—July 20 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 Sports Management Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 American University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 27 Nursing Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 5 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 Interna onal Diplomacy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Theater Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 American University Washington, D.C. July 8—July 17 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Fordham University New York, NY July 5—July 13 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 31 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Fordham University New York, NY July 17—July 25 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 12 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 Journalism, Film & Media Arts University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Law & Advocacy Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 22—July 30 Engineering Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 11 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Mastering Leadership Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA June 19—June 27 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. July 25—July 30 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA July 1—July 9 Georgetown University Washington, D.C. Aug. 3– Aug. 8 Northwestern University Chicago, IL June 25—July 3 Rice University Houston, TX June 26—July 1 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 8—July 16 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 10 Northwestern University Chicago, IL July 21—July 29 Rice University Houston, TX June 23—July 1 American University Washington, D.C. June 25—July 3 Rice University Houston, TX July 5—July 13 American University Washington, D.C. July 7—July 15 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA June 19—June 27 American University Washington, D.C. July 19—July 27 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 1—July 9 American University Washington, D.C. July 31—August 8 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 13—July 21 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA June 19—June 27 Univ. of California, Berkeley San Francisco, CA July 25—August 2 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA July 1—July 9 Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA June 25 –July 3 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 7—July 15 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 13—July 21 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA July 20—July 28 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 25—August 2 Harvard Medical School** Boston, MA Aug. 2—Aug. 10 Entertainment Management UCLA Los Angeles, CA June 27—July 5 UCLA Los Angeles, CA July 9—July 17 Environmental Science & Sustainability Yale University* New Haven, CT June 18—June 26 Yale University* New Haven, CT July 1—July 9 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 19—July 27 University of Washington Sea le, WA July 31—August 8 Medicine & Health Care *Students a ending a program at Yale University must be at least 16 years of age on the start date of their program. INCLUDED IN TUITION The program fees include tui on, housing, all on-campus meals, course materials, academic expenses, and ac vi es. Tui on also includes chartered, air-condi oned motor coaches and counse- lor supervision for off-campus briefings and tours. 24-hour medi- cal treatment is available. Cost of any medical treatment is the responsibility of the student. Note: Students should bring spend- ing money for souvenirs, laundry, and a few off-campus meals during field trips and tours. Students will be held responsible for damage to rooms and lost room keys. REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY All cancella ons must be submi ed in wri ng or email. The fol- lowing cancella on fees apply to all NSLC enrollments: NSLC will refund all tui on paid minus the cancella on fee listed above. No refunds will be given on or a er May 19, 2017. If an applica on is rejected or if space is not available, all deposits/ payments will be refunded in full. STUDENT PROTECTION PLAN Preparing to a end the NSLC should include protec ng yourself from unfortunate occurrences that may threaten to interfere with even the best-laid plans. The Student Protec on Plan, which has been developed to meet the needs of NSLC a endees, includes a broad range of travel protec on. In the event that you become unexpectedly ill or injured before or during your trip, the plan will reimburse you for penal es that may be assessed due to cancella on or for the unused por on of your conference should it be interrupted for a covered rea- son. In addi on, the plan covers minor inconveniences like lost or delayed baggage as well as more serious problems such as an unexpected illness or injury requiring emergency evacua on back to your home. This insurance is highly recommended, but may be declined by marking the appropriate box on the enroll- ment applica on. *The Student Protec on Plan must be accept- ed or declined upon applica on. Protec on Plan fees are non- refundable. By April 18, 2017 $350 $500 for Ac ng Intensive Between April 19 and May 18, 2017 $500 $750 for Ac ng Intensive May 19, 2017 or later 100% of tui on paid N S L C 2017 E A PLEASE RETURN APPLICATION TO TRAVEL TO LEARN Sec on 1: Program Selec on (Please list your 1st and 2nd choice sessions in numerical order. If your first choice is not available you will be registered for your next available alterna ve.) Second Program A ending (complete if enrolling in two different programs) First Program A ending Choices Program Name Start Date City Example Medicine June 25 Chicago 1st 2nd Choices Program Name Start Date City Example Business July 6 New York 1st 2nd Sec on 2: Student Informa on (All informa on is for NSLC use only. ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) NSLC ID #: ___________________ Name: Last: _________________________ First: _________________________ Middle Ini al: ____ First Name for Nametag (if different than First Name above e.g. Ma vs Ma hew): ___________________ Gender: Male_____ Female_____ Student E-mail: _____________________________________________________________ *NOTE: If incorrect, you will not receive important informa on and required documents. Informa on is sent to both student and parent email address. Date of Birth: ______/_________/____________ Mailing Address: Street/P.O. Box: ____________________________________________________________City:__________________________ State: ______________ Zip Code: ________________________ Country: ______________________________________________ Home Phone: (________) ________-______________ Student Cell Phone: (________) _______-___________ Sec on 3: Scholas c Informa on (ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) High School Gradua on Year: _______________ Current Grade Point Average (GPA): __________ on a scale of: _________ High School: _________________________________________________________ School Phone: (________) ______-___________ Guidance Counselor: First Name: ________________________ Last Name: ________________________ E-mail: _______________________________ High School Loca on: Street/P.O. Box: ____________________________________________________________________________ City: _____________________________________ State: ______________________ Zip Code:____________ Country:______________________________ Sec on 4: Parent/Guardian Informa on (ALL FIELDS ARE MANDATORY) Parent/Guardian Name: _______________________________________ Rela onship to student: ____________________________________ Parent Email: _________________________________ Address (if different from student): _________________________________________ City: _____________________________________ State: __________ Zip: _______________ Country: ____________________________________ Parent Home Phone: (_______) _______-_________ Parent Work Phone: (______) ________-_________ Parent Cell Phone: (_______) ________-_________ 2 3 4 **While program ac vi es take place on the campus of Harvard Medical School, students will be housed across the street at Emmanuel College. PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS Please contact Travel to Learn for informa on regarding pay- ment arrangements. ***Students a ending the Intelligence & Na onal Security program must be a U.S. Ci zen to a end field trips to U.S. intelligence agencies.
  5. 5. Sec on 7: Student and Parent/Guardian Agreement 5 Sec on 5: Tui on Informa on Student Protec on Plan: The Student Protec on Plan provides a broad range of travel protec on in the event that you become ill or injured before/during your NSLC trip. The plan further covers other inconveniences like lost baggage. Read more about the protec on plan under Details & Fees. The fee for the Student Protec on Plan is: $79 - 6 day programs $99 - 9/10 day programs $120 - 18 day program I decline the Student Protec on Plan. (For details on the Student Protec on Plan, please see the Details & Fees sec on on the a ached page.) Please check one of the boxes below indica ng the amount of payment being enclosed with the applica on: Full Tui on Full Tui on + Protec on Plan A comprehensive Code of Conduct, which details guidelines for behavior and prohibits possession of such substances as drugs, alcohol, and tobacco will be included in the student’s Acceptance Packet. I understand that this form and other required forms must be signed and returned in order to par cipate in the NSLC. I further understand that failure to abide by this code of conduct may result in my immediate dismissal, return home at own expense, and forfeiture of all tui on paid. I understand that applica ons from qualified students are processed in the order received and that enrollment may exceed available spaces. I understand that this is an applica on for par cipa on in the Program and enrollment is con ngent upon approval by NSLC, in its discre on. If I am not accepted, all money paid will be returned. I understand that pay- ments must be made in accordance with the payment schedule outlined in this applica on or my enrollment may be subject to cancella on without refund. I understand the NSLC refund policy as outlined below. A faxed or emailed copy of this document shall be binding as an original. REFUND POLICY: All