Attending an Envision Program
Students attending our programs have a few things in common. They are national merit finalists, they are community activists - they are those who have already demonstrated their academic excellence or their leadership potential. That is why you will often hear us say that to be nominated to attend one of our programs is an honor in itself – the nomination is a reflection and recognition of the milestones of success you have already reached.
We receive student nominations in several ways. Most student nominations come to us through the recommendation of an accredited teacher, some through membership in a national or international honor society such as the Golden Key Honor Society, The National Society of College Scholars (NSCS) or through association with the Education Research Center of America (ERCA), or the National Research Center for College and University Admissions (NRCCUA), among others.
While we do not dictate who a leader is, we trust that they many educators who nominate their students to our programs every year recognize those traits in their classrooms, on the field and in their communities. Once we receive a nomination, we will contact the student and share the news of the nomination.
If you have already been nominated to one our programs – congratulations! Please refer to your nomination package to find specific details about your program. We look forward to seeing you soon.
If you are interested in attending one of our programs but have not been nominated, you can share information about our opportunities with an educator that you think can speak to your academic and leadership credentials and request a nomination from them. You will be able to send a request directly from the program pages.
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