Turning Passion Into A Profession

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Friday, 22 February, 2019 - 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Paul O’Regan Hall; Halifax Central Library; 5440 Spring Garden Road; Halifax
Preregistration Only
Organized By: Teens Now Talk

"Some say seeing is believing, I say seeing your own, achieve is believing!" J Bowden M.S.M.

Turning Passion Into A Profession© is a unique and innovated morning designed to empower, enhance, engage and inspire grades 9 -12 students of African and Indigenous heritage. This powerful event stimulates the entrepreneurial and career needs and wants of today’s youth while preparing youth to becomes agents of positive change both in themselves and in their communities.  NOTE: Pre-registration of student only. Seats are limited.

“We are honored to have, for our keynote speaker and facilitator leading our 2019 event, the award-winning and international speaker Ms. Jessica Bowden, M.S.M. Creator of Teens Now Talk, founder of the popular annual Passport 2 Youth XPO, and host of our 2018 event.” Nicole Rosenow-Redhead Central Library Youth Services "Turning Passion Into A Profession© is about implementing action, an awakening the inner genius. Providing youth with the tools to identify their goals and careers.  A platform to engage with African Nova Scotian entrepreneurs to truly see and hear from several guest speakers in medical, music, political, trades fields) and identify with their journey towards success. says Ms. Jessica Bowden, M.S.M. event keynote speaker, and facilitator. PLUS, as a bonus, youth will learn the skill of networking with like-minded and key individuals to help plant or nourish their future seeds."


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