MIT CDI 2017 Application for Service Leadership Programs
Deadline Extended to: Wednesday, 3/29
This is the application for CDI 2017 service leadership programs (SLP) in China (more details at cdi.mit.edu). One program will be global leadership forum. Another program will cooperate with New Oriental and focus on sharing personal leadership experience. We will ask you more program specific questions at the interview if you are selected for interview. We will give a travel stipend for mentors to cover most of airfare cost and living cost in China. Please do not hesitate to contact us at mit-cdi@mit.edu with any questions for clarification. Please leave your email as we will have interviews on a rolling basis.
Full Name *
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Email *
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College/University *
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Which year of undergrad/grad (indicate which) are you in right now? *
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Major/Department *
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Which program would you like to apply for? *
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Where did you hear about CDI/SLP? *
What are some topics related to China in which you feel interested and engaged? *
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What do you think is the biggest difference between the USA and China? *
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Share an interesting leadership experience. *
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Describe any previous international experience you have had. *
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Describe your level of Mandarin Chinese (not a strict requirement for these programs). *
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The theme of this year's SLP conference centers around leadership in the context of globalization. Why are you interested in the topic? What are some thoughts or ideas you'd like to share or explore in the conference?
(required for applying to iMuse program)
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The forum is sponsored by the prestigious Schwartzman Scholars Program at Tsinghua University, and you're likely to represent MIT as delegates among the Schwartzman masters scholars from around the world. What do you think it's the unique advantage you can bring to the conference and to the other delegates?
(required for applying to iMuse program)
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