Join The Discussion: Summer 2016

 

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Helping Parents Talk To Their Kids About Media

Novus Resource

Talking to the next generation about the realities of how media, in its many forms, affects their lives is essential! The question we get asked at The Novus Project is, “how do I effectively communicate with kids/teens about media?” Our second most frequently asked question is, “what do I say?” We have answered both questions with our free Novus ResourceParents Guide to Kids and Media.

Protecting the children in our homes as well as within our society starts with all of us! Download this free resource at Thenovusproject.org/resource-hub/parents and join the discussion today!

 

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Get The Word Out!

Do you know of a schoolyouth groupparent leadership association or organization that would benefit from The Novus Project bringing a presentation of awareness and help?  We are currently booking for Fall/Winter 2016-2017 and Spring 2017. Contact us HERE

 

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Are You Ready?

The Novus project is currently inviting leaders from across the country to become Novus Representatives in their local communities. We offer training and coaching to help resource, launch and maintain all Novus programs nationwide.  Contact us today!

If you would like to find out more about our organization The Novus Project and how you can get involved, click HERE 

 

Please consider giving a monthly tax-deductible donation to The Novus Project to ensure that the next generation is made aware and given the tools to navigate this present danger in our society. If you are interested in donating or becoming a Novus Sponsor, please click link below.

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