cancella ons must be submi ed in wri ng (email is acceptable). The following cancella on fees apply to all NSLC enrollments: If canceled by April 18, 2017 a cancella on fee of $350 applies ($500 for Ac ng Intensive). If cancelled between April 19 and May 18, 2017 a $500 cancella on fee applies ($750 for Ac ng Intensive). Cancella ons made on or a er May 19, 2017 will be subject to a cancella on fee of 100% of tui on paid. NSLC will refund all tui on paid minus the cancella on fee as indicated. No refunds will be given on or a er May 19, 2017. If an applica on is rejected or if space is not available, all deposits/payments will be refunded in full. Note: Protec on Plan fees for accepted students are non-refundable. Student Name: __________________________________ Student Signature: __________________________________ Date: _____________ Parent/Guardian Name: ___________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature: ___________________________ Date: _____________ N S L C 2017 Program Details & Enrollment Applica on NOMINATION & APPLICATION PROCESS The NSLC seeks outstanding high school students from around the world who demonstrate academic excellence and leadership ability. Students are selected to a end the NSLC in one of the following ways: School Nomina on: High school educators from across the United States and around the world nominate students based upon academic achievement and leadership quali es. Students nominated by their school are sent an invita on to enroll and are pre-approved for admission based on space availability. Alumni Nomina on: NSLC alumni may nominate a stu- dent based upon the same criteria as listed above. Talent Iden fica on Programs: Certain students are iden - fied through na onal student talent iden fica on programs, surveys, and the College Board Student Search Service. These students are recognized for their scholas c achieve- ment and strong interest in the areas of study related to NSLC programs. Qualified students are pre-approved and are invited to a end. Merit Applica on: Students who have not received an invita on are invited to apply based on academic merit, extracurricular accomplishment, and leadership poten al. A recommenda on from a school counselor, teacher or princi- pal must accompany the applica on. An educator recom- menda on form is provided by the NSLC. Merit applica ons are reviewed by the NSLC Admissions Commi ee on a roll- ing basis, so students are advised within two weeks of an admission decision. COLLEGE ADMISSIONS Upon comple on of an NSLC program, students receive a Cer fi- cate of Achievement and an official program transcript docu- men ng the extensive work performed. Students also receive a le er of recommenda on that may be submi ed to colleges as part of the admissions process. ALUMNI REFERENCES Alumni references have agreed to speak to students and parents about their experience at the NSLC. Students and parents who wish to speak with alumni references should contact the NSLC Enrollment Office. PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY Students a ending the NSLC must be between the ages of 14-18 and have completed at least one year of high school. Students may a end the NSLC through the summer following their high school gradua on. Students who will not be between the ages of 14-18 may be admi ed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the NSLC Enrollment Office for further details. NSLC STAFF NSLC students are supervised by a highly trained and experi- enced staff. Staff reside in the dorms and are on-call 24 hours a day. Students are supported by administra ve staff as well as small group facilitators or Team Advisors (TAs). Each TA is re- sponsible for guiding a small group of 12-16 students throughout their NSLC experience. The TA staff consists of upper-level un- dergraduate and graduate students who have backgrounds in the academic focus of the conference, leadership development and residen al life. Approximately 85% of the NSLC Team Advi- sors are NSLC Alumni. UNIVERSITIES & RESIDENTIAL LIFE The NSLC is a residen al program and all students are required to live on campus. Students are housed in single, double, triple or quad dorm rooms. Most meals during the program are eaten in campus dining facili es. Linens are provided. DRESS CODE For the majority of the conference, students will wear business casual or casual a re. For a few events each session, such as guest speakers or facility visits, students will be required to wear professional a re (coat and e for males, suit/slacks and blouse or dress for females). A packing checklist will be provided online prior to the conference. EMERGENCY MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION The Student & Parent Agreement that must be signed by each student and parent prior to par cipa on in an NSLC program includes an Emergency Medical Authoriza on. This authoriza on states that in the event the student becomes ill, is injured or requires emergency or other medical treatment while at the NSLC, the student and parent authorize and give full permission to the NSLC, at its discre on, to place the student in a hospital or in the care of a healthcare provider. While not required, the NSLC strongly recommends students have medical insurance when a ending their program. The op- onal Student Protec on Plan provides limited coverage for medical expenses incurred due to an illness or injury that occurs while at the NSLC. TRANSPORTATION Students are responsible for transporta on to and from the pro- gram. The NSLC offers airport pick-up and drop-off service from select local airports for $40.00-$80.00 each way depending upon airport. More informa on on this service is available on the NSLC website. Note: Students reques ng transporta on to/from the airport must arrive and depart within specific mes. Please do not make travel arrangements before receiving your ac- ceptance packet. 