Teen Parade

The work explained by the teenagers


Teen Parade is the festival of work explained by teenagers. Who told you that a job can't be cool? We realised that when we talk about work, teenagers don't know anything about it, but now the time has come to find out something more... Discover here all the editions!
Here is the first edition of "Teen Parade, work explained by teenagers". The event organised by Radioimmaginaria on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September 2016 in Castel Guelfo di Bologna, in collaboration with Unindustria Bologna, the Ministry of Labour and Welfare and the European Commission Representation in Italy to try to explain work from the point of view of teenagers.

Among the guests: Shade, Clementino and Giuliano Poletti!
Teen Parade 2017 is the event dedicated to the world of work organised by Radioimmaginaria from 6 to 8 September 2017 at Bologna Fiere. A long marathon, live from various areas of the Fair, including the dronodrome, the 20 case cubes, the Biblio-Palco and the Street Lab.
During the days of the event we interviewed a lot of guests to try to explain the world of work from our point of view. Among them were Education Minister Valeria Fedeli, Labour Minister Giuliano Poletti, Rudy Zerby, Tony Prince, Lo Stato Sociale and Simone Paciello!
Teen Parade is the Festival of Work told by teenagers. The third edition had orientation education as its theme and took place on 5 and 6 September 2018, also this year at Bologna Fiere.
To mark the occasion, we inaugurated Teen Parade with a special feature called "Special Orientation Education", featuring some guests who have managed to turn their passion into work. Among them Salvatore Aranzulla, Luca Carboni, Lo Stato Sociale, Rudy Zerbi and Fausto Biloslavo!
Teen Parade is the national festival of work explained by teenagers. The fourth edition took place during Orientamenti, from 12 to 14 November 2019 at the Porto Antico in Genoa. This year the theme of Teen Parade is orientation education to try to understand who we want to be before we even understand what we want to do when we grow up.
At the entrance to Teen Parade is the Stranger Room: a "Chamber of Secrets" in which visitors are guided on a path to discover themselves and their future with a spirit of adventure and openness.