Change-Agent Workshop

As a Police Officer, Ryan has recognized the importance of becoming a change agent for his community. Dealing with drug addicts, criminals, and people who are often down on their luck, Ryan has realized why students need to discover where School fits in on the spectrum of success.

This presentation is designed to motivate, inspire and encourage students to get the most out of their individual talents that they possess. Ryan gives a practical 3 step-process for students to learn how to optimize their passion, talent and hustle in order to have real-life results. By sharing real life situations and his experience as a Police Officer, Ryan expresses the true need for sculpting our next generation into Change Agents.

This presentation is approximately 60-70 minutes with time left at the end for a Q&A with Ryan.

Your students will leave this workshop feeling motivated and ready to transition their efforts towards a specific goal of success rather than a misguided approach to success. This workshop will encourage your students to affect change in their home, school, and community while also providing them with the skills needed to make sound judgement calls and decisions that can help their future.

PRESENTATION TIME

60-70 Minutes

MEDIA USED

Power Point
Verbal Instruction
Role-Play
Q & A Period

TARGET AGE GROUP

14 & Above

You visited my school a while back and it helped me more than you think. Sir, you are changing the world and what you chose to put your time and money into has changed and saved the lives of many... Read More

Student

You came to my son's school last year and he was inspired and really enjoyed the knowledge he got from you. He told me about it as soon as I picked him up from school, so please, keep making a... Read More

Parent of a student

Today definitely made an impact on about 5 of my kids that I know for sure, which is a good thing. These kids I didn't think were going to turn in the right direction were really inspired... Read More

Football Coach

My little brother is currently a senior in high school with no motivation to do anything after school. It wasn't until he was introduced to Breaking Barriers United where he became motivated to... Read More

Sister of a student

Thanks for coming to Chavez Middle School today. It was so fun to watch you perform and tell us about your life. Thank you so much. Now I have more respect for cops and why they do there jobs.

Student of Cesar Chavez Middle School

As a Police Officer, Ryan has recognized the importance of becoming a change agent for his community. Dealing with drug addicts, criminals, and people who are often down on their luck, Ryan has realized why students need to discover where School fits in on the spectrum of success.

This presentation is designed to motivate, inspire and encourage students to get the most out of their individual talents that they possess. Ryan gives a practical 3 step-process for students to learn how to optimize their passion, talent and hustle in order to have real-life results. By sharing real life situations and his experience as a Police Officer, Ryan expresses the true need for sculpting our next generation into Change Agents.

This presentation is approximately 60-70 minutes with time left at the end for a Q&A with Ryan.

Your students will leave this workshop feeling motivated and ready to transition their efforts towards a specific goal of success rather than a misguided approach to success. This workshop will encourage your students to affect change in their home, school, and community while also providing them with the skills needed to make sound judgement calls and decisions that can help their future.

PRESENTATION TIME

60-70 Minutes

MEDIA USED

60-70 Minutes

TARGET AGE GROUP

14 & Above

You visited my school a while back and it helped me more than you think. Sir, you are changing the world and what you chose to put your time and money into has changed and saved the lives of many... Read More

Student

You came to my son's school last year and he was inspired and really enjoyed the knowledge he got from you. He told me about it as soon as I picked him up from school, so please, keep making a... Read More

Parent of a student

Today definitely made an impact on about 5 of my kids that I know for sure, which is a good thing. These kids I didn't think were going to turn in the right direction were really inspired... Read More

Football Coach

My little brother is currently a senior in high school with no motivation to do anything after school. It wasn't until he was introduced to Breaking Barriers United where he became motivated to... Read More

Sister of a student

Thanks for coming to Chavez Middle School today. It was so fun to watch you perform and tell us about your life. Thank you so much. Now I have more respect for cops and why they do there jobs.

Student of Cesar Chavez Middle School

Experts: Racism Exists In Your Schools And Few Teachers Are Trained To Handle It

MULTI-MEDIA WORKS

Students respond best when teachers use various forms of storytelling. In one study, researchers showed high school students an anti-racism film, and when the students discussed the film after watching it, they retained their attitude changes about race one month later.

ROLE PLAY IS CRUCIAL

Some anti-racism workshop moderators have found role-play is most effective in helping people learn anti-racism. Six years after attending racism training, a former high school student said she still remembers a role-playing demonstration which taught her the lesson.

OPEN DISCUSSION IS NEEDED

An effective anti-racism workshop must be structured around open and respectful discussion, and discourage people from refuting others’ experiences.

Calling others racist will put people on the defensive, but sharing personal experiences will facilitate better conversation.

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WHO ARE YOU WORKSHOP

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DIVERSITY WORKSHOP

DIVERSITY WORKSHOP

This workshop focuses on bringing students of different backgrounds together to find common ground and find solutions to work together. 

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INITIATIVE WORKSHOP

INITIATIVE WORKSHOP

This workshop allows students and community members to openly voice their HONEST opinion about the way they feel about law enforcement. 

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CONNECT WITH US

Mailing Address

Breaking Barriers United
12403 Central Avenue
Suite 508
Chino,  CA 91710

  • Email: info@breakingbarriersunited.com