Dr. Earl Holliday

Core Values Worth Knowing Project Feedback

Boys Transitioning and ItsMyCareer thank each school/school district that was a part of the Core Values Project during the 2014-18 school years. We would like to hear from the project participants concerning you and\or your child's experience with the program. To improve on our project, please provide any feedback. Thanks again and we continue to support our kids!
  • Interactive Sessions Focusing on High School Students

  • Positive Solutions to Help Navigate, Educate, and Inspire

  • Insightful Panel Discussions on Successful Parental Strategies


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Upcoming Mother-Son Workshops

and presentations are designed to educate and inspire. The workshops will serve as building blocks to encourage positive interactions between mothers and sons.Through the power of respectful communication and personal responsibility, we will empower and assist single mothers to learn to set and enforce boundaries with confidence and resolve. These conferences will allow mothers to set aside all the distractions of life and focus on getting to better know and understand their sons.  These workshops are designed for mothers to laugh, listen, and talk with their sons and to temporarily get away from things that normally distract both of them. ​This will be an opportunity for sons to see their mother not only as ‘Mom’, but as a woman who has excellent insights to share with and about them. Sons will discover that moms are their number one fans who have high expectations in life for them at all times. Four different workshops for both mothers and sons at each session.
Challenge:  There is no question that there exist a growing disconnect between single mothers and their sons. There has been a dramatic increase in American divorce rates over the past 40 years as well as an increasing birthrate outside of marriage. More and more mothers who are younger and younger are expected to raise healthy, well-adjusted young men by themselves in the absence of strong positive role model fathers in the home. In addition, these mothers must increasingly compete with negative inputs in their son’s developments through social media and peer pressure.
Description of Workshops:  These series of workshops are designed to provide essential information and tools for the tool kit of our single parents as well as students. The overreaching goal is to assist mothers in developing a blueprint for successful parenting of today’s 21st century males as they navigate the sometimes bewildering road to success in life. Each breakout session will be staffed by KSU students, professors, and other professionals in the Metro Atlanta area. These practical and insightful workshops
Research Initiative - Mother-Son Parental Engagement Workshop Series
Mother-Son Parental Engagement Workshop Series 2018-19 

Dates - TBD
Middle/High School Students

Events - Workshops/Research/Seminars