The Quest Conference is committed to providing an inclusive learning environment, which provides exceptional information and presentations. The Quest for Well-Being: Making Connections, Making Commitments reinforces this commitment with the understanding that it is important to hear and learn from student voices on the various aspects of mental health and well-being. Through Student Voice Talks, Quest 2018 provides an opportunity for students to share their knowledge and experiences with educational participants.
Students will present through TED style talks, poetry slam, spoken word and/or rants. Participants will be immersed in the in depth and passionate presentations, taking away firsthand information to be reflected upon and implemented in their roles.
The Quest 2017 Student Voice Talks were powerful and inspirational, watch the Talks from the Quest for Well-Being: A Collective Responsibility to hear significant, influential presentations.
The Call for Student Voice Talks Proposals is now open!
Quest 2018 Student Voice Talks proposal information:
- Have a strong connection to the conference theme – “The Quest for Well-Being: Making Connections, Making Commitments”.
- Have a clear and engaging title.
- Each proposal is required to provide the name of a teacher liaison. The teacher liaison will be included in the communications with the ‘Quest Student Voice Talks Committee’ to assist with the preparation of the presentation.
- There will be a requirement of some travel and time away from the classroom when preparing for the Quest Conference.
- The Quest Student Voice Talk Committee will review all proposals, and a Committee member will contact the successful Student Voice Talks presenters.