2022 is looking so bright for the My Quest To Teach Team
We are expanding in our global connections as we expand our content creation with:
One Africa Forum – https://www.oneafricaforum.org/
Clubhouse in the Education Conference Room – https://educ8.world
WordCamp and KidsCamp conferences – https://central.wordcamp.org/
Partnerships with EDU’s, SDG’s, HBCU’s, ORG’s
African Christian Schools – Nigeria
WordFest 2021 – https://www.wordfest.live/2021/july/speakers/william-and-aida-jackson/
The XSTREAM TEAM – https://williamdjackson.edublogs.org/
and other groups looking to engage their youth, teens and young adults.
How MQTT started https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6FDuwnAoRk&t=5s
William and Aida Jackson (United States), Zakaria Laajily and Yousra Mounib
(both of Morocco) are content creators focusing on Africa and the 54 nations of the continent. They are digital innovators for their respective developing brands and interns with My Quest To Teach that is based in the United States, but have global infuences.
My Quest To Teach – William, Aida (LoveBuilt Life, LLC), Zakaria and Yousra
are developing their brands that are announcing as 2022 rises.
Sharing the technology skills of Africans, especially young adults of Morocco
that Zakaria and Yousra are located.
William, Aida, Zakaria and Yousra are contributors to One Africa Forum, WordCamp and Kids Camp conferences, Education Conference rooms on Clubhouse. Zakaria and Yousra are contributing and volunteering with One Africa Forum and developing platforms providing conferences, workshops and trainings.
They will be providing a Podcast supporting Morocco youth, teens and young adults soon as they develop their content, objectives and strategies for implementation. Zakaria and Yousra are both university students with a passion for doing work in their beloved Morocco and sharing their voices as they grow in their skills, talents and abilities as content creators, students and developing influencers on the African continent and as Moroccans.
Zakaria and Yousra are the major contributors of “Africa On The Blog”
https://africaontheblog.org/ and posting content weekly.
Thanks to community organizations for allowing me to speak
to your youth, teens and young adults in past seminars, conferences,
workshops and trainings.
Special appreciation to these organization for allowing me to speak
and as the team grew. Aida Correa-Jackson (formerly Aida Correa)
Edward Waters College / University
Being an HBCU Professor is Awesome –
Florida Blogging and Technology Conference
Jacksonville Urban League
Jacksonville UrbanLeague Young Professionals
The Bridge of Northeast Florida
The Boys and Girls Club
Learn2Earn Mentorship Program, former Mayor Alvin Brown
Blogging While Brown Conference
WordFest Live 2021
ASALA Cultural Heritage Conference
Black Bloggers Connect BBC
National Conference Preventing Crime In The Black Community
The Niche Conference
Ford Bloggers Program – Connect Ford
Interview with Rachel Tutwiler
The First Coast Scholars Program – Jacksonville University (DCPS)
First Timothy Baptist Church – Relationships, Sex and Growth
South Eastern Lectureship – Churches of Christ
Empowerment Resources – Empowering Girls Against Bullying
Boys and Girls Club Keystone Leadership Conference
Mayor Alvin Brown and Community Administration
Northside Church of Christ – Empowering Youth
Prevent Bullying Workshop – Best of Bold Parents Assoc.
Readers Theater of Stetson Kennedy and Zora Neal Hurston
Stop Bullying Now with the MOSH
Museum Of Science and History
Police Athletic League
Family Support Services – Foster Care Services
Tom Joyner Morning Show
Trio of Central Florida
Bar Camps of Orlando, Florida
Orlando Florida Library System
Eatonville Library System