Harvey Goldstein, a business executive who founded PT Harvest International Indonesia, is actively engaged in helping talented students pursue higher educational opportunities in the United States. He established the Goldstein Scholarship program so that gifted students from Singapore with financial need can attend Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth (CTY) summer programs. Through this scholarship, Harvey Goldstein helps talented students attend a prestigious academic program where they can envision their potential to contribute to the future economy in Singapore, Indonesia, and other Southeast Asian nations.
CTY provides residential summer courses in the United States and Hong Kong for qualified students to pursue challenging academic work. While the program focus is academics, students also gain valuable social experience from interacting with peers. CTY conducts a talent search to identify potential program participants. Students who attain qualifying scores can attend CTY summer program or online courses. In addition, CTY participants gain access to other learning resources, such as magazine and Web content, additional educational testing, and college counseling.
International students who wish to participate in the CTY talent search can apply online and submit a parental consent form. Students may register for tests via an approved testing agency. After testing is complete and scores are calculated, CTY mails test results to participants.