We're back for another year of the 24HCP! And in anticipation of the event, we're recruiting Citizen Teams, and want YOU to come share your ideas with us. Let's kick back, drink some beer (or your beverage of choice), and talk about ideas that you have the for the community. This is a speed dating-style, informal, idea generation session. It's the event where teams, MIBRARY and Krewe De Canailles, all began. Don't be shy. Bad ideas are welcomed. No idea is too small. No strings attached.
For this year's Idea Exchange, we've decided to partner with our friends at TEDx and The Current. TEDx will be available to discuss "Ideas Worth Sharing" in advance of their TEDx event on September 8. The Current's editor Christiaan Mader will be on hand to talk about The Current's upcoming relaunch this April. He's issued an open call for "Questions Worth Answering." Ask him yours in person at the Idea Exchange or at The Current's Relaunch Party on March 21 at Jefferson Street Pub. Sign up for The Current's Weekly WIre newsletter and get a spot on the guest list.
What is the 24 Hour Citizen Project?
The 24 Hour Citizen Project is an annual event in Lafayette, LA people with community-focused ideas are connected with expertise and financial backers to make their idea happen. This is an event created for citizens to impact their community directly through the pursuit of citizen-led projects. Be prepared to experience the ups and downs of pursuing your idea, the pressure of getting it done in 24 hours, and the encouragement given to you by your fellow citizens cheering you on!
Learn more about the 24HCP here: http://24hourcitizenproject.com/
What is the Current?
The Current is Lafayette's first reader-powered news outlet designed for the digital space. Through thoughtful storytelling and interactive media, The Current explores and explains the ideas, the people and the trends that move our city.
What is TEDxVermilionStreet?
TEDxVermilionStreet is a platform to connect individuals and ideas within our local, regional, and statewide community. The event serves to encourage discussion and generate ideas that can help to move our community forward and transform the way we think of ourselves and our community.
The Jefferson Street Pub
Thursday, March 15th | 6:30 PM-8:30 PMFree Admission