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Mon, Mar 04



Gifted Young Adult Online Support Group

Join Trent Cash and Jennifer Cammel as they facilitate an online support group just for gifted young adults! One hour, once a week for 5 weeks. Free. Limited to 10 people. Ages 18-25 only. 6-7 PM EST on Mondays, March 4-April 1.

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Gifted Young Adult Online Support Group
Gifted Young Adult Online Support Group

Time & Location

Mar 04, 2019, 6:00 PM – Apr 01, 2019, 7:00 PM


About The Event

We talk constantly about what it's like to be a gifted child, but what happens when a gifted child becomes a gifted young adult? It's a loaded question, but one thing we know for sure is that their giftedness doesn't go away - and that's exactly why SENG is hosting a Young Adult Support Group! This support group will provide a safe and welcoming environments where gifted young adults can gather to not only discuss the facts of giftedness, but to explore the realities of what it means to be a gifted young adult.

Topics will include:

  • Gifted 101
  • Embracing your Giftedness
  • Intensities and Overexcitabilities
  • Managing Stereotypes
  • Shifting Family Dynamics
  • Gifted Relationships
  • Gifted Friendships
  • College and Work Survival Skills

We hope that all of our gifted young adult community will join us in this journey towards understanding what it truly means to be young and gifted!


Trent Cash is a third-year undergraduate at The Ohio State University studying Psychology and Public Administration. After completing his undergraduate degree, Trent plans to continue to graduate school, with the intention of earning his Masters in Public Affairs (MPA), and a Ph.D. in Clinical or Social Psychology. After completing his education, Trent hopes to pursue a career as a Professor of Psychology, while continuing his work as an advocate for the gifted community. Outside of the classroom, Trent has been a part of the SENG team for 2.5 years, and currently serves as the SENG Connect Project Manager and a member of the SENG Youth Council. In his free time, Trent teaches theatre to elementary-aged students in the Columbus Community and conducts research in the Ohio State Department of Educational Psychology.


Jenn Cammel joined SENG as a communication intern in September of 2017. She is in her second year at the University of Cincinnati working toward her bachelors in communication and journalism and a certificate in public relations. She is currently an event and fundraising intern for the Cincinnati branch of the American Heart Association and writes articles for the monthly newspaper in her hometown of North Canton, Ohio. After college, she hopes to work with nonprofits in public relations and events.


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