Character Building Educational Presentations to Seaford Students

April 27, 2020

The I'mPossible Project By Josh Rivedal POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

Joshua Rivedal moved from New Jersey to New York City at the age of 20 to tackle the world of fame, fortune, and the Broadway what he thought would be a stepping stone to Hollywood and a star on the walk of fame.
Eight years later and through a series of remarkable life events, a bad economy, and mixture of collegiate and self-education; Joshua reinvented himself as an international public speaker, author, playwright, curriculum developer, educator, marketing consultant, and arts entrepreneur. 
Heʼs a mixture of creative and logic, business and pleasure, local-centric and global minded. As a public speaker his primary focus is on suicide prevention, mental health, diversity/inclusion, and anti-bullying; speeches and seminars on his experiences as a survivor of loss, an attempt survivor, an abuse survivor, and youth suicide prevention.  His mental health based curriculum, Changing Minds, is a six module series that combines lecture, storytelling, group discussion, and improv theatre to enhance emotional development—providing hope, help, and providing life saving skills. Modules include: The Basics of Mental Health, How to Develop Coping Skills, The Importance of Storytelling and Support Systems, Living With a Mental Health Condition, Suicide Awareness and Prevention, Anti-bullying/Diversity and Inclusion.

October 25, 2017

"Sweethearts & Heroes"

7:00pm at the Seaford High School Auditorium - Open to the Community


A group of motivational speakers bringing a message of Sweethearts and Heroes to educate society about the impact bullying has on all of our schools, our neighborhoods, and individuals. Their unique perspective, action plan (for every member of the bullying cycle), and unmatched ignition to make change puts Sweethearts and Heroes at the top of the list when it comes to changing schools’ climates. They also deliver messages of bystander empowerment, empathy and leadership to all audiences, including K-12 students, colleges and universities, teaching professionals and corporations. Children, teachers, parents and all members of society need to know that we all have the potential to be someone’s Sweetheart and the power to be a Hero.

October 28, 2016

"Worth It" Presentation to Seaford Elementary Students

WORTH IT is a high-energy interactive three-screen presentation that will help students realize that the choices they make today will directly affect their future. They will be encouraged to take control of the decisions they make, and that through perseverance and self-discipline, they can make the right choices – choices that will lead them to success in school and is life.

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