Claes Nobel emphasized the power of hope to the young audience as exemplified by the Nobel Peace Prize.
Claes Nobel spoke on “The Power of Hope” to over on 1,300 students from around the country at the 2013 Presidential Inaugural Conference in Washington D.C. sponsored by Envision EMI.
“116 years after the death of Alfred Nobel the luster of a Nobel Prize shines as bright as ever. Unquestionably, the foremost hallmark of the visionary World Betterment Legacy of my Great Grand Uncle is “Peace and Excellence”, stated Nobel.
The five-day conference (January 19th-23rd) is a nonpartisan educational event that takes place every four years for Middle School, High School, and College students in celebration and recognition of the Inauguration of the President and Vice President of the United States.
Featured keynote speakers also include fromer Governor, Jeb Bush, Dr. Condoleeza Rice, Retired General Wesley Clark.
The Envision EMI , in partnership with the National Society of High School Scholars, (NSHSS), hosted the 2013 Presidential Inaugural Conference honors high achieving students and honors them through its programs of the National Young Scholars Program, the Congressional Youth Leadership Council, the National Youth Leadership Forum, and International Scholar Laureate Program.
Link: Claes Nobel’s Speech “The Power of Hope”.