ConnectSafely will host two live events in honor of Safer Internet Day on February 11, 2020.
Computer History Museum – Mountain View, Calif.
10:00 AM PT
200 8th-12th grade students
I’m interested in attending with my students
ConnectSafely will bring together students, youth leaders, influencers, educators, policy makers, internet safety experts and tech industry executives for a special student-focused event at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. The event will be live streamed. (Learn how to join the live stream.)
Safer Internet Day Family Night is an opportunity for parents and children (of all ages) to enjoy a meal, entertainment and participate in a fun interactive program to learn more about social media, apps, online gaming and more.
As always, we’re partnering with the National PTA and — this year — we’re also working with MyDigitalTat2 — a nonprofit that brings internet safety education to Bay Area schools.
The program features interactive stations where high school students will teach parents about their kids’ favorite games and apps like TikTok, YouTube, YouTube Kids, Roblox, Instagram, Minecraft, Snapchat, Fortnite and more.
The free event includes dinner, activities and a raffle thanks to support from our partners including Google, Comcast, Facebook, Microsoft, NCTA – The Internet & Television Association, NortonLifeLock, and Trend Micro.