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STAGES

MAIN STAGE

 


10.45 BW Dance
11.00 Diskussion “Road sign to the future – how to grow to become a talent, who the labor market needs?“
12.00 Movement break
13.00 Improv Ruutu10
14.00 Fashion show TTHK tailor – the work of a stilist throughout history
14.30 “Estonia 100” hairdressers show
15.30 “My entrepreneurship story” awarding ceremony
16.30 Meero Music School soloists
17.00 BW Dance & Mariliis Jõgeva


10.45 Dance. Mustad Kassid
11.00 Discussion “Career plan for whole life – how to be happy and successful?“
12.00 Movement break
13.00 Hobby education show
14.00 Daniel Levi band soundcheck
15.00 Show “Life without internet”. Performance by the youngsters of KutiMuti youth camp.
16.00 Concert Daniel Levi band


SMALL STAGES

A-STAGE


11.30 Battle of Business. Ettevõtlusküla
12.30 Performace of police dogs
13.30 Debate “Which road should I choose after basic school?“
14.30 How the year abroad gave me the push to become venturesome? Sandra Võsaste, YFU
15.30 “With passion from zero to the top”. Merilin Taimre, CEO of Paljas Porgand
16.15 Show “This is the way we grow up”. The brigade of Laulasmaa work camp

16.30

ETA Dance School

Dance programme with different dance styles


11.30 Reverse job interview. Eesti Töötukassa.
12.30 Performace of police dogs
13.30 Debate “Is it time to go to work or should I continue with studies?“
14.30
15.30


B-STAGE


11.30 “A Road to health and self-love” Helena Kõivasaar
12.30 Science Show. Kolm Põrsakest
13.30 Discussion “Virtualreality: my future job?” Madis Vasser, Tartu University doctorant
14.30
15.30
16.15


11.30
12.30 Science Show. Kolm Põrsakest
13.30 Clever science theatre and experiences of the youngsters. Taibukate Teaduskool
14.30

ETA Dance School

Dance programme with different dance styles

15.30


 

  

The activities of Youth Information Fair regarding youth information are financed by a European Social Fund co-financed programme “Tõrjutusriskis noorte kaasamine ja noorte tööhõivevalmiduse parandamine” confirmed by the minister of education and research and implemented by Estonian Youth Work Centre

Youth Information Fair Teeviit 2017 takes place on 7th-8th of December in the Estonian Fairs Centre, Tallinn. FAIR IS FREE OF CHARGE FOR ALL VISITORS!