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School for Ethics and Global Leadership

Located in Washington, D.C., The School for Ethics and Global Leadership (SEGL) is a selective, semester-long residential program for intellectually motivated high school juniors from across the United States. The program selects students who have shown outstanding character, promise for leadership, and scholastic ability and provides them with a unique curriculum that emphasizes ethical thinking, leadership development, and international affairs.

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This post is especially dedicated to Sussle high school students in their first and second years! Attached is a video of the School for Ethics and Global Leadership, a semester school in the nation's capital for high school juniors. The school helps guide you to become a more ethically responsible and globally engaged leader. I highly suggest applying if you are even remotely interested! And I speak from experience, because I attended the school as a junior in the Fall of 2011 and I'm actually featured in the video. Anyways, check it out and comment if you have any questions or want to learn more about this once in a lifetime opportunity!

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