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HPAIR Leadership Program Hosted by Silver Fern Education Consultants at YPS, Mohali

A Unique and Intensive 3-Day Program on Leadership and Creating Future Changemakers.


Grades 9th - 12th


3 Days

Early Application Date

15 March, 2024

[Regular Date: 10 Apr, 2024]

Program Fee for Early Applicants

INR 35000

[Regular Fee: INR 40000]

Application deadline

10 April, 2024

Program Delivery

In Campus

About The Program

Our program isn’t just the concepts of leadership, we engage students with team activities, mixed-media learning, competitions, speeches, and most importantly, building rewarding and long-lasting professional relationships with our Harvard student team. Alongside the core curriculum, Harvard college students will provide a glimpse into college life, offer insights and tips on college admissions and applications, and share their personal leadership experiences and stories. Passion Projects are a key outcome of the curriculum. These projects showcase the best of each students’ talents, abilities, and academic excellence, and are often our mentors’ greatest assets (and best-kept secrets) for Harvard admissions. Creating real, actionable Passion Projects; whether a startup, NGO, publication, website, product, or more, we help accelerate students from idea to impact, which can be continued long after the workshop.

About Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations

The Harvard College Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) was founded in 1991 to create a forum of exchange for students and young professionals to discuss and learn about the most important economic, political, and social issues facing the Asia-Pacific region. Since 1991, HPAIR has organized 49 conferences in 34 different host countries, touching the lives of more than 40,000 students and young professionals. HPAIR hosts two student-led conferences a year – one on Harvard’s campus and one in the Asia-Pacific. Prospective host cities in Asia must undergo an intensive, six month bidding process; this year’s Asia Conference will be held in Hong Kong. HPAIR conferences feature world-class speakers and guests to foster mentorship, networking, and guidance opportunities for delegates. Previous speakers include Kevin Rudd, the former Prime Minister of Australia; Ban Ki-moon, the former Secretary General of the United Nations; Robin Chase, co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar; and Frank Friedman, current COO of Deloitte Global.

What You’ll Gain

Take The First Step Towards Being A Leader


Learn a systematic and comprehensive approach about problem solving from trained and dedicated Harvard Student Mentors.

Experiential Learning

Hone your thought process to become more analytical and creative.

Apply Data Analysis

Use data to quantify and validate your proposed solutions.

Skill Development

Practice your communication skills to effectively convey your recommendations.

Find Practical Solutions

Brainstorm practical methods to implement your solution.

Build Your Global Network

Forge life-long, value-rich networks with Harvard Student Mentors, global thought pioneers and peers around the world who share your passion for answers.

Awards & Recognition

Showcase your achievements to the world


Certificates from Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations and Learn with Leaders.


Access to all LWL webinar/masterclass.

LwL Social Media Feature

Get a chance to be featured on Learn with Leaders’ Social Media platforms.

Portfolio Enhancement

Enhance your portfolio with certificates and actionable projects.


Hosted by Silver Fern Education Consultants


April 26, 2024 -Friday


9:00 am - 3:00 pm-IST

Morning Session

Welcome and Introduction to the Mentorship Program

Icebreaker Activities to Get to Know Each Other

About our Harvard Student Mentors

Workshop: Launch Into Leadership

- Leading with Purpose and Vision

Analysis of Top Leaders, Past and Present

Identifying World Issues Strategically


Activity: Case Competition

- Introduction to Case

- Team-Building vs Team-Leading

- Collaborate and Compete to Solve Case

Lunch Break & Networking

Afternoon Session

Passion Project I

Why Passion Projects are a Top College Admissions Asset

Evaluate and Discuss Successful Passion Projects

Students Identify Strengths, Resources, Opportunities

Reflections and Feedback


April 27, 2024 -Saturday


9:00 am - 3:00 pm-IST

Morning Session

Introduction to Day 2

Review of Day 1

Team-Building Icebreaker

Workshop: Public Speaking Essentials

Key Concepts for Public Speaking

Examples and Analysis of Strong Public Speaking

Develop Public Speaking Skills Across Contexts

Discussion and Reflection

Activity: Speech and Debate

Introduction to Activity

Speech Topic Assignment

Research and Strategy-Building

Presentation and Feedback

Lunch Break & Networking

Afternoon Session

Passion Project II:

Developing Student Focus/Key Issue

Meet 1-on-1 with Mentors for Feedback

Research Intensive

Develop Strategy and Goals

Reflections and Feedback

Cultural Event: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm


April 28, 2024 -Sunday


9:00 am - 3:00 pm-IST

Morning Session

Introduction to Day 3

Review of Day 1 and 2

Team-Building Game

Workshop: College to Careers

Leadership for College Success

Public Speaking in College and Career Contexts

Activity: College/Job Interviews

Activity: Networking Tools

College Q&A

Lunch Break & Networking

Afternoon Session

Passion Project III:

Transforming Ideas to Implementation

Finalize Actionable Plan

Network and Grow

Connect with Harvard Organizations and Networks

Final Reflections

Students Receive Workshop Feedback & Recommendations

Students and alumni love our programs

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