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Youth Services (topics for children and youth) 
Topics:

Bullying - defining it and how we can approach it: A speech to help children and their families to recognize bullying when they see it and to understand the negative impact it can have not only in the immediate, but in the long term as well. The speech offers tips on how to deal with bullying in positive ways such as humor and ways to change our "beliefs" about bullying, which can lead to different consequences about how we perceive it.
speaker: David G. Nardecchia 


Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Being Left Out
speaker: David G. Nardecchia


Bullying
speaker: Dr. Gary Carrington


Becoming a Programming Rock Star: 5 Traits that Make a  Great Programmer: A discussion about many similar traits shared by programmers and musicians as well as suggetions on what you need to do to become a programming "rock star". Professor Weisfeld has also written an article on this same topic that can be viewed here.
speaker: Matt A. Weisfeld


Careers in Information Technology: This speech is intended for middle-school or high-school youth. It will present an introduction to some of the careers in information technology such as web design, database design, programming, network support and security. It will also discuss the types of organizations that employ these professionals.
speaker: John Dolinar


Civics Education
speaker: Angela Ugran


Dress for Success; Not Arrest
speaker: Dr. Gary Carrington


Financial Literacy for Kids: This presentation covers basic financial principles - such as earning money, spending it wisely, and saving - in a format that is engaging and entertaining for children.
speaker: Kellie Emrich


Health Care Professions
speaker: Dr. Sandy Robinson


Healthy Relationships
speaker: Dr. Gary Carrington, David G. Nardecchia


Internet Safety for Children and Teens: Helping children and teens to understand dangerous situations that exist on the internet, and what parents can do to put safeguards in place to protect their children.
speaker: Kevin Berg


Leadership
speakers: Dr. Charles Dull, Kellie Emrich, Dr. Gary Carrington


Math Anxiety
speaker: Carilynn Bouie


Peer Relationships, Conscience Development, and How to Make Good Decisions Under Peer Pressure to do Otherwise
speaker: Karen Goulandris


Student Athletes, Alcohol, and Substances: Helping to Make Better Decisions
speaker: David G. Nardecchia


Study Skills
speaker: Michael Lanstrum


What Does It Take To Become A Nurse? This speech discusses the academic and personal skills necessary to become a nurse, the process of progressing through nursing school, and career options in nursing. It is intended for audiences considering a career in nursing, or exploring career options.
speaker: Kelly Cloonan


Why Planning Matters - Life, Education and Career Planning for Youth
speaker: Dr. JaNice Marshall

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