Summer opportunity presented by Inspirit, the pre-college AI program taught by Stanford/MIT graduates- Apply by May 31

Summer opportunity presented by Inspirit, the pre-college AI program taught by Stanford/MIT graduates.

Given families’ interest in in-person summer learning, we are excited to partner with Sal Khan’s project based learning school, Khan Lab School, CA to launch an in-person, immersive AI project course this summer on its Mountain View campus from July 5 - 16. In this precollege program, students will develop an AI toolkit and undertake meaningful AI projects like detecting fake news online, predicting bias in the justice system and more to build a compelling AI college admissions profile. We warmly invite your students at John Muir High School Early College Magnet (grades 8-12) to apply to join! Please read more about our in-person work at KLS in the 2021-22 school year here. We would greatly appreciate it if you could share the short note at the end of this email with families from grades 8 to 12. 


Students will be offered an exclusive in-person cohort in which they will:

  • learn fundamentals of CS and AI and apply them to a discipline of their choice – no coding experience necessary!
  • program AI in Python, apply algorithms to real-world datasets, and explore ethics and applications of AI 
  • engage in socially-impactful applied AI project work in disciplines like law, healthcare, journalism, astronomy, and more

Students who are unable to make the dates or location may opt for our live online project option for students around the world by May 31 here!



Adeesh Goel

Program Head, Inspirit


Summer 2022 Interdisciplinary Artificial Intelligence Education Initiative at Khan Lab School (Mountain View)

Khan Lab School (Mountain View), in collaboration with Inspirit AI, is hosting an in-person, 40-hour summer program that introduces students in grades 8-12 to fundamental artificial intelligence concepts to build socially impactful projects like fake news detection, COVID-spread prediction, art-generation, self-driving car simulation, and more!  Students receive an interdisciplinary learning experience, led by a team of AI specialists from Stanford, MIT, and other leading universities. Please check out more information, including scheduling and pricing, here. Applications for Summer 2022 programs are due May 31 and may be submitted here. Students unable to join the in-person course are invited to apply to our live online programs by May 31. Feel free to contact Adeesh Goel, Program Head, at with any questions. Thank you!