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  • 1.
  • 2. Is Your School Ready for Sam Cawthorn?
    Are Your Students ready to be
    Engaged?
    Inspired?
    Transformed?







  • 3. Sam Cawthorn is the 2009 Young Australian Of The Year for Tasmania. Just recently he survived a major accident leaving him with a permanent disability.
    We are excited to be able to offer you the opportunity to have Sam Cawthorn motivate and inspire your students!







  • 4. When: 2nd week of Term 3 (25-28th July)
    Where: As many schools and students in the Riverina as possible





  • 5. Did You Know:
    5% of students report that their career decisions were dependent on chance encounters The mean onset age of depression 35 years ago was 29 years old
    Today it is 14 years old







  • 6. Did You Know:
    Depressions rates today are 10 times higher than they were during the 1930s Great Depression.
    80% of Harvard students suffered from depression at least once during their time at Harvard.







  • 7. Would you be interested if Sam could show you a simple yet transforming exercisethat could change these statisticsin your school????
  • 8. Here are a few quick snips from some of Sam’s presentations ….
  • 9.  Engage
    
    Inspire
    
    Transform
    Your Students
     Engage


     Inspire


     Transform
  • 10.














  • 11.
  • 12. A Recap: Bouncing Forwardover Bouncing Back










  • 13. Did You Know:
    The average teens attention span in the 1950s was about 20minutes?
    The average teens attention span today is 9 seconds!







  • 14.
  • 15.
  • 16.
  • 17.
  • 18.
  • 19. The Need for Destiny Born wild at heart
    Go for it – be a little wild, a little crazy,
    and create the life you’re meant to
    live.
  • 20. SIGNIFICANCE
    Understanding The 4 NEEDS 4 TEENS means coming
    to see that you are significant
    Be different, make a difference…
    the world wants and needs you to do so!
  • 21.

    Get your students Set for theirs!Let Sam Inspire and Motivate them to….Be different, make a difference…the world wants and needs you to do so!





  • 22. Did You Also Know:
    There are 3 Billion people under 25 on this planet
    61% of them live in Asia & Australasia
    26% of all Youth Deaths are from Suicide!!








  • 23. Trying to deal with tragedy and personal problems can feel overwhelming
    It’s a battle, but it can be empowering too
    It’s how you decide to deal with it that shapes the person you become







  • 24. The 5 stages of grief




  • 25.

    Find YOUagain!




  • 26. Is Your School Ready for Sam Cawthorn?
    Are Your Students ready to be
    Engaged?
    Inspired?
    Transformed?







  • 27. Sam was told he would never walk again.He did.He was told he would never play the guitar again.He does.Sam was told his life would never be the same.It’s better!






  • 28. With over 15 Years of global research and development, Australia’s No 1 Youth Thought Leader will be travelling in your region to help you understand teens and the challenges they face everyday






  • 29. Find out why Sam was the most booked and sought after youth motivational speaker in 2010...
  • 30. When: 2nd week of Term 3Cost: to be determined –
    We need to gauge your interest in the first instance! We want to make it as cost-effective as possible & expose as many students as practical. It’s an inspiring message for students which can positively impact their future outlook.








  • 31. Please call us. We’d love to discuss how we can help facilitate your School’s involvement
    Jeanine Bird: 0488 538 001
    or 69 538 727
  • 32.
    Partnership BrokersBringing Partners together





    Education

    Communities
    Business & Industry

    ROLES:
    Partnership Brokers:
    • Engage with all stakeholders
    • 33. Building community capacity
    • 34. Develop sustainable partnerships
    • 35. Increase understanding of career pathways and options
    • 36. Increase awareness of local skills needs.
    Schools:
    • Identify needs of students
    • 37. Communicate with Partnership Brokers
    • 38. Become involved in partnerships
    • 39. Respond to multiple opportunities
    Partnership
    Brokers
    HOW:
    • Guest speakers
    • 40. Mentoring
    • 41. Practical demonstrations
    • 42. Practical hands on learning
    • 43. Connecting Industry with the classroom
    • 44. Create work opportunities for young people
    • 45. Create opportunities to improve employability, career development and life skills
    • 46. Work with Youth Connection providers to support disengaged and at-risk young people
    Parents& Families



    to help students attain Yr 12 and transit to work or study




    The Partnership Brokers program is funded by the Commonwealth of Australia as represented by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR).