Health Webinar | YouthTalkNation Mental Health Case Competition

17 Apr 2021 9:30 PM 5 hours 30 minutes

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This is a FREE WEBINAR on Health

Schedule : Apr 17th 2021 Time: 9:30 pm IST

Is this a LIVE WEBINAR : yes, this will be a live webinar

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Our case competition will be a day-long event on April 17th, running from 9:00am PST to 2:30pm PST. In partnership with Hope Foundation, the event will feature a keynote workshop and guest speakers, as well as a panel of notable judges. The event will take place via Zoom.

The competition prompt will be related to the topic of mental health of youth, and will be announced on the day of the conference.

Attendees will participate in teams of 2-5 students, with all teams presenting in Round 1, and semi-finalists presenting in Round 2. The winning team will earn a cash prize of $250.

Please note that all participants should be in high school. One person from each team should register all teammates; please order event tickets in quantities of 2-5.


In partnership with FUSE Society, YouthTalkNation is offering a case competition prep workshop on April 10, 2021. This event is separate from the case competition itself, but will serve as a great introductory event to prepare attendees for a typical case competition. If interested, please visit the Eventbrite link for the Prep Workshop here. Please note that the workshop is open to everyone; however, YouthTalkNation case competition attendees will be given priority registration.


9:00am: Opening Ceremony and Keynote Speaker

10:00am: Prompt Released

12:00pm: Lunch Break

1:00pm: Round 1 Presentation

1:30pm: Round 1 Feedback

2:00pm: Round 2 Presentation

2:30pm: Winner announced


HOPE is a registered charity in Canada with branches from coast to coast. We are connected to 52 nonprofit partners, have HOPE branches in 12 high schools and 6 universities, and involve over 3000 youth in our network annually.

HOPE exists as a platform to inspire innovative solutions to broken systems. Whether providing short-term relief, or building long-term systems, we believe that the best answers are global in concept, local in execution, and limitless in its ability to create and inspire change.