What if teens discovered the importance of public health to their lives and the lives of others around them? What if they decided to get educated and inspire themselves and others and raise awareness about important public issues that affect many of us in one way or another? That is exactly what happened during GYV’s 2013 Community Health Workshop. Twenty-two participants researched key public health issues and selected ones they felt particularly passionate about: bullying, environmental waste, drug use, and depression. They then learned how to storyboard, film, and edit public service announcements to help raise awareness!

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