16 Na onal Student Leadership Conference 320 West Ohio Street, Suite 4W, Chicago, IL 60654-6566 Phone: 800.994.6752 or 312.322.9999 Fax: 312.765.0081 Email: info@nslcleaders.org Website: www.nslcleaders.org Program Days Tui on Ac ng Intensive 18 $4995 Architecture 9 $2995 Biotechnology 9 $3095 Business & Entrepreneurship 9 $2995 Engineering 9 $2995 Entertainment Management 9 $2995 Environmental Science & Sustainability 9 $2995 Forensic Science: CSI 9 $3095 Game Design 9 $2995 Intelligence & Na onal Security 6 $2295 Interna onal Diplomacy 10 $3195 Journalism, Film & Media Arts 9 $3095 Law & Advocacy 9 $3095 Mastering Leadership 6 $2295 Medicine & Health Care 9 $2995 Medicine & Health Care (San Francisco & Chicago) 9 $3095 Medicine & Health Care (Boston) 9 $3295 Nursing 9 $3095 Poli cal Ac on & Public Policy 9 $3095 Psychology & Neuroscience (D.C.) 9 $3095 Psychology & Neuroscience (Boston) 9 $3295 Sports Management 9 $2995 Theater 9 $2995 Sec on 6: Student Protec on Plan
  6. 6. Sec on 7: Student and Parent/Guardian Agreement 5 Sec on 5: Tui on Informa on Student Protec on Plan: The Student Protec on Plan provides a broad range of travel protec on in the event that you become ill or injured before/during your NSLC trip. The plan further covers other inconveniences like lost baggage. Read more about the protec on plan under Details & Fees. The fee for the Student Protec on Plan is: $79 - 6 day programs $99 - 9/10 day programs $120 - 18 day program I decline the Student Protec on Plan. (For details on the Student Protec on Plan, please see the Details & Fees sec on on the a ached page.) Please check one of the boxes below indica ng the amount of payment being enclosed with the applica on: Full Tui on Full Tui on + Protec on Plan A comprehensive Code of Conduct, which details guidelines for behavior and prohibits possession of such substances as drugs, alcohol, and tobacco will be included in the student’s Acceptance Packet. I understand that this form and other required forms must be signed and returned in order to par cipate in the NSLC. I further understand that failure to abide by this code of conduct may result in my immediate dismissal, return home at own expense, and forfeiture of all tui on paid. I understand that applica ons from qualified students are processed in the order received and that enrollment may exceed available spaces. I understand that this is an applica on for par cipa on in the Program and enrollment is con ngent upon approval by NSLC, in its discre on. If I am not accepted, all money paid will be returned. I understand that pay- ments must be made in accordance with the payment schedule outlined in this applica on or my enrollment may be subject to cancella on without refund. I understand the NSLC refund policy as outlined below. A faxed or emailed copy of this document shall be binding as an original. REFUND POLICY: All cancella ons must be submi ed in wri ng (email is acceptable). The following cancella on fees apply to all NSLC enrollments: If canceled by April 18, 2017 a cancella on fee of $350 applies ($500 for Ac ng Intensive). If cancelled between April 19 and May 18, 2017 a $500 cancella on fee applies ($750 for Ac ng Intensive). Cancella ons made on or a er May 19, 2017 will be subject to a cancella on fee of 100% of tui on paid. NSLC will refund all tui on paid minus the cancella on fee as indicated. No refunds will be given on or a er May 19, 2017. If an applica on is rejected or if space is not available, all deposits/payments will be refunded in full. Note: Protec on Plan fees for accepted students are non-refundable. Student Name: __________________________________ Student Signature: __________________________________ Date: _____________ Parent/Guardian Name: ___________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature: ___________________________ Date: _____________ N S L C 2017 Program Details & Enrollment Applica on NOMINATION & APPLICATION PROCESS The NSLC seeks outstanding high school students from around the world who demonstrate academic excellence and leadership ability. Students are selected to a end the NSLC in one of the following ways: School Nomina on: High school educators from across the United States and around the world nominate students based upon academic achievement and leadership quali es. Students nominated by their school are sent an invita on to enroll and are pre-approved for admission based on space availability. Alumni Nomina on: NSLC alumni may nominate a stu- dent based upon the same criteria as listed above. Talent Iden fica on Programs: Certain