The national convention of Dreams for Tomorrow was held at the United International University campus in Dhaka recently.
Hundreds of schoolchildren, their teachers and parents from fifty-three Dreams for Tomorrow centres joined the convention from across the country along with the volunteers and well-wishers.
The convention was inaugurated by Rezwan Khan, a prominent academic and engineer, and Ayman Sadiq, CEO of Ten Minutes School, in the morning.
The workshop sessions of the convention discussed the activities of Dreams for Tomorrow in detail to let students and teachers know about the organization as well as the ways to develop volunteers’ skills. In the afternoon, students of Dreams for Tomorrow presented an enchanting cultural show.
Zaved Parvez, founder and Trustee of Dreams for Tomorrow, presented the keynote speech of the National Convention during main discussion session and certificate distribution ceremony in the afternoon.
At this stage, the guests unveiled the new Dreams for Tomorrow website and the logo of their new project ‘Your Dreams’.
Convention’s sponsor Safe Hands founder Salma Adil, also CFO of Top of Mind Group, spoke at the programme as the special guest. She urged the students to remain vigilant to prevent bullying in schools and colleges.
Rashed Mujib Noman, CEO of co-sponsor Augmedix, and Sultanur Ashif of Northern Tosrifa Group Also addressed the conference.
Munir Hassan of Prothom Alo, Iqbal Bahar of UTV, senior official of Robi Anamika Bhakt and Kaniz Fatima addressed the program as special guests as well.
Mofizur Rahman, VC of UIU, presented the closing speech of the program. UTV broadcasted the entire convention program live online.
Dreams for Tomorrow is a non-profit organisation which is working to spread modern science and knowledge among schoolchildren along with technology-based education.
In addition, the organisation encourages schoolchildren to learn about their dreams, values, and patriotism and leadership qualities.
Currently, Dreams for Tomorrow is providing practical lesson to more than 30,000 students about values, dreams, patriotism and leadership through 53 centres across the country.
In the near future, Dreams for Tomorrow wants to spread 2000 centres across the country so that any student can receive the facility of a centre within 2 km of his/her home. Dreams for Tomorrow looks forward to the best cooperation of all in this regard. (Source: New Age)