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Novák Katalin
Novák Katalin
minister for families

Welcome

The support of talents is an investment into the future and a prioritised matter. We have been keeping this in our minds during the preparation of Budapest Talent Summit 2021. It is an honour to me that every second year we can provide an insight with the Summit into the professional work that typifies the National Talent Program. With the Summit, we demonstrate the constructive work that we do for the recognition and care of talents not only to ourselves but to an international audience as wellWe are also appreciative of the fact that there are more and more people every year who become to find talent care importantThis is shown by the increasing interest of local and international experts for Budapest Talent Summit and by the simple fact that more and more people are accepting our invitation to the Summit. We would like to thank them too for sharing their experience and best practices with us and by this contributing to the successful talent development of the youth. 

About the conference

On October 7-8, 2021, the National Talent Center will organize the international conference “Budapest Talent Summit”, the aim of which is to invite the invited international delegates and experts to get acquainted with Hungary’s comprehensive talent management strategy, the world’s unique National Talent Program and its most important elements. and outstanding results. The conference is supported by the professional oversight body of the National Talent Center with the support of the Prime Minister’s Office, the Minister without Portfolio for Families. In connection with the Hungarian Presidency of the European Council. The conference will bring international professionals, diplomats, state leaders, National Talent, Winning talents, mentors, instructors, artists, organizations participating in the program will participate.

We hope that the conference will help launch a wider European dialogue on nurturing talent and shaping its future.

Programme

7 October 2021

Moderator of the conference: Mr. Gergő Süveges

8:00–9:00

Registration

9:00–9:10

Ceremonial opening

Arts performance

9:10–9:20

Welcoming speech of Mr. László Péter Kollár, Secretary-General of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

9:20 – 9:40

Welcoming speech of H.E. Mrs. Katalin Novák, Minister for Families

9:40 – 10:00

Presentation of Prof. Dr. Albert Ziegler, the Vice President of ECHA, leader of
World Giftedness Centre, co-founder of CyberMentor, an online mentoring
programme for talented girls in STEM (Germany)

10:00 – 10:30

Ministerial Presentations

H.E. Mrs. Evis Kushi – Minister of Education, Sport and Youth, Republic of Albania
Mr. Milan Savić, State Secretary – Ministry of Youth and Sports, Republic of
Serbia

10:30 – 12:00

Roundtable discussion and case study – Stipendium Peregrinum

The Hungarian National Talent Centre launched its Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship together with the Minister for Families in 2020. Instructors constitute an invaluable component of the programme; specialising in a wide variety of disciplines, ranging from scientists, through artists to talent care experts and state leaders.
Parts of the programme such as its methodology, aims, professional framework of its execution and the outstanding role of the instructors leave it unequalled worldwide. Throughout the discussion the instructors will share their experiences with the program.

Moderator:

Mr. Benedek Forrai, a winner of Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship in 2020 and 2021

Panel members:

  1. H.E. Mrs. Katalin Novák, Minister for Families, Chair of the National Talent
    Forum, Instructor of the Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship in 2020 and 2021
  2. Mr. Áron Szilágyi, three-time Olympic champion in Fencing, president of Vasas
    SC’s Department for Fencing, Talent Ambassador of MOL
  3. Mr. János Balázs, piano artist, instructor of the Stipendium Peregrinum
    Scholarship in 2020 and 2021, member of its jury
  4. Ms. Kata Stumpf, President of Konnekt Association, Instructor of the
    Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship in 2021
  5. Stipendium Peregrinum winner students: Ms. Maya Beleznay, Mr. Teodor
    Földi, Mr. Bence Gergely, Mr. Róbert Janzsó

12:00 – 13:00

Lunch

13:00 – 14:40

Presentations and plenary panel discussion – Innovation Potential of Talent
Care

Talent care is an important and sensitive topic, however, it is even more important to allow the innovation potential of talents to prevail and give them a chance to fulfil their social roles at the same time. Therefore, Hungary’s government sponsors the activity of so called ‘umbrella organisations’, which are either NGOs, foundations or governmental organisations. At the same time, such organisations help connecting social, economic, civil and private parties with each other. What are these organisations and how do they take part in the world of science, job market, or even, female competitivity?

Talent path:

Mr. Tamás Stenczel, researcher at University of Cambridge, Young Talents of
the Nation Scholarship winner, tells the audience about how the Scholarship
benefited him.

13:00 – 13:40

Presentations

Speakers:

  1. Dr. Balázs Orbán, state secretary, chairman of the Board of Trustees at the
    Mathias Corvinus Collegium Foundation – Strategic introduction of MCC
  2. Mr. Péter Bajor, Introduction of MATEHETSZ (Association of Hungarian Talent
    Support Organizations)
  3. Prof. Dr. Heidrun Stöger, Co-founder of CyberMentor, an online mentoring
    programme for talented girls in STEM (Germany)
  4. Ms. Anna Korzeniewska, Founder and CEO of Talent Development Foundation
    (Poland)

13:40 – 14:40

Plenary panel discussion

Following the presentations, the panel members are going to bring up practical examples on how these big talent care organisations and programs may help the various parties of talents, science and the job market to find each other.

