Reno Moms Blog is proud to partner up with local non-profit Think Kindness to offer FREE tickets to the One Caring Adult Tour on September 11. Parenting a teen or pre-teen is hard, and this event will give you ideas on how you can be the adult to inspire our local teens to tackle challenging situations head on.
Josh Shipp, renowned teen development expert will be hosting a keynote and open Q&A at Damonte Ranch High School in Reno, Nevada on September 11, 2017.
Get your free tickets by visiting thinkkindness.org/OCA and use the coupon code RENO-MOM. Signed copies of Shipp’s book, One Caring Adult will be available for purchase at the event. Shipp will also be on stage with other leading youth development experts walking the audience through the toughest parts of raising a child.
You’ll experience a hilarious and insightful Q&A session tackling communication, trust, bullying, difficult and awkward conversations.
HELP US CREATE A MORE CARING COMMUNITY
Through inspiring more caring adults, we can create a more caring community. By hosting an open dialog and workshop, we can inspire others to make a difference in our community. Together we can make it a better place to be.
ABOUT JOSH SHIPP
Josh Shipp was once an at-risk foster kid turning down a road that is statistically filled with homelessness and prison, turned his life around when he met the one caring adult who changed his life. Now Shipp dedicates his life as a global youth advocate and proclaimed “teen whisperer” working alongside educators and parents to inspire caring adults in communities across the globe. Shipp has been featured on Oprah, CNN, Good Morning America, the New York Times, and is also the author of the book One Caring Adult as well as the founder of Top Youth Speakers.
Learn more about Josh by visiting his website: www.joshshipp.com
Or by watching THIS quick video
ABOUT THINK KINDNESS
Think Kindness inspires measurable acts of kindness in schools and communities around the world. We believe that every act of kindness, no matter how small, has an unforeseeable ripple effect that makes the world a better place. Through our year-round school curriculum, 15 Days of Kindness challenge, and working with youth advocates such as Josh Shipp, we aim to create a better world for us all one small act of kindness at a time.
Learn more about Think Kindness by visiting www.thinkkindness.org