This seminar will help Parents, Teachers, leaders protect youth
Gamma Gamma Lambda (Alpha Phi Alpha) will be hosting its second of a Project Alpha series of seminars. Each seminar will have focus of subjects geared toward assisting youth. This month's seminar will be held on January 28 at 6 PM at Disciples Fellowship Baptist Church on 105 Crestfield Road (off August Road) in Greenville, SC. The Previous seminar in November 2009 was on "Preventing Gang violence" in the Update area.
This month focus is on Internet Threats with new technologies and social networks such as FaceBook ™, Twitter ™, MySpace ™, and other services. Topics will include common social networking services and practices, What is “Sexting” & how to talk youth about its dangers, the latest threats to youth, and simple measures you can take to reduce the risk to your youth when using these services.
The seminar is geared toward parents, teachers, community leaders, and others who want to be inform themselves about the current threats and how they can help protect the youth in their communities.
A Flyer for the event is attached to this post with more details. We are asking large groups who wish to attend to send an approximate number that will attend by Jan 26th. More information and Directions can be found on the Chapter website, www.gglapa.org. Please contact Bobby Clark at (864) 656-0950 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the event.
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