Moderator:

Ms. Csilla Fuszek, director of European Talent Centre Budapest

Panel members:

  1. Prof. Dr. Heidrun Stöger, Co-founder of CyberMentor, an online mentoring
    programme for talented girls in STEM (Germany)
  2. Ms. Anna Korzeniewska, Founder and CEO of Talent Development Foundation
    (Poland)
  3. Dr. Orsolya Ildikó Ferencz, Ministerial Commissioner for space exploration (Hungary)
  4. Dr. Zoltán Szalai, Director General of Mathias Corvinus Collegium (Hungary)
  5. Ambassador Katalin Bogyay, President of the UN Association Hungary (UNA- HU)

14:40 – 15:00

Coffee Break

15:00 – 15:40

Roundtable discussion and case study – Hungarian Talented Youth in the World – National Talent Program & Talentum Hungaricum Scholarship

The National Talent Program has helped many young people unfold their talent since its start. At the roundtable session, we will talk with the beneficiaries of the program about their achievements, what the programme has given them and how it influenced their careers, thinking and future.

Moderator:

Dr. Zsófia Papp, managing director of the National Talent Center, instructor of
the Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship in 2021

Panel members:

NFTÖ (Young Talents of the Nation Scholarship) and Talentum Hungaricum winner students: Mr. Balázs Fröhlich, custom electric motorbike designer, Ms. Orsolya Janszó, opera singer, student of the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Mr. Áron Beri, musician, winner of several NFTÖ scholarships, graduate of the Snétberger Music Talent Center, Mr. Majzik Lionel, astrophotographer, Mr. Gellért Szó, Master Confectioner of Reök Handmade Confectionery and Coffee House, Mr. Máté Möntör, winner of several NFTÖ scholarships, creator of METRONOM, a musical board game

15.40-16.40

Presentations – Methods of Supporting Underprivileged Talents

One of talent care’s most acute topics is talent loss which occurs the most within underprivileged areas and families.

Organisations can overcome this problem by developing comprehensive support systems that focus on talent recognition and support, a well-educated and talent-friendly environment in schools, mentoring programs and last but not least, systems that maintain the motivation of young talents throughout their education.

Speakers:

  1. Mrs. Katalin Langerné Victor, Deputy State Secretary for Social Mobility
  2. Mr. Miklós Vecsei, Prime-ministerial Commissioner responsible for the Emerging Settlements Program
  3. Mrs. Erika Csányi & Dr. Miklós Radoszáv, Csányi Foundation
  4. Mr. Ferenc Snétberger, Founder of the Snétberger Program – video message
  5. Dr. Zsófia Papp, Managing Director of National Talent Center, manager of the Snétberger Program
  6. Ms. Mariann Peller, Founder of Virtuosos

16:40-17:00

Coffee Break

17.00-18:20

Presentations and plenary panel discussion – Talent Recognition and
Identification

Science based talent identification systems exist in many countries of the world, such as the USA or Singapore. In the past years, there have been many attempts for development in Central Europe too, however, in the last six years the EU Project EFOP 3.2.1 titled Hungary of Talents brought an extraordinary change too. The speakers will present the scientific bases of talent identification and its tools, results and practical results as well in an easy-to-understand way.

17:00 – 17:20

Presentations

Speakers:

  1. Prof. Dr. Mojca Juriševič, Professor of Educational Psychology, Faculty of
    Education, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
  2. Prof. Dr. David Yun Dai, Expert of American and far-eastern talent care
    methods and programmes, University of Albany (USA)

17:20 – 18:20

Plenary panel discussions

Following the presentations, the panel members are going to explain why it is important for countries to integrate talent measuring as a routine task and how the young talents, their families and the talent care experts may benefit from this practice.

Moderator:

Dr. Szilvia Fodor, research associate

Panel members:

  1. Prof. Dr. Mojca Juriševič, Professor of Educational Psychology, Faculty of
    Education, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
  2. Ms. Edit Sinka, Vice Project Manager of National Talent Center
  3. Prof. Dr. David Yun Dai, Expert of American and far-eastern talent care
    methods and programmes, University of Albany (USA)
  4. Dr. Nóra Katona, Eszterházy Károly Catholic University, Education 2030
    Research Group, Eger

18:20 – 18:30

Closing speech

Ms. Zsófia Rácz, Deputy State Secretary for young people, closes the conference

8 October 2021

Visit to the Secondary School of Visual Arts, a Qualified Talent Fostering School (MTM) of National Talent Center, in Budapest.

Time: 8 October, from 10AM to 2PM – guided city-walk, demo class, lunch

Location: Starting from the lobby of Kempinski Hotel Corvinus (1051 Budapest, Erzsébet tér 7–8.)

Location of demo class: Secondary School of Visual Arts (KISKÉPZŐ) Qualified Talent Fostering School (1093 Budapest, Török Pál utca 1.) The experts of Hungarian National Talent Centre will also attend this program and they will present the network of Qualified Talent Fostering Schools and the results of the Hungary of Talents EFOP 3.2.1 programme in regards to this topic.

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Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Budapest, Széchenyi István tér 9.

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