LEDA summer at Princeton guides high school students on path for success

Monday, Aug 22, 2016
by Emily Aronson, Office of Communications

One hundred high school juniors from across the country, including Larissa Oliveira of Newark and Niranjana Bienkoloska of Hasbrouck Heights, recently spent seven weeks on Princeton's campus for LEDA's Aspects of Leadership Summer Institute. LEDA is an independent nonprofit dedicated to developing the academic and leadership potential of exceptional public high school students from low-income backgrounds. This program allows students to gain access to and succeed at the country's most selective colleges and universities.  Learn more about LEDA's Aspects of Leadership Summer Institute.