ParentFurther Webinars: A Service from Search Institute

Are you ready to take the next step toward raising successful kids?

As parents, we know how hard it can be to find time to breathe, let alone find out more about the latest research and advice available on parenting. That’s why ParentFurther’s free webinars are designed for busy parents who are committed to learning what it takes to raise successful kids. Our 60-minute, expert-guided presentations focus on some of today’s most popular parenting topics and hot-button issues. You’ll leave educated and equipped with research-backed parenting tools to use in your everyday life.

Who Should Attend?

Parents with children at all ages and stages as well as parenting professionals interested in learning more about hot topics in the parenting world.

Real Experts, Real Answers

Our experts, who range from professors to authors to youth-serving professionals, will address common parenting concerns such as body image and bullying. And you will have the opportunity to get your questions answered during the live webinar.

October 2013 – January 2014: The Perseverance Process Webinar Series presented by Kent Pekel, Ed.D., President and CEO at Search Institute. Learn more >>

January 2014: Mentoring Youth: Tips for Getting Started and Staying Motivated presented by Gail Manza, Former CEO of MENTOR and co-author of The Mentor’s Field Guide. Learn more >>

March 2014: Strengths to Make It Through: How Families Can Grow Together Through Everyday Challenges… and Big Stuff presented by Dr. Gene Roehlkepartain, Vice President of Research and Development at Search Institute. Learn more >>

May 2014: Routines Don’t Have to Be Ruts: Meaningful Routines for Today’s Complicated Families presented by Dr. Gene Roehlkepartain, Vice President of Research and Development at Search Institute. Learn more >>

July 2014: Enriching Families’ Community Connections: A Two-Way Street presented by Dr. Gene Roehlkepartain, Vice President of Research and Development at Search Institute and Dr. Hedy Walls, Vice President of Social Responsibility at YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities. Learn more >>