Cyberbullying – What Students Need to Know
JOIN US ONLINE FOR THIS LIVE EVENT Featuring Pacer Center’s Bailey Huston.
Did you know you are not the only student who has received a hate filled text? Did you think it was your fault? Did you know what to do?
Did you know that more than one in every six students received hurtful messages electronically? It’s called cyberbullying.
Because we know this is so hard for you, we have created this special virtual program where you will understand how you can be empowered to help yourself and your friends. We will provide real life scenarios and you will be inspired with valuable tools.
Together, we will walk you through how you can respond in different types of situations.
REGISTER NOW! Only those who RSVP, will receive a link to access the event.
We thank you for being a part of this deeply important conversation.
About Our Speaker:
Bailey Huston is the coordinator of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Bailey provides support and resources to students, parents, educators and other regarding bullying prevention. Bailey came to PACER in 2014 after receiving her bachelor’s degree in child, youth and family studies from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. While completing her undergraduate degree, she interned with a community outreach organization to develop a bullying prevention curriculum for local after-school programs. Bailey also served as an AmeriCorps VISTA, providing support to underserved students and schools in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs. While working at PACER, Bailey earned her Masters of Education in Youth Development Leadership from the University of Minnesota.