As Seen On “America’s Got Talent”
Matt Wilhelm is a 3-Time X-Games Medalist and 2-Time United States National Champion.
Matt’s program will encourage your students to stand up for one another and stand up for themselves.
This is not another cheesy assembly. Kids relate to Matt’s real stories of overcoming adversity and challenges.
From the First TrickYour students will be captivated instantly. During the course of the next 45-minutes they will hang onto Matt’s every last word. He will weave his personal story around the following topics:
- Bullying / Bystander Intervention
- Perseverance / Growth Mindset
The perfect mix of entertainment and message.
Most assemblies are either all entertainment or all speaking. Not this program. Matt Wilhelm’s show is a great mix of exciting BMX bike tricks and inspiring stories.
“His entertainment is blended with stories of overcoming obstacles and dealing with bullies.
His message is strong and visual.”
What’s the show about?
Matt Wilhelm worked his whole life to make it to the largest BMX competition in the world, The X-Games. However, his glory was short lived as he finished in LAST PLACE. Matt refused to give up and went on to win three X-Games medals and two National Championships.
Growing up Matt was made fun of for being “Different” and riding BMX. He was going to quit riding BMX altogether after an intense bullying episode at the local dirt jumps. However, another BMX rider had the courage to stand up for him and include him into the group. This small heroic act of kindness changed Matt’s life forever. Matt Wilhelm’s anti-bullying program empowers kids to stand up for others, stand up for themselves, and be everyday heroes.
Your students will hear the message loud and clear. They will walk away inspired and ready to make a difference.
Watch Matt’s Video
Click play button to watch Matt’s school assembly preview.
Top 5 Reasons to Book Matt
More than just a 45-minute school assembly.
Matt’s program also includes Hero Inside, a FREE video series and discussion guide that teachers can use in the classroom after the presentation.
What People Are Saying