#TeenDVAM: Social Media Youth Engagement Strategies
As adult allies, we cannot assume we understand young people’s lives and experiences. If we are serious about working with young people to end dating violence, it is important to recognize the trends among youth culture and make authentic connections with the young people we serve. Developing engaging youth-centered content depends on consistent communication with youth both in-person and digitally. This interactive webinar will offer strategies organizations can use to engage young people with technology, and an opportunity to participate in one of Break the Cycles quintessential activities for adapting conversations based on youth research.
By the end of the webinar, participants will:
Consider strategies organizations can employ to engage young people using technology.
Experience and understand how to use Social Listening for developing engaging youth-centered content.
Free for members / $25 for non-members
Tyreena Heck is the Community Initiatives Coordinator for Break the Cycle who adores working with young people and has a passion for cultivating youth-adult partnerships. After graduating from the University of Texas, Tyreena began her journey as a Prevention Specialist for the Williamson County Crisis Center. Within two years, she expanded her first prevention program from three schools to over twenty-five. In 2016, Tyreena formed the Coaches Leadership Board with the Texas Council on Family Violence to promote healthy relationships in athletic communities. She has worked with hundreds of young people, partnered with key influencers, and understands the importance of engaging everyday people in the movement to end violence. Tyreena holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and an MBA from Concordia University Texas.