Taking place in the UBC studios, Sharing The Dream, a team of highschool students from the lowermainland, and Global Citizens of the world had their final webcast. There they reflected on the legacies that the Games will leave behind and they connected with Students from London to give them advice on how to make their Games as successful as ours. They shared their experiences, and and encouraged the students to get involved and be an active participant in the Olympic Games, they also passed on the torch of global citizenship to the youth in London. There were big names in attendance such as Olympians Julia Murray and Jonathon Edwards, Paralympian Tyler Mosher, Minister of Education Margaret MacDiarmid and the CEO of VANOC Mr. John Furlong.
Throughout the entire webcast I was amazed at how calm and relaxed the Sharing the Dream webcast team looked. They spoke with such ease and their words were brilliant.
Check it out here! http://www.sharingthedream.gov.bc.ca/resources/webcasts/welcome.php
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