Discovering Strengths and Interests

Portrait of a dreamy teen girl wearing a blue dress and holding her hands near the face. She is standing near a blackboard with a colorful brain sketch and gears on top of it

ABOUT THIS SERIES:

Did you know that people who work in their dream job or have hobbies they love often became interested in those areas at a young age? Whether its music, math, sports, creative writing or something else, the fact is, every child is good at something! Some kids know what they love early on and others can benefit by a proactive process of exploring interests and developing talents. Join instructor Samuel Young, master teacher of 2e kids and two-time Fulbright scholar, on this journey of discovery where kids will learn more about themselves, how they learn, what they’re interested in, and what they can do with their passions and talents now and for years to come. Brought to you by our friends at Young Scholars Academy, featuring 2e instructor and director, Samuel Young.

WEEK 4: JULY 12-16

AGES: 13-18

TIME: 12:30pm Seattle/ 3:30pm New York (60 minutes)

PRICE: $50 per session billed as a 5-day camp

WEEK 6: JULY 26-30

AGES: 13-18

TIME: 12:30pm Seattle/ 3:30pm New York (60 minutes)

PRICE: $50 per session billed as a 5-day camp

INSTRUCTOR: Samuel Young

Samuel Young is a growth-minded, two-time Fulbright Scholar with a decade of educational leadership experience that has ADHD. As an ADHD learner, he has a tremendous understanding of, experience in, and respect for all things related to neurodiverse education. Additionally, Samuel has served as a Speech and Debate coach of twice-exceptional (2e) students. He has led students to both State and National Championships. He is currently working toward an EdD in Neurocognitive Diversity at the Bridges Graduate School. Samuel taught for 8 years at Bridges Academy and he has led 2e students to over 7 countries for immersive cultural and educational trips.

“Sam is a wonderful teacher. He is very knowledgable, good spirited, very funny and takes his job very seriously. He is one of the reasons that I decided  to pursue an Education degree in college. Genuinely one of the best teachers I have ever had the pleasure of working with.”

— Kieran, former student