As parents and home educators, we spend 18 years preparing our children for life after high school. While some may go on to college, others will head to jobs, trades, the military, or volunteer work. Join us for an afternoon of virtual workshops to equip you to equip your teen to be ready for the world, no matter their post-graduation plans.
SCHEDULE – TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2021
Preparing Your Young People to Engage the Culture, Mike Smith
Young people today, even homeschooled, are engaging the culture every day. The internet has thrust us all into the good, bad, and ugly of society. We must admit, earlier and earlier our children are engaging the culture. The culture today is turning against the Judeo/Christian culture many of you were raised in. Mike will address how you can prepare your children to be winners rather than losers in the cultural battle they will engage their whole lives. This is a must-watch for any parent interested in making a difference in California for good.
What is Enough?, Tyler Hogan
Do you wrestle with guilt or anxiety that you’re not doing enough to prepare your kids for adulthood? Do you struggle with setting realistic goals or wonder if you’ll really be able to teach them everything they need to know? In this heartfelt keynote, we’ll address those concerns with simple, practical wisdom that will enable you to ditch the guilt, plan your next steps, and cultivate an “enough” identity grounded in Christ.
Not Necessarily College Bound, Tim Walborn
Society places great emphasis on attending college after graduation. But is this the best option for every student? During this workshop, Tim will explore why college is not for everyone and what some of the alternative options are for post-graduation plans.
Tyler Hogan is the president of Bright Ideas Press. He and his wife, Helen, are both homeschool graduates and now homeschool their five children. Tyler is the author of North Star Geography and Demystifying Learning Styles, head cartographer of WonderMaps, and game designer of Civitas. He speaks and teaches about homeschooling, geography, the arts, worldview, entrepreneurship, and other topics. He holds a BA in theatre ministries from Belhaven University.
Mike Smith is the President of Home School Legal Defense Association. HSLDA was established to protect the right of parents to teach their children at home. Mike’s desire is to communicate the benefits of home education while reminding that God has raised up this movement at present for a special purpose.
People are at the core of what drives Tim Walborn. His approach to leadership has been honed from over 35 years invested in the community through service and dedication. He has had the privilege of championing and fortifying organizations beyond his tenure with the YMCA through involvement as President of both Ontario and Fontana Rotary Clubs and the Montclair Chamber of Commerce. He is also a founding member of Healthy Ontario and numerous community initiatives.
Tim currently serves as Interim CEO of West End YMCA, overseeing several branches in cities spanning over 150 sq miles in Southern California.
This event is free, but registration is required. To sign-up to attend this event, complete the form below. CHEA Members will receive free access to recordings of this event. We hope you will join us for this informative and encouraging afternoon.