|Join us in our efforts to support the WYC Peer Leaders!
Thank you for supporting the Watertown Youth Coalition Peer Leaders!
WYC Peer Leaders are a group of committed Watertown High School students who meet regularly to plan activities that help support and empower young people living in Watertown. They are a part of the larger Watertown Youth Coalition (overseen by Wayside Multi-Service Center) which is a group of youth, adults, students, parents, school staff, administrators, and local agencies from the community that work together to promote healthy lifestyles among Watertown youth & their families.
During the 2016-2017 school year, WYC Peer Leaders:
• Created award-winning images that were displayed at the CADCA National Leadership Forum in Washington D.C.
• Collaborated with Waltham Youth & Community Coalition Trailblazers
• Helped plan and were panelists for the Screenagers film screening event
• Created the Relaxation Station to provide relief from stress during exams at WHS
• Brought a full week of speakers and activities to WHS as part of SPEAK Week
• Created a community mapping project about the accessibility of tobacco products
• Made presentations to state and local legislators and policymakers
• Attended the Allied Media Conference in Detroit to learn more organizing strategies
• Helped out at local community events
• And more!
Your support will help us continue efforts like these! The amount you see raised so far is the entire agency. 100% of funds donated through our team go directly to support the WYC Peer Leadership program. We have a goal to raise $750 and would love your help. Any contribution is appreciated!
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