Interested in joining the TEDxUniversityofEdinbugh as society or team member?
Members of the society can get discounted tickets to any events organised throughout the year, such as public speaking workshops or TEDx watch parties.
If you are looking to register as a member of the society to share your interests with likeminded individuals, then join us via EUSA.
If you would like to join the team organising our events, here is a quick guide on our society, so you can find the place in our team that suits you best:
1. Introducing the teams
TEDxUniversityofEdinburgh is split into 3 teams with distinct roles:
The curation team is currently led by Aisha Bokhari and it handles:
- the collection of TEDx talk applications
- the correction & approval of PowerPoint slides
- the organisation of public speaking workshops
- the creation of themes for the events
The curation team is involved with making sure the content of our events is up to the TEDx standard.
Marketing & Communications
The marketing & communications team is currently led by Amalia Bajanaru and it handles:
- overlooking the social media handles of the society
- creating posters for the promotion of events
- working closely with the secretary to handle the admin of the society
The marketing team is involved with informing the public about our events.
The operations team is currently led by Milo Campbell and it handles:
- venue arrangements
- technological supplies
- ticket sales
The operations team is involved with making sure the technical side of our events runs smoothly.
Now that you’ve had a chance to learn about the different teams you could be a part of, take some time to consider which team matches your interests the most?
2. Officially joining us on EUSA
Once you’ve decided that you’re interested in joining a team, you need to officially purchase a membership on the Student’s Association website for the University of Edinburgh:
3. Fill out this form to join a team
Finally, to register your interest in the team you think suits you the most, fill out this form: