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Lessons in Leadership
Together, the Classes of 2023 and 2024 explored leadership in K-12 education equity and access during Learning Lab II.
On the Road to Success
NC State’s co-op program helped Elizabeth Dogbe ’21 fine-tune her civil engineering passion and positioned her to excel in a career focused on making public transportation systems more efficient, accessible, and equitable.
Classes of 2023 and 2024 Learning Lab II Preparation – Equity and Access In K-12 Education
During Learning Lab II, the Park Scholarships Classes of 2023 and 2024 will explore how national leaders are making changes related to equity and access to education at all levels.
Park Profile: Micah Holdsworth ’22
The Park Scholarships Diversity Student Task Force compiled profiles designed to give prospective students insight about the Park Scholarships program, the selection process, and how scholars made the decision to join the Wolfpack.
Reflecting on Learning Lab II and the Black Lives Matter Movement
Park Scholars in the Class of 2022 consider the insights gained from their Learning Lab II experience focused on mass incarceration.
The Class of 2022 Explores Mass Incarceration Reform in the U.S.
In October 2019, the Class of 2022 traveled to Washington, D.C., as part of their Learning Lab II experience. Learning Lab II is an annual...
Class of 2022 Learning Lab II Preparation – Mass Incarceration
Class of 2022 Mission/Focus During Learning Lab II, the Class of 2022 will focus on the leadership demonstrated in many different aspects of reform in...
Class of 2019 Explores Challenging Dynamics between Political Campaigns and the Media
In October the Class of 2019 traveled to Washington, D.C. for the Learning Lab II experience, designed to allow sophomore Park Scholars to develop a...
Class of 2017 Discusses STEM Challenges with National Leaders
The Learning Lab II experience is designed to allow sophomore Park Scholars to develop a critical understanding of a national issue – selected by the...
Learning Lab II: Putting People at the Center of Politics
posted 2012.11.06 The Class of 2015 visited Washington, D.C. to explore the impact that an average citizen can have on policy-making decisions at the federal...