Inspire the Leaders of Tomorrow – Be a Speaker
Being a Washington Business Week speaker is a great way to make an impact on the future leaders of tomorrow. Share your experience and expertise with high school students who are eager to learn. Topics can range from entrepreneurship, leadership, marketing, and team dynamics to brainstorming, ethics, fiscal responsibility, and more. Inspire students with your stories of success, teamwork, leadership, and lessons learned.
If speaking is your passion, come share it with the leaders of the future. Please fill out our Volunteer Form if you are interested in speaking to our students! Being selected as a WBW speaker is a competitive process. The WBW team looks forward to learning about you.
Our programs are in-person and virtual. Our virtual speakers will use Zoom to deliver their message to our students. We recommend speakers be familiar with this platform and as interactive as possible. The in-person speakers will come to the campus locations.
Questions? Please contact Gena, Executive Director with questions and/or to discuss this awesome volunteer opportunity.
A small sampling of our recent speakers:
Personal Ownership in the face of adversity is the most important skill in life.
STAN W. MCNAUGHTON
“Our accomplishments in life are not measured by our abilities or disabilities, but rather by our willingness to try” Clark Roberts
Owner, On Course College Consulting LLC
Overcoming Adversity – People on the Rise
Two-time UW admission reject, Freelance Writer in the mountain sports industry, and co-owner of Pallas Snowboards, Stephanie Nitsch talks about Failing Forward.
Former NFL Player, turned financial guru teaches Financial Literacy.