Date(s) - 09/29/2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Henderson High School
We’re hosting a social media safety presentation!
We have secured a social media safety speaker to visit us on to teach our parents how social media can be used to impress colleges and future employers.
Josh Ochs will talk for about 90 minutes on the following topics:
What apps are unsafe (and others you should encourage your kids to use)
What apps are a waste of time for your Teens and Tweens
How to analyze your Google results to see what colleges will find
How to bury bad Google results from other users with your similar name
Examples of good and bad posts that colleges may find
Examples from real seniors that are using social media correctly
Tips you can suggest to use Google search like a college and future employer
7 Networks your kids need to be on to shine online
What: A social media safety speech that will bring you up to speed on the latest apps and how to talk with your kids about using digital tools to shine online
Who: Parents of our students
Why: To keep our student body safe and to give parents a proactive way to start a dialog with their kids about being smart on social media
Cost: Free to parents of students.
About Josh Ochs
With a background in marketing at Disney and a love for all things technology, Josh Ochs combines both to help teens and tweens use social media as a portfolio of positive accomplishments. Josh travels the nation speaking to over 30,000 kids each year sharing with them tips they can use to create a positive online presence. Josh’s book: “Light, Bright and Polite for Teens” teaches kids of all ages that everything they post on social media will eventually be discovered by their parents, teachers, their school Principal and someday colleges and employers. He shows families and teenagers practical examples they can use to always keep it “Light, Bright and Polite” on by posting photos of community volunteer projects that will help them shine online. Watch some of his videos at SmartSocial.com