Have you got the gift of gab? Are you good at giving a speech on various topics, and do you usually get positive compliments for your communication skills? Then it is time to give your talent a better platform. Education First is now organizing an excellent program for people like you. Education First Challenge 2021 is an international speech competition giving students an opportunity to discuss positive change. This program represents diverse voices and unique perspectives. This exciting speech competition is interested in accepting applications from students who are between 14 and 18. So don’t let your talent go to waste. Come forward, speak up and put your point of view on some serious topics.
For this year, the theme is “What does ‘opening the world’ mean to you?”. It is a sort of opportunity for you to let the world know your perspective and polish your communication skills. This program will not only boost your confidence but get you some recognization for your skills. As the price of this program, you will receive a week-long trip to New York for the Youth Leadership Forum and a visit to the United Nations. This is not just an ordinary competition but is your golden chance to generate a change not only in your career but in the world. Through group activities, city trips and workshops, you’ll get to connect with a community of promising students from across the globe, engage in open debate, and explore what is possible. With your speech, you can motivate and aware people as well as make a difference in their lives.
Education First has been dedicated to providing life-changing education for global citizens for over 50 years. Its mission has been to give confidence and freedom to people of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds. It has been helping people define their path in life and get a little courage by opening up a world of possibilities for them.
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|Number of Awards||5 to 20|
|Application Deadline||May 15, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible
Students from across the globe can apply for this program.
How to Apply
Candidates should record a three to four-minute-long speech on video that finds a creative and engaging answer to the question: “What does ‘opening the world’ mean to you?” Aspirants must upload their videos on YouTube and share the link with the organization through the EF Challenge website.
The program will select 5 to 20 students from different nationalities as winners, and they will win a one week trip to the EF Youth Leadership Forum that will take place at EF International Language Campus Tarrytown, New York, the USA, in August 2021. The expenses related to the trip will be covered by the promoter: attendance of the forum, economy class return flights to and from your country of residence, accommodation for the duration of the forum, meals, activities tickets and health and travel insurance (Erika travel insurance). The total value of the award is approximately $3,000 per person, depending on the country of residence.
Applications will be accepted until May 15, 2021. Submit your entry on or before this date for the best consideration.