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Free Live Event on August 9-10 | Preparing Your High Schooler for College and Beyond

Abigail Endsley
Abigail Endsley

July 28, 2018

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When the internet was born in 1990, it changed everything. It lit a grease fire under newly sparked ideas, creating a culture that thrives on information, technology, and 140-character opinions. The turn of the century ushered in a world you had never experienced before, and one your high schooler has never lived without.

Because of this single invention, the world you grew up in is gone. Thanks to sites like YouTube, Khan Academy, Facebook, and Instagram, your children’s education and socialization already looks nothing like what you knew as a kid. It’s no surprise that their career paths probably won’t look anything like yours either.

With high school graduation looming, college decisions to be made, and basic “adulting” to master, are you sure your high school student will be prepared to successfully navigate this new, confusing (possibly terrifying) landscape?

Are you prepared to help them?

Introducing What’s Next

We’re excited to announce, on August 9th-10th, Unbound will be hosting What’s Next, a digital conference that will help your family gain the tools you need to thrive in this ever-changing, fast-paced world.

Gain wisdom and practical advice from dozens of influential leaders, speakers, and world-changers, including:

  • Jeff Myers, president of Summit Ministries
  • Jefferson Bethke, inspirational Christian teacher
  • Shannon Miles, CEO and Co-Founder of BELAY
  • Josh Taylor, creator of Blimey Cow (you know, that YouTube channel your kids are always watching)
  • And 14 more

What will you learn? Here’s a sneak peek at a few of the sessions:


A Leader’s Guide to Becoming a Person of Influence, taught by Jeff Myers

Without communication, even the best-laid plans ultimately amount to nothing. Here’s how you can build valuable communication skills which will inspire people with grace, love, and a clear vision.

Becoming Bulletproof: How to Prepare Your Daughter for Anything, taught by Taryn Austgen

In this unpredictable world, even the best-laid plans can go astray. That’s why it’s important to equip your daughter not just for the life she wants—but with the necessary skills to learn, adapt, and leap the unexpected hurdles she may encounter along the way.

5 Mistakes Parents and Students Make Planning for College, taught by Woody Robertson

College is supposed to set you up for success. But if you’re not careful, your college decisions could simply waste your time and drag you down with debt. Here are 5 of the worst college-planning mindsets—and how to avoid them.


That’s only 3 of 20 amazing session topics (which you can check out by clicking here).

And the best part of this whole thing: thanks to the generosity of our speakers, this entire conference (i.e. 15 hours of life-changing content) is being brought to you 100% free.

Register now to let us help you equip your student for life beyond high school and college.

We can’t wait to see you there.

Abigail Endsley
Abigail Endsley

A former student counselor and Unbound student, Abigail is passionate about empowering others to achieve their goals. When she’s not dreaming with her friends, you can find her reading or singing Broadway songs. Loudly.

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