Virginia resident, published author, singer/songwriter, and motivational speaker Justin Young will be joining us as our Featured Speaker. Justin’s specialty is connecting with teens and speaking on self-acceptance. Learn more about him on nationalschoolspeaker.com.
Justin became a professional performer in the entertainment industry when he was only 10 years old.
Recently, he has lent his voice as an announcer/actor to companies such as Disney/ESPN/ABC, Hardees, Piccadilly Café, Liberty Tax, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, PODS Moving and Storage, Monster Energy Drink, Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream as well as narrations for Fortune 100 corporate presentations, and even voices on video games. Justin is also a published singer/songwriter, and was the Musical Director for Broadway Disney’s national pre-release production of The Little Mermaid.
“There is no magic pill for building resilient teens… but there is a magic process!” -Justin Young
Read about Justin’s philosophy of pro-positive approaches to working with teens that was published in the November-December 2017 issue of VaHomeschoolers Voice here and his article on embracing your inner nerd from the January-February 2018 issue here.
Have you ever wanted to create creative creations? Do you have a story idea bouncing around in your brain or in your heart but just can’t seem to get it on paper? Let critically acclaimed author and storyteller Justin Young show you how. Learn the hero’s journey that will keep your readers glued to the […]
Do you believe you are on this earth for a reason? If so … what is it? Are you who others say you are? Who are you anyway? If you’re ready for an unexpected journey of self-discovery, then this session is where you need to be. Through personal stories and individual/group exercises, you will learn […]
Do you ever feel trapped between being who you really are and who you want people to think you are? Do you think that it’s easier to “go with the flow” than to be singled out, made fun of, laughed at, or mocked for being “different?” Do you just go on pretending, instead of living? […]