Our tweens and teens are more connected to the online world than ever. In the past, teens and tweens would join the school newspaper. Today, they create their own websites and blogs where they can actually make money from their sites. The Digital Family Summit, the first-ever conference for tween & teen bloggers/content creators and their families, is recognizing this growing market and is hosting a forum where you and your kids can learn and connect, be inspired, and get engaged in blogging, entrepreneurship and social media.
Taking place from June 29-July 1 in Philadelphia, PA, this family-friendly event will be a fantastic place to attend workshops on food blogging, travel blogging, video, photography, and gaming and animation impart hands-on skills; other sessions feature tween and teen bloggers and entrepreneurs as well as adults on topics including:
'?¢ The 21st Century Paper Route: How to Make Money From Your Blog or Videos
'?¢ Safety First: What Every Kid (and Parent) Needs to Know About Internet Security
'?¢ Social Media You Need for College
'?¢ Becoming an Overnight Sensation
'?¢ Secrets of Professional Blog Design
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The initial list of speakers has just been announced, including amazing tweens/teens Adora Svitak and Tori Molnar; professors and professionals Ricarose Roque, Sree Sreenivasan and Abby West; and parent bloggers you may know including Sheila Dowd and Michele McGraw.
Conference registration includes all meals, parties and snacks for everyone in your family.
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