On Saturday, Nov. 17, more than 20 speakers, performers and kids will take the stage at TEDYouth, a TED event for high school students. It happens 1-6pm Eastern in New York, and it’ll be livestreamed for free — and translated into Spanish and Arabic!
Sign up for an email reminder of the TEDYouth webstream — you’ll get one email on Friday and another email one hour before the show starts.
And read more about the amazing speakers planned for TEDYouth. Each one will be bringing a great short lesson, poem or demo to share with the audience in New York and around the world.
TEDYouth is just one part of a larger event happening this weekend across the globe. TEDxYouthDay is a series of TEDx events for and by young people on Saturday, November 17, and Sunday, November 18. Themed “Dream Big … Then Do It,” more than 100 events in 46 countries will be inspiring curiosity, igniting new ideas and empowering young leaders.
Check out the live simulcasts of speakers from TEDxYouthDay events around the world at tedxyouthday.ted.com >>