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About SAVE TED-Ed Clubs

Save Foundation’s Ted-Ed Clubs are clubs which encourage youth to stand up and have their voices heard. It offers youth a chance to explore topics they’re passionate about, to convert their thoughts into a speech and to then perform it to an audience.

Club members are provided with materials, tailored to each student’s individual needs, as well as the advice and mentoring they need. The skills and course material covered during the club cycle is not covered in schools and students who do not go to school do not receive any training in these skills. Public speaking, interviewing skills and English comprehension are all important skills needed to succeed in the working world. So by teaching these to students through fun and interesting ways, Ted-Ed Clubs are allowing students to further succeed into the working world.

Why TED-Ed Clubs?

The skills and course material covered during the club cycle is not covered in government school curriculums and those who do not go to school do not receive any training in these skills. Public speaking, interview skills, and English comprehension are all important skills needed to succeed in the working world. By teaching these skills to the students through fun and interesting ways, TED-Ed Clubs are allowing students to further succeed in the working world.

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Connections

TED-Ed clubs represent thousands of students from all around the world actively pursuing and presenting their great ideas and stories. As part of this global network, the club members have the opportunity to connect with clubs from around the world or with local organizations, broadening their circle of opportunities.

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