Please join us on February 10, 2021 for TEDxYouth@PickeringCollege. The theme for this year's event is Amplify Youth Voices.
With TEDx's motto of, “Ideas worth spreading," the focus for this year's talk provides youth from many different schools the opportunity and platform to have their voices heard. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s event will be completely virtual. There will be six to eight speakers ranging from Grades 9-12, focusing on topics that are personal to them. They will also be talking about how particular occurrences in their lives have shaped them as individuals. The speeches will be engaging, passionate, and personal.
Here are some examples of last year’s speeches:
“Your Winning Ticket” by Shyam Subramanyam
“Female Empowerment in the 21st Century” by Katherine Starr
“Acceptance and Appreciation of Other Cultures” by Kathy Wang
Conference Date: February 10, 2021
Time: 6:30 p.m. EST
Jacob Buchan - Classic Literature in a Digital Age | Royal St. George's College
Justin Jeong - Corporate Media and the Disappearance of Journalistic Integrity - Pickering College
Oscar Jiang - Me, Myself, I and Oscar | Pickering College
Shyam Subramanyam - The Story told by Statistics | Pickering College
Julianna Cook - Personal Growth within the School System | Lakefield College School
Rhea Siromani - Adapting to the Inevitable | Appleby College
Emily Shin - Equity for Beginners | St. Clement's School
Patricia Vastis - The Misconception of the Word Healthy | Appleby College