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We caught up with a Parent University Member, and mom, to talk about her experience with Parent University and keeping her teenage son safe on social media. Learn how this mom uses videos in Parent University to stay ahead of her son and start a discussion about online safety.
We caught up with the Producer of Angst the movie, which teaches students and parents how to dialogue about anxiety. Learn anxiety tips, ways to open up the conversation around anxiety, and how parents can manage an anxiety attack if their child is experience one.
Spotafriend is an app strictly for teens designed to help them find friends. We discourage students from using Spotafriend since there have been instances of adults being able to easily bypass the age restriction. Also, this app can be used by predators to try and target victims nearby.
We spoke with Vanessa and Devin, who are studying at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, to discuss how students can shine online. In this student interview learn how they behave on social media, their tips for high school students, and what they do to be awesome students on campus.
We interviewed Johnathan Harrell, a college student from Westmont College who is studying Communication and Media Studies to talk to him about how students can build their leadership skills. Learn about Johnathan’s off campus experience, how he behaves online, his best leadership tips, and how he inspires other students.
We caught up with Samantha Wormser who is the Public Relations Manager at Power Digital Marketing to ask her for her top 5 teen Instagram tips to help students safely brand themselves on social media. In this post, learn how to turn your digital footprint into a resume and more.
We sat down with Stephen Balkam who is the CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute to talk about trust and civility in a challenging world. Learn Stephen’s best tips for keeping kids safe online, like how to be a good digital role model, common misconceptions parents have, and more.
We interviewed a college student at the USC Marshall School of Business to discuss his on-campus experience. In this student interview learn how this student shines online, his best tips for getting accepted into your dream school, and how he became an outstanding student.
GroupMe is a messaging app where users can send group or private messages from their computer or phone using WiFi. Learn why this app is in our Red Zone, why parents should be concerned if their child is using GroupMe, and what to do if your child has the app.
Schools nationwide promote Parent University to their parents to keep their community safe on social media
- This program gives parents videos to watch with their kids
- Students listen to an outside trusted expert and are more engaged
- Parents also get classes that bring them up to speed on the latest apps