While all of the speakers with whom we work regularly give presentations at colleges and universities, a few have crafted unique topics that are specially geared toward mainstream undergraduate and graduate student audiences. These speakers, many of whom launched their respective careers and life paths while still in school, have pertinent messages and ideas to share with the next generation of leaders and doers.
In the spirit of education, our speakers tend to be flexible when it comes to working with academic institutions. Further, 5% of the gross revenue from each event is donated directly back to the sponsoring organization by way of a textbook scholarship for a deserving student or group of students. Ask us the terms and conditions on how to make this possible for your school!
A Washington Post opinion writer, Jonathan Capehart is a leading voice on politics and gay rights, writing on everything from the ending of “don’t ask, don’t tell”, to race, to the pursuit of marriage equality. Read More >
Showtime in the Newsroom: The Power of Purposeful Journalism
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In this groundbreaking talk, Jonathan shares his experiences currently working at The Washington Post and MSNBC, as well as the lessons learned in determination, ethics, perception, and persuasion. Though Jonathan won the journalism Pulitzer...
Lauren Berger is arguably the leading expert on Internships in the world. She is the founder of Intern Queen, Inc., an online internship destination that helps students find and apply for internships and make the most of their experiences. Read More >
College: The First Day of Your Future
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Lauren Berger, the founder & CEO of Intern Queen, Inc., shows college students how they can start focusing on their future and setting the career goals in the early days of college. She shows them how to slowly transition their minds into focused, prepared individuals...
Blake Mycoskie is the founder and Chief Shoe Giver of TOMS, and the person behind the idea of One for One, which has turned into a global movement. Since it began in 2006, TOMS has given ten million pairs of new shoes to children in need. Read More >
The New Rules for Tomorrow’s Business: A Student’s Guide to Making a Difference in the World
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With the popularity of Facebook, Twitter, and the rise of social media, a new generation of socially conscious students—tuned-in, tech savvy, and ready to engage the world—has emerged on college campuses. And...
Nataly Kogan of Happier.com visits with Dr. OZ
Environmentalist and filmmaker Rob Stewart launches Save the Humans...
Dan Pallotta's TED Talk is one of the 100 most-viewed of all-time
Blake Mycoskie named one of USA Today's "Top 5 communicators in the world"
Movember Founder Adam Garone launches Podcast with Lance Armstrong's first interview since Oprah