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TedX

May 31st

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Please join us for this special event!

  • What: In our 2nd annual TEDx Harwood youth event, we are proud to bring you 9 passionate teenagers who are eager and willing to share with you their ideas for the future.  
  • When: May 31st, 6-8 pm 
    • 5:30 - Doors open 
    • 6:00 - Event begins
    • 6:45 - Intermission
    • 7:00 - Event resumes 
    • 7:50 - Conclusion 
  • Who:  TEDx Harwood is run and operated by students
    • MC:  Isaiah Marcellino 
    • DP:  Tony Italiano, Program Manager of Mad River Valley TV
    • AV: Zeke Churchill 
  • Staff:  The students are coached by 
    • Alex Rawson, Jonah Ibson, Sam Krotinger, Kathy Cadwell 

2019 TEDx Speakers

Ashleigh Turner

Grace Heller

Jonas Jarecki

Why we need Sculpture School 

Dan Greenleaf

Aliza Levey

Sophie Krotinger

Connor McCarty

Winter Haberle

Jonah Busker


TEDx Coaches

Alex Rawson

Lead Advisor

Sam Krotinger

Advisor

Jonah Ibson

Advisor

Kathy Cadwell

Advisor

How the Students Prepare

TEDx speakers meet biweekly on Monday during ELO to outline, design, collaborate, and sculpt their talk.  They have been working on their talks since January in order to deliver the best speech they are capable.  As students have seen many TED talks in classes, they know the expectations, they know what is at stake, and they are ready to meet the challenge! 

Giving a TED talk can change the world, it can inspire us to try new things, or think in different ways, and to think about change not only within our school, city, or state, but rather GLOBAL change ... well that makes delivering a TED talk quite an exciting event!  

Details


Jonas Jarecki

Sculpture School

Jonas gives a talk about how and WHY we should be looking at the Sculpture School as a valid alternative to math and science classes. 

Sophie Krotinger

Sculpture School

Jonas gives a talk about how and WHY we should be looking at the Sculpture School as a valid alternative to math and science classes. 

Sophie Krotinger

Sculpture School

Jonas gives a talk about how and WHY we should be looking at the Sculpture School as a valid alternative to math and science classes.