Huron City Schools is pleased to bring Dr. Scott Grant and Triple Threat Leadership to students, parents and community members. Four presentations are scheduled for Wednesday, November 14. Three separate assemblies will be presented to students grades 5-10 and an evening presentation, starting at 6:00pm in the McCormick Junior High School auditorium, is planned for parents, students, teachers and community members.
Triple Threat leadership is a program developed by the University of Findlay professor of business, Dr. Scott Grant. His goal is to help students and anyone who utilizes social media, to begin thinking about how they can use platform as a strategic tool, rather than a negative influence in their lives. His presentation is straight forward, sharing how organizations consider social media during the recruitment and hiring process of future employees.
The morning presentations are geared toward students and presented as an educational session explaining the impact of responsible use of social media. Dr. Grant will provide insight and strategies on how social media can be used as a powerful tool to help students succeed.
The evening program is designed to educate parents, teachers, community partners, and anyone who with a nexus to children about the impact of a “digital footprint” and the compounding effects of social media decisions. The value of building a positive brand has never been more important than today. A well throughout digital plan be one of the greatest tools our children have in advancing themselves personally and professionally.
For more information, contact Huron Schools superintendent Dennis Muratori at 419-433-1234 ext. 5000 or by email at [email protected]