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Social media expert to speak at Surrey school

Sunnyside Elementary will host social media expert Jesse Miller for a talk on parenting in the age of social media May 8. - Contributed photo
Sunnyside Elementary will host social media expert Jesse Miller for a talk on parenting in the age of social media May 8.
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Sunnyside Elementary will host social media expert Jesse Miller for a talk on parenting in the age of social media May 6.

The international public speaker has presented to and consulted with schools and companies since 2007 “on topics of social media awareness, mobile communications and associated behaviours and online content evaluation,” according to the biography on his website.

Miller will be speaking to parents about encouraging smart, aware and ethical social media participants who communicate an effective and positive message and build an online reputation that will help students into the next stages of life, organizer and parent Laura Chanin told Peace Arch News.

The event is open to all parents in South Surrey and will kick off at 6:30 p.m. at the South Surrey school, 2828 159 St.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at www.sunnysidepac.eventsbot.com, by emailing sunnysidepac@gmail.com or calling 778-358-7229. Tickets can also be bought at the door.

Free child minding will be provided with pre-registration.

 

 

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