An organization contacts Jack.org to book a talk. A Talks Coordinator arranges the details and assigns the talk to speakers who are available at that time in that region. Talks are most often given in pairs, so two speakers are secured before the talk is confirmed. Once the speakers are confirmed, they are introduced to each other and schedule a rehearsal. Jack Talks staff work with them throughout this process to prepare every detail of the talk - from travel to content to ordering you extra Jack.org swag. Speakers travel to the venue, set up, deliver their talk, collect student interest in starting a Jack Chapter, and report back to Jack.org on how it all went. In short: speakers go through rigorous training and lots of personal growth and are supported by Jack.org staff every step of the way.