Harlan has spoken in 47 states, visited over 500 high school and college campuses, and helped millions of people get comfortable with the uncomfortable. He helps middle students dream big and get over their fears, he helps high school students rethink college planning and happily navigate search and selection, he helps high school grads successfully make the transition to life in college, he helps parents get comfortable with all the big changes ahead, he helps faculty, staff, and professionals take care of themselves while leading others with confidence and clarity, and he helps dreamers find the confidence and courage to take risk after risk and surpass their goals. Harlan’s events are high-impact, hilarious, and unpredictable (he takes live text messages from audience members during his shows). Check out the videos below and fill out an event interest form.
LIVE EVENTS, KEYNOTES, & WORKSHOPS
PRE-College & Middle School
* All events can be presented as part of a professional development series
TAPPING THE KEG OF TRUTH:
Exposing The Why Behind The College Drinking Culture
* Events can be presented as part of a professional development series
* These events can also be modified to address high school audiences
Leadership & Professional Development
For availability, fees, & details fill out: EVENT INTEREST FORM
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
This is a video testimonial appreciate students put together (without Harlan’s knowledge):
Northeastern University (Boston)
Harlan was an absolute pleasure to have at Northeastern. He could not have been more gracious, easy to work with or nicer with our students. We had a fantastic turnout for a Friday rainy night in Boston –and what’s even better is that students stayed the entire show and really enjoyed it. We had an after-party that Harlan promoted during the show and had a very successful event. Students came to meet each other, meet Harlan and put themselves out there in a way that was clearly a result of Harlan’s encouragement and messaging. Possibly the most impressive to me was the time that Harlan took with students —he was patient, kind and stayed at our event until each and every student who wanted an opportunity to speak with him had ample time to talk.
Amaura Kemmerer, LICSW
Director, Office of Prevention & Education at Northeastern O.P.E.N.
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