FREE DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP TRAINING FOR PARENTS TO HELP THEIR KIDS SHINE ONLINE OFFERED AT DAMIEN HIGH SCHOOL
Students and parents learn how to use social media to create a portfolio of accomplishments to impress colleges and employers.
With social media playing an increasingly integral part in the social and emotional lives of youth, Damien High School understands the value of showing students how to think about their future and use social media as a positive portfolio of accomplishments to shine online.
Josh Ochs, founder of Safe, Smart, Social and digital citizenship expert, will be coming to Damien High School on Thursday, August 25, 2016, to speak with students. He will show kids how to use social media to create a portfolio of accomplishments to impress colleges and future employers across the country. He will also bring parents up to speed during a special assembly that evening on how to have a productive dialogue with their children about social media safety in a manner that works. Josh Ochs delivers speeches to include tips on digital citizenship and cyber bullying. He gives separate speeches to parents and students that include dozens of examples they can use to improve their digital footprint.
As a service to the community, Damien High School invites current and prospective parents, local teachers, coaches and anyone who works with youth to the Travers-Cronin Athletic Center on Thursday, August 25th, at 6:00 p.m. This parent education night is open to the public and there is no cost to attend. Damien High School is located at 2280 Damien Avenue in La Verne. For more information and to RSVP for this free event, visit www.safesmartsocial.damien-hs.edu