TEDxYouth@Dayton is an initiative of TEDxDayton, to encourage the trailblazers of tomorrow to dig deep and speak up!
Anyone with a story to tell who will be 14 to 19 years old in 2017 may audition. The TEDxYouth@Dayton Team will help you form your ideas into a fully developed TED talk. We will also be scheduling youth performers. Everyone who wants to attend, volunteer, speak or perform must fill out an application:
If you have questions, please email email@example.com.
Launched in 1984, TED is an online platform created for ideas worth spreading. TED today is an internet and international phenomenon, offering talks covering every issue imaginable. TEDxYouth, a licensed event of TED, shares this vision by featuring talks developed by those who are 14 to 19 years old.
2017 TEDxYouth@Dayton Committee:
Jane A. Black, Co-Chair, TEDxYouth@Dayton
Eli Hurwitz, Yellow Springs Schools
April Kline, Community Volunteer
Tim Krier, Yellow Springs Schools
Erin Poppaw, Regional STEM School
Mandi Schultz, Regional STEM School
Susan Strong, The Miami Valley School
Caitlin Lewis, The Miami Valley School
In the fall of 2015, students from five local schools – Vandalia, Yellow Springs, The Miami Valley School, The Dayton Regional Stem School, and Fairmont – joined forces to initiate TEDxYouth@Dayton.
See what happened at last year’s TEDxYouth@Dayton event:
Armaan is a sophomore at The Miami Valley School, and has been photographing for 7 years. He also plays three instruments and tennis and loves the art of origami.