Aug 3, 2018
Something I always talk about is the
parent child relationship.
It is so important, especially at this age.
Reid Broudy is a rising senior who attends Wildwood School in
Los Angeles. Reid has been coming to Gold Arrow Camp since 2014 and
recently completed the Junior Counselor program. His camp nickname
is REX. Some of Reid’s extracurricular activities include serving
as student body president, running his own club called Teens Make a
Change, and being on the Common Sense Media Teen Council.
What is Common Sense Media?
Common Sense Media is a non-partisan, not-for-profit
organization dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families
by providing the trustworthy information, education, and
independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and
technology. CSM provides accurate information and tools, as
well as an independent forum so that families can have a choice and
a voice about the media they consume. Find out more at
CSM’s Los Angeles Teen Council is designed to empower young
people to become leaders and role models in the community by
learning and speaking about issues of digital citizenship and
literacy, and by modeling responsible media use. Reid, along with
the other board members, travels to different events throughout Los
Angeles and talk to Middle School Parents about today’s technology.
They also answer questions and give tech/parenting advice while
reflecting on their own middle school digital footprint.
Reid’s passion for technology has also expanded into building
websites for different clients. Reid hopes to create a safer
environment online and return back to camp soon!
Quotes from Reid
"Something I always talk about is the parent child
relationship. It is so important, especially at this age."
"Find a connection or passion that you and your child share
that doesn't involve screen time."
"My dad and I have gotten really close because we like to go
hiking every weekend."
"Especially going into middle school or high school, you want
to start with a trustworthy relationship."
"What is really important for parents, I think, is to check
how much you use social media."
"If you go on any kid's wall and look at their photos and
their posts, everything just seems a little perfect."
"When you see a friend's photo, and it looks like they're
having a great time, and you're on the coach at home not there, you
just get down on yourself."
"We really need to realize it's fake. It's not a perfect
"Have these conversations with your kid. It is really, really
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