I help organize a homeschool co-op, which means that I'm often in charge of organizing fun and engaging activities for large groups of children of all ages. This summer, our theme is "Reach for the Stars." We're trying to organize events that encourage students to dream big and aim high, and pair that with interesting topics about space and science.
To kick off the summer programs, I wanted to find a motivational speaker who could talk to the kids about achieving their dreams. It's not easy to find a motivational speaker who is good with kids and knowledgeable on scientific topics, specifically space, and who is affordable to a homeschool group. However, I managed to find one. The kickoff event was a great success, and I think it really helped our kids have some confidence to follow their dreams this summer.
If you are having an assembly that you want to draw additional interest to at your high school or if you want to generally pump your kids up at the beginning of the year to learn, you might be looking into educational motivational speakers. These speakers can increase the legitimacy of your event as well as really appeal to the kids that go to the high school. Here are some tips for choosing such a speaker so that he or she has maximum impact on the children that attend the school. [Read More]