Free Anti-Bullying Master Webinar

 Presented by International Youth Leadership Expert  Amos Balongo

Empowering Our Children to...

Stand Up and Be Counted

In this FREE webinar, you'll gain the tools you need to
Break the Cycle of Bullying 
within your organization.

​Empower Today's Youth
to confidently Stand Up and Be Counted

Join Amos Balongo is mastering these anti-bullying skill sets;

  • Do’s and don’ts for addressing bullying
  • How to teach youth to avoid victimization with a more positive and assertive attitude
  • How to educate youth to diffuse bullying situations through speech
  • How to empower youth to stand up to bullying and ask for help

Gain insight to;

  • How widespread bullying is among today’s youth
  • Different types of bullying
  • Characteristics of bullies and victims
  • Signs of bullying
  • Effects of bullying on the bully, victim, and bystanders

Meet Amos Balongo

Amos Balongo is a dynamic speaker engaging his audience through powerful storytelling. Amos speaks the language of children and youth using pop culture. He also engages them with tales of his early life in Kenya and how he came to the United States with $500, a suitcase, and determination to live the American Dream.

“That taught me a lot about life, discipline, and what it takes to achieve goals,” he says. “At the same time, it humbled me to understand that I need to pay it forward.”

Amos has been working with children and youth for more than 18 years. He started as a camp counselor in the U.S. and internationally before becoming an advocate for children through a variety of international nonprofits and government organizations.

He served as deputy director of the International YMCA and was a member of both the YMCA Commission and the World Leisure Commission at the United Nations, and the American Camping Association. He also served on the board of directors for the World Leisure Organization.

Amos is currently a youth development consultant with the U.S. Department of Defense and chairman of the Camp Ohana Foundation, which he created in 2009. The program provides activities such as art, music, and athletics that help Kenya’s poorest youth realize how much they have to give their communities and connect them with youth around the world.

Amos lives near Honolulu where he enjoys SCUBA diving, early morning jogs on the beach, and babysitting children from military families stationed at Pearl Harbor.

What Clients Have to Say About Amos

Amos taught our students through his global citizenship program that we are all interconnected. His true stories and experiences working with children and youth worldwide gave us very meaningful insight.

“Thank you Mr Balongo for your thoughtful lessons, our students learnt so much from you”

Laura Leonard
Marketing Director, Laurel Springs School

I work with Amos on several Youth Leadership programs here in Hawaii. Amos connects with children and youth in a very special and unique way. What I take away to this day is his ability to impact children and youth and create memories that last a lifetime.

Wally Amos
Founder, Famous Amos Cookie Company

I had the opportunity to hear Amos speak at the Perak International Ecotourism Symposium in Malaysia.

He is a dynamic and mesmerizing speaker who connects with his audience and inspires them in a very powerful and meaningful manner.

Marilyn Mosley Gordanier
President, Global 500 Environmental Program

The Impact of Youth Leadership

As a youth leader, it’s likely that young people in your care have been bullied or witnessed others being bullied in the past month

That’s because bullying has become more prevalent in the United States in recent years. Here are some recent statistics:

  • About one in three youth are bullied at least once a month.
  • More than 70% of young people say they have seen bullying in their school.
  • Only 20-30% of bullied students notify an adult about the bullying.

This training is for you if:

  •  You work with children ages 8 to 18 through schools, churches, nonprofits, and other youth programs.
  • You’re committed to providing a safe environment for youth, free from physical or emotional harm.
  • You’re ready to educate children, parents, and caregivers about bullying.
  • You supervise locations where children and youth gather for free time, such as playgrounds or athletic fields.
  • You’re ready to establish clear rules that apply to bullying and continually reinforce the message that bullying is not acceptable.

Don't miss this opportunity to master the skills
to proactively prevent bullying in your organization.

Together we can Break the Cycle of Bullying
and empower our youth to...

Stand Up and Be Counted

Don't wait any longer. Register today.