If you want to change the world talk to a kid: Qayam Devji at TEDxKids@BC | Vancouver Youth

If you want to change the world talk to a kid: Qayam Devji at TEDxKids@BC | Vancouver Youth

Qayam Devji is excited to be entering Grade 8 in September in West Vancouver. A reader, writer, actor and community volunteer, Qayam curated his first TEDxKids event after being inspired by attending TEDxKids@BC in October 2012. He presented his first TEDTalk on how teachers can help students achieve great ideas at TEDxWestVancouver ED in May 2013. In his free time Qayam enjoys hip hop dance and volunteers with the West Vancouver Rec Commission and the Ismaili Council for BC.

Click here to watch at the source: http://www.vancouveryouth.ca | Vancouver Youth.

Earlier related:

  1. Qayam Devji to present at TEDxKids, Vancouver, October 26, 2013
  2. Qayam Devji at TEDxWestVancouverED: How Teachers Can Help Students Achieve Big Ideas
  3. Qayam Devji receives 1st place book award for School District 45 West Vancouver

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, its achievements and humanitarian works.

One thought

  1. Reblogged this on IamIsmailiUth and commented:
    I feel confident that many more Ismaili Youth can participate in opportunities like this and inspire others. GO FOR IT!!!!


    The mission of TEDxKids@BC is to help create a world in which the kids have been invited to explore their passions and to contribute in realizing such a world for the youth in our community. To accomplish this, we’re trying to build platform for facilitating opportunities to empower kids and help them apply their passions. Find out more at http://www.tedxkidsbc.com


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