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Internet Safety Seminar


For more information, contact Alan Fischer.

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When:  Saturday, March 15, 2014
           8:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Where: Knollwood Community Church
           10000 Coffer Woods Road, Burke VA
           Fellowship Center


 Internet safety tools for a new generation!

Knollwood Community Church is teaming up with Enough Is Enough®  (EIE) to bring internet safety to families of Burke and the surrounding communities.  Knollwood cares about your family!

The Internet Safety 101® seminar was created by EIE, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Justice. It is a widely-renowned resource and teaching series that paints a comprehensive picture of the dangers children can encounter online.  Through the Internet Safety 101® program, EIE strives to educate and empower parents, educators and other caring adults with the information they need to effectively protect children from internet dangers.  Check out their trailer at http://internetsafety101.org

Parents remain the 'first line of defense' in protecting their children against Internet safety dangers. However, oftentimes parents, educators and other caring adults are ill-equipped, uninformed and often overwhelmed when it comes to internet safety issues, and they need credible outside help.

That’s why we at Knollwood want to help you stay on top of what is going on with your children and the internet.  Below is an example of the information that will be shared via DVD at the seminar:

internet safety seminar - video

WHO Should Attend?

Parents and grandparents who want to keep kids/grandkids safe on the internet. Helpful and timely resources will be available for purchase at the seminar.  

WHY Should I Attend?

  • To understand the dangers associated with uncontrolled use by children of internet- enabled devices.
  • To provide rules/tools that will help keep children safe from:

          > Cyber Bullying – 43% of teens aged 13 to 17 report that they have experienced
             some sort of cyberbullying in the past year. (Harris Interactive Trends & Tudes,
          > Pornography – Nearly 80% of unwanted exposure to pornography is taking place in
             the home. (Online Victimization of Youth: Five Years Later, 2006)
          > Predators – 65% of online sex offenders used the victim's social networking site to
             gain home and school information about the victim. (Journal of Adolescent Health 47,


Alan Fischer... Former Executive Director of Enough Is Enough and current Executive Pastor of Knollwood Community Church.

Janine Olkowski... Educational Director at 1St Choice Women’s Health Center in Lansdowne, VA.

Frank Murray... IT specialist who will be sharing hands- on specifics of how to set your children’s internet-enabled devices for safe communication.

Contact Alan Fischer
alan@knoll.org / 703.425.2068 x24