Past Customized Courses

High-quality, high-impact customizable course for your needs

iLEAP has two decades of experience in designing and delivering programs that have a positive, lifelong impact on young people. For this reason, we also work with institutions, organizations, and businesses around the world to develop their own unique programming focusing on leadership.

See our customized courses and envision your unique course with iLEAP! 

Customized Online Courses

Past Customized Programs

Japanese American Youth Leadership Initiative (JAYLI)


The Japanese American Youth Leadership Initiative (JAYLI) was a 5-week online program, formed in partnership with Western Washington University (WWU) fully funded by the Japanese American Leadership Delegation 2019 cohort.
Course Dates: March 2021 to April 2021
Past Customized Programs

Global Pluralism Youth Initiative (GPYI)


The Global Pluralism Youth Initiative (GPYI) was a 7-week online program, formed in partnership with Western Washington University (WWU) partially funded by the U.S. Embassy Japan.
Course Dates: September 2021 to November 2021
Past Customized Programs

QS World Merit Social Leadership


QS World Merit Social Leadership program was a 3-week online program, formed in partnership with QS World Merit. The program supported young entrepreneurs and leaders to explore the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to learn how social leadership is the key to solving critical issues of the world.
Course Dates: January 2020
Past Customized Programs

Urawa High Leadership


iLEAP Urawa High School Leadership program was a 5-week online program, formed in partnership with Saitama Prefectural Urawa High School in Japan. The program trained youth to develop core leadership skills and to nurture awareness as an emerging global leader.
Course Dates: November 2020

Customized In-Person Courses

Past Customized Programs

Social Innovation Forum Japan


Run over three years, the SIFJ trained nearly forty key Japanese social leaders and entrepreneurs in the skills necessary to resource their initiatives, grow global partnerships with American collaborators, cultivate the next generation of young Japanese social entrepreneurs, and ultimately strengthen and transform the civil society sector in Japan. The SIFJ was made possible due to generous support from the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnerships and the US-Japan Council.
Course offered: 2011–2014
Past Customized Programs

Food Innovation for Regional Sustainability in Tohoku (FIRST)


Food Innovation for Regional Sustainability in Tohoku (FIRST) was created in partnership with the TOMODACHI Initiative to be an investment in the future of food and farming innovation in Japan, with a particular focus on the Tohoku region.
Course offered : 2015–2017
Past Customized Programs

TOMODACHI-Microsoft Social Innovation and Leadership (SIL)


The TOMODACHI-Microsoft iLEAP Social Innovation and Leadership program was designed to cultivate a new generation of Japanese social entrepreneurs and community leaders (ages 18-25) who are prepared to make a positive difference in Japan, the United States, and around the world. The SIL was made possible due to generous support from TOMODACHI Initiative and Microsoft Japan.
Course offered : 2014-2018
Past Customized Programs

Social Innovation in Seattle for Young Professionals (SIIS YP)


Social Innovation in Seattle for Young Professionals (SIIS YP) was a one week program in 2013 and 2014 conducted in partnership with Mainichi Education Abroad designed to deepen participant’s knowledge about the basic tenets of social innovation and enterprise and how it is being applied in Seattle and around the world.
Course offered : 2012-2014
Past Customized Programs

reImagine MyPro


reImagine MyPro was an eight week program to train and support young Japanese professionals in their work to initiate and grow projects or businesses of their own in the provincial areas of Japan. reImagine MyPro was conducted in partnership with the Entrepreneurial Training for Innovative Communities (ETIC).
Course offered : 2015