Alexander Is On A MISSION To Help Students!

Alexander Myles Speaker

Looking for another boring speaker for your next conference or assembly? Then you are in the wrong place.

If you are looking to keep your high school students motivated and on their feet, then you have found the right person for your next event. Alexander is perfect for keynotes, school assemblies, workshops, and conferences.

Every program incorporates MAGIC and ENTERTAINMENT to keep your audience fully engaged. Each program can be custom fit to your audience and can be adapted to the length you need. Each of these programs are geared specifically towards High School Students and tailored to your needs.

Typical programs are 45 minute keynote, ½ day or full day workshop.

“From Distraction to Action” -A Transition From High School To College

How are all of the technological distractions affecting our world and society? In this dynamic, energetic presentation, Alexander teaches students and shares how “distractions” are all around us in high school. The simple things we do on a regular basis make a big difference in the quality of our lives. Your students will leave motivated and ready to take action on their life. This program is great for high school Seniors or high school leaders thinking about the next steps in their life.

The Student Leader Within You

This program is geared towards High School Students. How does a leader develop and what does it take to become an effective leader? Students will learn how to become a more effective leader and will learn what it takes to lead others in high school and moving into college. Alexander uses metaphors, magic, and entertainment to inspire and entertain your his audience.


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