Through storytelling, visual aids, self-reflecting questions, audience participation and facilitated discussion techniques, “Become Your Captain. Catch Your Future” redirects students’ attention from the negative influences and outside social pressures to focus on who they are and what they really want to do with their life.

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Become Your Captain. Catch Your Future. Nick “Sunshine” Tokman from ‘Deadliest Catch’

BOCES ID

2575

For

3-5, Middle school, High school

Categories

Character Education, Storytelling, Visual Arts

Curriculum

Storytelling, Visual Arts

Costs

$1400-$3500 (Travel Included)
Group purchasing available

Full Day Option:
(2) 1 hour keynotes
(2) 30 minute Q&A Sessions
(2) 60 minute photograph/autograph sessions
Post-evaluation surveys for students
Up to 500 autographed posters for students & faculty
Nick at the school from morning until close!

Half Day Option:
(1) 1 hour keynote
(1) 30 minute Q&A Session
(1) 60 minute photograph/autograph session
Post-evaluation surveys for students
Up to 200 autographed posters for students & faculty

Dates Available

September-June

Program Theme

Through storytelling, visual aids, self-reflecting questions, audience participation and facilitated discussion techniques, “Become Your Captain. Catch Your Future” redirects students’ attention from the negative influences and outside social pressures to focus on who they are and what they really want to do with their life.

Program Description

Nick Tokman, “Sunshine” on Discovery Channel’s ‘Deadliest Catch,’ speaks nationally building self-worth in students so they think for themselves and make the best decisions for their future. He partners with schools to address common issues students face including peer pressure, high expectations from family and negative influences. Through storytelling and visuals, he shares with students his path prior to becoming known as ‘Sunshine’ on the hit tv show and how he dealt with struggles that many teens and tweens go through along with the mindset he developed to overcome his obstacles, mistakes and failures. After Nick’s presentation, students will leave believing in themselves to say no to peer pressure and other outside influences that get in the way of who they are and what they want to do with their lives. Having presented across the country to crowds as large as 17,000 people, students will leave remembering these lessons in an entertaining and memorable way.

About Nick:
Nick Tokman, “Sunshine” for the past four years featured on Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch,” has been speaking professionally to students and corporate professionals across the country. He has spoken at National Student Conferences for SkillsUSA, NatStuCo and HOBY as well as numerous state student leadership conferences including SkillsUSA, FCCLA, HOSA, BPA, TSA and FBLA. He has also received coaching from Hall of Fame Speakers including Victoria Labalme, Eric Chester, Mark Scharenbroich and Jason Hewlett.

Website

Home

Email

nick@nicktokman.com

Phone

(413) 530-3337

Address

PO Box 10540
Holyoke, MA 01041

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