Speaking on the symposium stage can be a life-changing experience. Often times, students hit a point in their projects where they find themselves asking "now what?" Our symposium is designed to empower students who are already advocates for change on campus and in the community. Speaking at the symposium isn't just giving about giving a presentation. We assist students in shaping and advancing their ideas and learning how to tell their stories. You will leave the stage with a whole new set of tools and connections to drive your project forward.
What does The Ethos Project look for in a speaker?
Our ideal speaker is dedicated, passionate, and creative. They think outside the box of what is expected to make an impact in the community. They have a project based on individual research that aims to create change. They are upstanders, they use their story to inspire others, and they are eager to grow.
How to become a speaker:
Becoming a speaker is easier than you might think. All you need to do is fill out our speaker application, when it becomes available.