No one wants a speaker who tells your students what to do, uses scare tactics or leaves stage without a real call to action.
Jake White shows your audience how to have fun in college without binge drinking or using drugs, and actually gives them the tools to take action right away. So you’ll see a positive impact in
Top choice speaker for Greek Life, Freshman Orientation and Welcome Week.
98% of our audience said Jake helped them realize their happiness and goals are more important than what others think about them. He was also rated the most valuable part of our conference by the students. Thank you Jake!
—Michele Losey (United Way Youth Director)
Jake’s presentation is not abstinence-based and he doesn’t preach about sobriety. Whether a student chooses to drink or not, they are inspired by Jake’s courage to be open about his differences and start a college movement that’s spreading across the nation. Your audience will be inspired to
Jake started Party.0 by throwing house parties at his college, but without any drugs or alcohol. His signature “sober parties” have attracted thousands of students, media coverage from national outlets and sponsorships from brands like Red Bull & Papa Johns.
The teens love him! They referenced Jake several times at camp and definitely related to not fitting in at times. However, Jake exemplified that it is okay (and great!) to stay true to yourself.
Jake’s gift is in his enthusiasm for people and the goal at hand. I have watched him bring various speaking engagements to life by inserting himself into his stories, vocally engaging the ears of the audience, and his ability to relate to them.
Jake's greatest asset is his energy and personality. He is a sensational role model to youth. Most importantly, he did NOT preach to our teens and the message was very relatable to what they go through.
Jake was the perfect combo for Greek Life and Late Night Programs! I received comments and emails the same day from students who are eager to host sober parties for our school. Thank you Jake for igniting a positive movement on our campus!
Jake is able to help students see that it's more important to be true to themselves than to try to impress others. I have seen him take a crowd of students who are trying not to seem too engaged (for fear of looking uncool) to having them dancing in the aisles of the theatre in under an hour. Students leave feeling good about who they are as individuals, as well as more informed about the opportunities that lay ahead at college. Jake is awesome!