Published: July 23, 2018

Impact360 is a youth development collaborative that provides life skills, health & wellness support, and academic support to Denver’s low-income, minority students from 6th grade through age 24. One of the academic support programs is college-preparation college campus visits.

On July 10 high school students from Impact360 toured the Institute of Cognitive Science Intermountain Neuroimaging Consortium to learn about neuroimaging research and adolescent brain development, then participated in a workshop with Pavel Goldstein, ICS post-doctoral researcher and others through the Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Lab.

Impact360’s core values of integrity, commitment, perseverance, inclusivity mirror those of the Institute of Cognitive Science, and we are proud to support an organization that believes that “socioeconomic status should not determine individual potential” and is “creating pathways to (student) independence and choice”.