What takes place during a Told They Can’t Experience?
The sessions are custom tailored for each audience and include the screening of select documentary clips, followed by panel discussions, workshops, break-out sessions, lectures, motivational talks conducted by the available high-profile professionals featured in the film. Many are highly accomplished public speakers and educators with illustrious achievements: such as publishing hundreds of scientific papers in The New England Journal of Medicine, or working to develop pivotal technology for Apple – the original bondi blue iMac, the “cube,” the clamshell iBook, iPads, MacBook Pro’s, MacBook Airs, and iMacs.
Who is a Told They Can’t session intended for?
Students, parents, grandparents, K-12 schools, colleges, universities, graduate schools, student affinity groups (First Gen Club for example). Professional Development conferences and seminars for professors, teachers, educators, staff, school board members, administrators, government leaders at city, county, state, and federal levels, prison staff, prisoners, those in juvenile detention and the staff, armed forces enlistees, officers and civilian employees, plus employee affinity groups across all industries.
What can attendees takeaway from a Told They Can’t event?
Boldness to refuse being told they can’t, even by those in authority. Rather, aspiring to become all they possibly can.
Ability to reject being shamed if they come from a broken home, or poverty, or have experienced extraordinary challenges. Owning it, knowing the experience gives one an advantage in life.
Confidence it’s possible to overcome any and all adversity they face if they refuse to give up as evidenced by those featured in the Told They Can’t film.
Inclusive understanding that every child is endowed with the same limitless human potential, no matter background, ethnicity, social status or family income. As such, deserves to be treated with dignity and given opportunity.
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