students are iden - fied through na onal student talent iden fica on programs, surveys, and the College Board Student Search Service. These students are recognized for their scholas c achieve- ment and strong interest in the areas of study related to NSLC programs. Qualified students are pre-approved and are invited to a end. Merit Applica on: Students who have not received an invita on are invited to apply based on academic merit, extracurricular accomplishment, and leadership poten al. A recommenda on from a school counselor, teacher or princi- pal must accompany the applica on. An educator recom- menda on form is provided by the NSLC. Merit applica ons are reviewed by the NSLC Admissions Commi ee on a roll- ing basis, so students are advised within two weeks of an admission decision. COLLEGE ADMISSIONS Upon comple on of an NSLC program, students receive a Cer fi- cate of Achievement and an official program transcript docu- men ng the extensive work performed. Students also receive a le er of recommenda on that may be submi ed to colleges as part of the admissions process. ALUMNI REFERENCES Alumni references have agreed to speak to students and parents about their experience at the NSLC. Students and parents who wish to speak with alumni references should contact the NSLC Enrollment Office. PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY Students a ending the NSLC must be between the ages of 14-18 and have completed at least one year of high school. Students may a end the NSLC through the summer following their high school gradua on. Students who will not be between the ages of 14-18 may be admi ed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the NSLC Enrollment Office for further details. NSLC STAFF NSLC students are supervised by a highly trained and experi- enced staff. Staff reside in the dorms and are on-call 24 hours a day. Students are supported by administra ve staff as well as small group facilitators or Team Advisors (TAs). Each TA is re- sponsible for guiding a small group of 12-16 students throughout their NSLC experience. The TA staff consists of upper-level un- dergraduate and graduate students who have backgrounds in the academic focus of the conference, leadership development and residen al life. Approximately 85% of the NSLC Team Advi- sors are NSLC Alumni. UNIVERSITIES & RESIDENTIAL LIFE The NSLC is a residen al program and all students are required to live on campus. Students are housed in single, double, triple or quad dorm rooms. Most meals during the program are eaten in campus dining facili es. Linens are provided. DRESS CODE For the majority of the conference, students will wear business casual or casual a re. For a few events each session, such as guest speakers or facility visits, students will be required to wear professional a re (coat and e for males, suit/slacks and blouse or dress for females). A packing checklist will be provided online prior to the conference. EMERGENCY MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION The Student & Parent Agreement that must be signed by each student and parent prior to par cipa on in an NSLC program includes an Emergency Medical Authoriza on. This authoriza on states that in the event the student becomes ill, is injured or requires emergency or other medical treatment while at the NSLC, the student and parent authorize and give full permission to the NSLC, at its discre on, to place the student in a hospital or in the care of a healthcare provider. While not required, the NSLC strongly recommends students have medical insurance when a ending their program. The op- onal Student Protec on Plan provides limited coverage for medical expenses incurred due to an illness or injury that occurs while at the NSLC. TRANSPORTATION Students are responsible for transporta on to and from the pro- gram. The NSLC offers airport pick-up and drop-off service from select local airports for $40.00-$80.00 each way depending upon airport. More informa on on this service is available on the NSLC website. Note: Students reques ng transporta on to/from the airport must arrive and depart within specific mes. Please do not make travel arrangements before receiving your ac- ceptance packet. 16 Na onal Student Leadership Conference 320 West Ohio Street, Suite 4W, Chicago, IL 60654-6566 Phone: 800.994.6752 or 312.322.9999 Fax: 312.765.0081 Email: info@nslcleaders.org Website: www.nslcleaders.org Program Days Tui on Ac ng Intensive 18 $4995 Architecture 9 $2995 Biotechnology 9 $3095 Business & Entrepreneurship 9 $2995 Engineering 9 $2995 Entertainment Management 9 $2995 Environmental Science & Sustainability 9 $2995 Forensic Science: CSI 9 $3095 Game Design 9 $2995 Intelligence & Na onal Security 6 $2295 Interna onal Diplomacy 10 $3195 Journalism, Film & Media Arts 9 $3095 Law & Advocacy 9 $3095 Mastering Leadership 6 $2295 Medicine & Health Care 9 $2995 Medicine & Health Care (San Francisco & Chicago) 9 $3095 Medicine & Health Care (Boston) 9 $3295 Nursing 9 $3095 Poli cal Ac on & Public Policy 9 $3095 Psychology & Neuroscience (D.C.) 9 $3095 Psychology & Neuroscience (Boston) 9 $3295 Sports Management 9 $2995 Theater 9 $2995 Sec on 6: Student Protec on Plan

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