Youtube will carry out virtual graduation ceremony for millions of students

Youtube will carry out virtual graduation ceremony for millions of students

 

For the millions of students who did not perform the traditional graduation ceremony, YouTube announced a virtual event with the participation of special guests.

WASHINGTON – Due to the suspension of classes and massive public events due to the coronavirus pandemic, millions of students will not have a graduation ceremony, so the company announced that it will hold a virtual event with special guests and will broadcast it on its platform in line.

“Dear class of 2020” (Dear Class of 2020), as the event has been called, will be held live on June 6 with the participation of guest speakers.

“Dear Class of 2020” is a virtual graduation celebration that brings together inspiring leaders, celebrities and content creators on YouTube to celebrate graduates, their families and their communities, “said the statement posted on the event’s official website.

Among the speakers invited to the virtual graduation ceremony, the former President of the United States, Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle Obama, as well as the singer Lady Gaga, and the activist, Malala Yousafzai, stand out.

Korean pop music band BTS, American singer-songwriters Alicia Keys and Kelly Rowland, among others, will also participate.

Youtube will carry out virtual graduation ceremony for millions of students

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