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Topics are selected based on the interest of the audience and speakers travel to meet their audience where it’s most convenient for them, for example at their community auditorium, civic center, lecture hall, clubhouse or online via webinars. Next Level Educators sets itself apart from others by the quality of speakers it offers. These seasoned professionals exhibit reliable command of their subject matter, which is demonstrated through their excellent presentation skills.

We offer engaging 1-hour lectures or lecture series on cutting edge topics drawn from such fields as:

  • Health/Wellness

  • Finance

  • Sociology

  • Political Science

  • Culture

  • Psychology

  • IT

  • Law

  • History and more

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Take A Look At Some Of Our Popular Presentations:

Cultural Taboos

Have you come across some cultural practices that were disapproved by many, but were still practiced by some? This lecture will cover practices that are frowned upon in the US, like polygamy, incest and homosexuality.

Geographical Savvy

Is there a relationship between our culture, where we live and the landscape around us? How much are people in different states in the US affected by the desert, mountains, snow and tropical climate? Let’s take a tour across the country to explore the geographical impact.

Global Warming From a Geographical Perspective

In this lecture, we will take the politics out of global warming and discuss  global changes that are a direct effect. How did our landscape look years ago and what does it look like today? What changes are projected in years to come?

Implicit bias

It’s normal to have preconceived notions about groups of people and very easy to believe stereotypes, especially when we are frequently bombarded with information that is presented as evidence.  This presentation will point out some common biases and will offer ways in which the biases can be combated.

Impact of social media

Social Media plays a prominent role in the lives of young and old today. Connections are reignited, while others come to an end because of the influence of social media. What was the foundation of relationships based on before Facebook and Instagram? What are some trendy ways in which people use social media. What are the projected trends? Let’s explore.

The many Hats we wear

This is a delightful engaging session that explores the many different roles we play in society over our lifetime. Participants tackle the challenging task of picking the one that is most important to them currently.

Why do we get angry?

You might be surprised to learn that nothing or no one can make us angry. Come and find out why we get angry and what we can do to break the cycle.

Effective Interpersonal Communication

There are two major actors in the communication process but there are many barriers to effective communication. In this session we identify the key players and examine leading barriers and then provide participants with the tools to enhance the supporting forces and minimize the distracting ones.

What defines us?

Have you ever been curious about your background? What makes you who you are, is it your inherited genes or the culture in which you grew up? Come find out the answers to these intriguing questions. At the conclusion of this session participants will know the distinctive difference between race and ethnicity and the role each plays in deciding who we are.

Who is in Charge?

In any given relationship there is usually a power imbalance and the partner with the greater power inevitably takes control of the relationship. In this session we help participants assess the power imbalances in their relationships, and equip them with strategies to equalize the power.

Nelson Mandela Day

Are you ready to experience the excitement of giving back?  Then come join us on July 18th, when we will pay tribute to and celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela and honor his commitment to fighting poverty and inequality. We will have a lively conversation about our obligation to help others who need it most and explore ways to build bridges and commit to change. Click on the pdf file (left) to read the 2018 report. 

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