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Tips for Genius Project Forum Success

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The Genius Project Forum, happening on April 25,  is an opportunity for the junior class to pitch their Genius Project ideas to a group of staff members, parents and other students. For seniors, it’s a time to present their TedTalks and celebrate what they’ve accomplished with their Genius Project over the past two years.

At the forum, viewers will be able to give feedback to the juniors and vote on which senior Genius Projects they’d like to be showcased at the Symposium on June 8.    

As the Genius Project Forum approaches, students are busy writing their pitches and TedTalks. Here are eight tips to prepare for the Forum.

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Tips for Genius Project Forum Success