Steller Secondary School students are invited to an exciting project mentorship opportunity available to students of all programming levels, AI + Humanitarian Aid.
Our global landscape of humanitarian issues has grown increasingly complex, and often, artificial intelligence can help supercharge the development of real solutions. No problem embodies this more than Predicting Refugee Displacement in Somalia with Weather Pattern Analysis where students analyze recent weather patterns in Somalia to predict the movement of climate refugees. Combining political theory, environmental justice, and computer vision, this AI + Humanitarian Aid focus will be the newest addition to our project-based curriculum taught to 4500+ students from 75+ countries.
Applications for our Winter 2021 Program are open– the deadline to apply is November 15th.
Interdisciplinary AI Project Mentorship Opportunity (Beginner-Friendly) by MIT Graduates
Inspirit AI is a 25-hour enrichment program that introduces middle and high school students to fundamental artificial intelligence concepts in order to work through socially impactful projects in areas including art, healthcare, education, and more. Developed and taught by our team of graduate students from Stanford and MIT, students receive a personalized, interdisciplinary learning experience with a student-instructor ratio of 5:1, and custom curriculum appropriate for complete beginners to more advanced students.
Applications for our Winter 2021 programs are now open.
For our high school program, you can find more course information here and our HS application here.
For our middle school programs, you can find our flyer here and our MS application here.
Please contact Program Manager, Aidan Goltra at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our team at +1 (240) 226-1366 with any questions. Thank you!
NB SPG/chair has no affiliation with this program or personal knowledge, but wanted to share the information in case it was of interest to some students.