Cyber safety workshops and seminars  are offered to explore the online activities and behaviors of young people and the risks they face in these environments.

These workshops_seminars provide valuable information to parents, educators and community members on the risks confronting children online, as well as giving them appropriate tools to help make their internet experience a safe one. They are easy to understand, thorough, non-technical and informative and cover a range of issues:

  • Internet Security
  • Cyber Safety
  • Privacy
  • Cyber Bullying: signs, types, dangers of, etc.
  • Sexting
  • Social Networks: effects of – now and then, safety issue, what your profile says about you, etc
  • New Technologies: plugins, widgets, etc.
  • Internet Security
  • Cyber Safety
  • Privacy
  • Social Networking
  • 3 Keeps
  • Cyber Pledge
  • Terms and Technology
  • What your kids are using
  • What your kids are doing on Internet, Cell Phones, etc.
  • New Technologies
  • GPS
  • Google Latitude
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Sexting
  • Social Networks
Available Packages: All student workshops last about 1 to 1.5 hours, All parent workshops last about 2 hours
  • 1 Session: $500
  • 2 Session: $800 ($200 in savings)
  • 3 Session: $1200 ($300 in savings)
  • 4 Session: $1500 ($500 in savings)


If you are interested in having a workshop or seminar at your location, please contact me at 484-919-0414 or email me for more information.


1 Response to “Workshops / Seminars”

  1. 1 Gary Mack
    September 12, 2010 at 6:12 pm

    Hi Megan

    I was a presenter at the recent PASAP Conference at State College in March, and I had a chance to hear you speak. I coordinate/facilitate 2 programs for adolescents in trouble, or on the verge of trouble due to all types of adolescent issues. Beginning this week, my colleague and I will be doing a series of several television news programs dealing with bullying. I will also touch on HB 2189, the sexting bill. Eventually, we will speak of sexual exploitation of teens due to sexting(and cyberbullying) Can we lead parents to your website? I have looked at it recently, and am very impressed. I did speak with you briefly after you spoke.

    gary mack
    CRAFT/TOPS Program
    Wyyoming Valley West School District

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