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Part of what it means to be a responsible citizen of the world is acting on important issues so the world can become a better place. This week will teach students how to act on issues that are close to their hearts and help them realize just how much of an effect one person can have on the world. Students will become more self-aware and build confidence through a variety of challenging activities and stimulating coaching sessions while critically engaging with 21st century global challenges.
The Olympic Museum and Modern Art Museum in Lausanne, and the Matterhorn in Zermatt.
Art workshops—take part in "creative activism.”
About Compassion Week:
Compassion Week is a time for students to learn what it means to be empathetic, harmonious citizens of the world. We are in a position that allows us to show care and compassion to those who aren’t as fortunate as ourselves. Compassion Week will allow students to gain hands-on community service experience and appreciate the importance of compassion.
United Nations and World Health Organization in Geneva.
Volunteering with guests from the refugee center.
We live in an ever-changing world with new discoveries and technological advances regularly being made. During Innovation Week, students will learn how some of the world's latest technological developments affect the way we live and what implications they might have for the future. They will also learn how to test their imagination and creativity to develop their own innovative project, drawing links between what they have learned throughout each week.
LAS edge is designed to challenge, excite, and keep students on their toes- for this reason, no two days within the program are the same. Below you can find some sample schedules showing what a given day could look like.