Special Today! Two Million Dollars Worth of Wisdom for Free
If you went to 10 colleges and spent $200,000 in tuition at each of them, you would have spent $2 million, right? After four years at each of them, you’d be sitting on a folding chair in your cap and gown, listening to some famous commencement speaker talk about what it takes to make a difference in the world.
Okay, you’re going to thank us. We just saved you a fortune. We’re bringing you that $2 million worth of wisdom for free today. Just click on the links below to watch YouTube videos of commencement addresses that have been given by all kinds of high-falutin’ celebrities over the last 10 years.
1. Denzel Washington! CLICK HERE to watch the actor’s 2011 commencement address at the University of Pennsylvania.
2. Janet Napolitano! CLICK HERE to watch the Secretary of Homeland Security’s 2011 commencement address at Emory University.
3. Michelle Obama! CLICK HERE to watch the First Lady’s 2011 commencement speech at Spelman College.
4. J.K. Rowling! CLICK HERE to watch the famous author’s 2008 commencement speech at Harvard.
5. Ellen DeGeneres! CLICK HERE to watch the TV host’s 2009 commencement speech at Tulane.
6. Will Ferrell! CLICK HERE to watch his hilarious 2003 commencement speech at Harvard.
7. Oprah Winfrey! CLICK HERE to watch her 2008 commencement speech at Stanford.
8. Jeff Bezos! CLICK HERE to watch the Amazon.com founder’s 2010 commencement speech at Princeton.
9. Desmond Tutu! CLICK HERE to watch the human rights activist’s 2009 commencement speech at the University of North Carolina.
10. Meryl Streep! CLICK HERE to watch the actress’s 2010 commencement speech at Barnard College.
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