Wed, Nov 10 | Virtual

Parent Talk: Social Media Use for Teenagers

Join AAS, Singapore American School and US Embassy's Department of Homeland Security Investigations on a talk about how social media activity may impact the daily lives of teens today, in college and in their careers. We'll also cover the impact of sharing intimate images. Members receive 60% off.
Parent Talk: Social Media Use for Teenagers

Time & Location

Nov 10, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Virtual

About the Event

Calling all Parents of Teenagers! This not-to-be-missed session on navigating and understanding your teens' social media use is for you! 

Join American Association of Singapore, Singapore American School and the United States Embassy's Department of  Homeland Security Investigations on a Parent Talk about Social Media Use for Teenagers: How social media activity may impact the daily lives of teens today, in college and in their careers as well as the impact of sharing intimate images.  

Did you know, for example, that a teen's social media footprint can actually keep them from getting into the college of their choice? And that not managing social media well can lead to severe depression? Come learn what you can do to protect your child's emotional wellbeing and future.

Panelists

Renée Green (Dean of Student Life, Singapore American School)

Dawn Barriteau (Regional Attaché, Homeland Security Investigations)

Moderator

Melinda Murphy (General Manager, American Association of Singapore)

Questions

This session will lead with a presentation by Ms. Barriteau of the Department of Homeland Security Investigations, and will then be followed by a question and answer session between parents and our panelists. We encourage you to submit your questions to ensure that all of your questions are addressed. This also gives you an opportunity to ask your questions anonymously if you wish.  

Registration Fee

Members - $10 

Non-Members - $25

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