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What is a Workshop?

Each workshop will give 4–6 Youth Speakers the chance to practice their talk in a group setting. This is an opportunity for Youth Speakers to receive general and/or specific feedback from individuals outside of their immediate network. For specific feedback, Speakers are encouraged to pose questions to their audience prior to speaking in order to highlight areas of their talk where feedback is desired. Each Speaker will have approximately 20 minutes of workshop time. Speakers are strongly encouraged to sign up for at least two workshops between now and November, 9. Scroll to read about our different venues & sign up below to secure your spot.

Workshop Calendar PDF

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Mimecast

Located outside of Boston in Lexington, MA, Mimecast is a leading email and data security company with an internal talk platform similar to TEDx. At Mimecast, you can expect an audience made up primarily of: Mimecast leadership team members and staff with experience in public speaking, TEDxYouth curation team members, past/potential Youth Speakers, Catalysts, and community members.

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Small Army:

Small Army is an ad agency that values storytelling. Small Army has partnered with TEDxYouth over the past two years, providing our team with a space to host workshops and meetings. At Small Army, you can expect an audience made up primarily of: TEDxYouth curation team members, past/potential Youth Speakers, Catalysts, and community members.

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The Boston Children’s Museum

The Boston Children’s Museum is one of the most influential children’s museums in the world and we are thrilled to bring them on as a workshop sponsor this year. At Boston Children’s Museum, you can expect an audience made up primarily of: Boston Children’s Museum leadership team members, TEDxYouth curation team members, past/potential Youth Speakers, Catalysts, and community members. At this event in particular, we will be encouraging all unassigned Catalysts to attend.

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The Village Works

The Village Works is neighborhood co-working space in Brookline Village. The Village Works has partnered with TEDxYouth over the past year, providing our team with a space to host workshops and meetings. At The Village Works, you can expect an audience made up primarily of: TEDxYouth curation team members, past/potential Youth Speakers, Catalysts, and community members.

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Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

BCG partners with leaders in business and society to tackle their most important challenges and capture their greatest opportunities. At BCG, you can expect an audience made up primarily of: BCG partners, TEDxYouth curation team members, past/potential Youth Speakers, Catalysts, and community members.

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City Year:

City Year is a national nonprofit that helps to close gaps in high-need schools by supporting students’ academic and social emotional development while also providing schools with the additional capacity to enhance school culture and climate. At City Year, you can expect an audience made up primarily of: City Year staff and AmeriCorps members, TEDxYouth curation team members, past/potential Youth Speakers, Catalysts, and community members.