Join TED Ed Clubs Challenge: Amplifying Student Voice

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TED is looking for fresh new student voices to share from the TED stage.

Our student voice initiative, TED-Ed, is launching the TED-Ed Clubs Challenge to surface student stories from around the world. So far, more than 25,000 students have given TED-style talks in their schools and communities through TED-Ed Clubs.

We are inviting students, ages 8-18, to share what they would say if the world were listening, and we want to include your answer!

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Sign up for a quick video chat to learn more. You’ll speak directly with a member of the TED-Ed team to learn everything you need to know about the Challenge and how to get involved with this awesome global community.

Are you interested to start your TED Ed Club as your extracurricular or lesson activities?

TED-Ed Clubs are designed to support students ages 8-18 — all over the world. Anyone over the age of 13 can submit an application to start a club.

Gain practical experiences how you can start and implement TED Ed Club in your school:

1. Starting TED Ed Club 

2. Organizing Ideas at TED Ed Club

3. Design Your Ideas

4. Amplify Student Voice 

5. Goes to TEDxJakarta

Apply to be TED Ed Club Facilitator here: ed.ted.com/clubs . Please include my full name [Steven Sutantro] as a referral code in your TED-Ed Clubs application.

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After your application is reviewed, you’ll receive an email from the TED-Ed team with next steps for kicking off your club! Feel free to email me if you have any questions to start your own TED Ed Club: steven.sutantro@gmail.com !

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TED Ed Club-Dian Harapan Jakarta

 

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