Rosatom TeenPower Project received two international EVENTEX AWARDS

The TeenPower educational space, was awarded twice at once by the prestigious international Eventex Awards

TeenPower won first prize for the best implementation of a sponsored project and second place in the "Socially Responsible Project" category. Within the framework of the championship, Rosatom handed over its stand to 200 teenagers from 10 regions of Russia, who developed the design, supervised the construction process, and organized the work of TeenPower space. Over 4 days, the TeenPower platform hosted 40 lectures, workshops, performances and discussions in the TED Talks format. The average age of speakers was 15, while the youngest was 12. Rosatom's Teen Power space has become one of the most visited partner stands at WorldSkills Kazan 2019. The Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, the President of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov, the CEO of "Rosatom" Alexey Likhachev, official delegates of WorldSkills and 45 thousand participants of the championship were its guests.

We are pleased to appreciate the result of the work of a large team consisting of representatives of different generations. Only in the process of co-creation, the creative potential of each team member is revealed, and such inspiring projects as “TeenPower appear", the CEO of the Rosatom Corporate Academy Yulia Uzhakina said.

The Eventex Awards this year was held for the 10th anniversary and is the largest international competition in the field of event management. Each year, the award celebrates the best events, practices and event organizers around the world. In 2020, 444 projects from 39 countries participated in the competition, implemented in 2019.