Social Media Safety for Tweens, Teens and Their Parents

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Name: Social Media Safety for Tweens, Teens and Their Parents
Date: April 15, 2020
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Social Media Safety for Tweens, Teens and Their Parents
by Kevin McNulty, President & CEO of NetWeave Social Networking

Social media can be a difficult playground. Being a parent has never been tougher than in this connected age and it's important to keep your kids' socializing fun and safe. In addition, the closing of area schools means kids have more access to technology and more free time than ever before. A lesson in social media responsibility will help them tremendously.

Log in with your teen / pre-teen and learn:
  • The vulnerabilities of the platforms popular with kids
  • Safe image sharing online
  • Location sharing and what it tells the world
  • How to check and set appropriate security privacy levels on apps
  • Cyberbullying
  • Avoiding online predators
This will be a lively discussion with straight talk about the dangers and challenges of social media. It's a great opportunity for your child to hear from a non-parent about the importance of thinking before they post and how to stay safe online. Doing so will also help your child's future college and career plans so they won't be affected by what they post on social media today.

We invite you to attend with your child, age 10+, and learn together how to navigate the social media waters.

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This is a virtual seminar.
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, April 15
3:00 - 4:30 PM
Contact Information:
Erica Massey
This event is open to children over age 10 along with their parents. There is NO cost to attend but reservations are required as space is limited.    
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