High schools & Grades 6-8
At his core, Aaron is a passionate Youth Speaker dedicated to spreading a message of self-value, resilience, and purposeful living. In addition to his wellness curriculum, Aaron offers a timely presentation geared toward middle school and high school students. Throughout his engagements, students will enjoy a dynamic time of learning which often includes poetry, music, and valuable takeaways!
- To promote a growth mindset
- Help foster a greater sense of worth and potential
- Teach the importance of seeking support
- Encourage students to seek their strengths and serve others
- To help debunk negative thought patterns
- Teach the importance of goal-setting
- Educate students on the effects of bullying
- Empower students to be leaders; not followers etc.
*For more information and to see how this message can be tailored to meet your needs, please send us a message below.
Emily Cullen, Lead Teacher
Your program at my school today was spectacular. What you said helped us learn a lot.
– ULISHA F.
Your message about connection and belonging have never been more important!
– MRS. L. READ
Associate Director, WRDSB
I would recommend Aaron to anyone looking to invest in a positive school climate while also promoting a message of self-value, respect and intentional living.
– MR. D WOODFIELD
Child & Youth Worker
I thought you had a fantastic program. We’re always aiming to teach students to set goals, to gain a sense of purpose and to be the best people that they can be; and you did present those strategies.
– MS. G. IAFRATE
How to Positively Contribute to Youth’s Self-Esteem
We’ve all seen the movies. Great examples of teachers and adults who’ve gone above and beyond for the sake of their youth. Usually, based on a true story, these day-to-day heroes find themselves escaping the norm to embark on a daring journey. Each of these films is different, but the quest is still the same: to restore a belief in the minds of their youth — a belief that they’re worthy of an optimal future; a belief that they’re worthy to be loved; a belief that they’re important. These are all linked to positive self-esteem. If you’ve ever watched movies like The Blind Side or Freedom Writers, you might have thought to yourself, “Can I really spark a similar change in my youth?”. Thankfully, the answer is yes! Although we can’t teach our youth to feel better about themselves, we do have the ability to foster healthy self-esteem through our daily efforts and interactions. This e-book was written for caring teachers and influencers like yourself to help you better understand, detect and combat low self-esteem as it pertains to your youth.