Turning Passion Into A Profession – Event Posting
The most talked about Youth African Heritage Month event, that will awaken the entrepreneurial giant inside each attending youth.
Turning Passion Into A Profession© is a powerful Youth African Heritage Month event designed to empower, enhance, engage and inspire students of African and Indigenous heritage who are in grades 8 -12. Taken place on Friday, February 22, 2019 at the Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library.
We are honored to have, for our powerhouse keynote speaker and coordinator leading our 2019 event. The most sought-after, award-winning entrepreneur and international speaker, Jessica Bowden, M.S.M. Creator of Teens Now Talk, founder of the popular annual Passport 2 Youth XPO, and host of our 2018 event.” Nicole Rosenow-Redhead Central Library Youth Services.
Our power-pack Turning Passion into A profession lineup of guest speakers Councillor Lindell Smith Halifax first black councillor elected since 2000, Corey Writes triple threat performer, Dr. Henry Annan, advocacy for students, global health and sustainable healthcare, Jaleesa Tolliver, when to Ottawa to represent Dartmouth High in the National Student Commonwealth forum and Dr. Olugu Ukpai founder of Halifax Multicultural Drummers.
Turning Passion Into A Profession© – is hosted by Teens Now Talk, =ITY Inspiring Today’s Youth Society and sponsored by the Halifax Public Libraries.
To book your school students for this powerful 2019 Youth African Heritage Month event, and receive your VIP pass, contact Susan Shea firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited