Student On-Demand Webinars
A military-connected kid will move 6-9 times during their parent’s military career.
Listen in to learn strategies to help you foster new connections in your new surroundings.
As a military-connected kid, you move frequently. Just as you feel comfortable, make a few friends, know your way around, chances are it is time to move. You know at the new place, you'll have to fit in all over again.
Join us for these modules where we discuss strategies to aid in adapting to new schools and learn to not just fit in, but thrive!
Your social-emotional health affects your overall development and learning.
Join us as we discuss the importance of developing social-emotional skills, talk about growth versus fixed mindset, and share strategies to help empower teens to choose a better tomorrow.
Gone is Gone! Reasons for separation can vary for a military family. This series will explore ways to talk about how you can deal with separations and receive support & aid in the reunion process.
Stress is inevitable and everyone experiences a certain amount of stress. Listen in on this webinar series where we hear from teens, plus learn strategies that parents and professionals can use to aid teens in dealing with stress.
A parent transitioning out of the military is a life-changing event. Not only for the Service Member but also for you, a family member. Join this webinar series to learn about positive strategies and resources to aid a family when leaving the military.
In this webinar series, Mr. Allie L. Braswell, Jr. explores the implications of DE&I and challenges all of us to answer the call to action by thinking globally, impacting locally, and empowering universally.
Grief is a normal reaction to the death of someone in your life. Listen in as subject matter expert, Mr. Andy McNiel from TAPS shares how grief impacts children and how the adults in their lives can help them.
This webinar series focuses on addressing mental and behavioral health concerns for military-connected students. Active Duty pediatricians at the Madigan Army Medical Center who are part of the Developmental Behavioral Pediatric Fellowship Program, provide an overview of common mental health concerns for military-connected youth and methods to tackle these concerns.