The Levine Scholars Program enrolls 20 students annually and provides them with the tools, resources and community they need to prepare for lives of visionary leadership and positive social impact.
The focus on civic engagement drew me to the Levine Scholars Program. During high school, I fell in love with helping people in my community, so this was a top priority in my college search.
Each summer, Levine Scholars participate in enrichment experiences which aim to align their programs of study and out-of-class activities with their strengths and values, and to give Scholars an opportunity to put their ideas into practice in a range of environments.
National Outdoor Leadership School
Outdoor wilderness expedition focused on leadership and team building
Charlotte Nonprofit Internship
Intern with a nonprofit in Charlotte and learn the challenges and fortitude required to succeed as a nonprofit
Spend five weeks interning with a nonprofit organization to gain career and leadership experience
Spend time abroad with an agency, business, program or government, to gain a broader definition of community
Become a Levine Scholar
High school counselors play an integral role identifying outstanding candidates for the Levine Scholarship. Seniors must receive a counselor's nomination before they can apply for the Levine Scholarship.
Learn more about becoming a Future Levine Scholar
Nominate a student to become a Future Levine Scholar