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empowerME2… Finish a Race!

Blog for The Alliance for a Healthier Generation. empowerME2… Finish a Race! If someone challenged you to train for a 5k, could you do it? How about a 10k? A half marathon? A marathon? A triathlon? Would you look at them … Continue reading

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Semester of Service: an empowerME challenge!

Blog for The Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Note: Youth Service America is one of the Alliance’s key partners in spreading the empowerME Movement. This article served to align empowerME programming with a key YSA initiative in order to strengthen our … Continue reading

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empowerME My Community

Copy for the My Community section of empowerME2b.org. empowerME4Life is a free, 8-session healthy living course designed for young people to learn by teaching others to eat better and move more. This program makes a great service project for either an individual … Continue reading

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empowerME My School

Copy for the My School section of empowerME2b.org. Does your school need a healthy makeover? Check out empowerME@school: a toolkit for youth leaders. Use this toolkit to make positive changes in your school. We know that young people today are smarter, … Continue reading

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empowerME My Life

Copy for the My Life section of empowerME2b.org. Our tips and tricks will help you reach your health goals: approved by the American Heart Association- so you know they’re legit! empowerME4Life is a free, 8-session healthy living course designed for young people to … Continue reading

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empowerME2b Homepage

Notes: No language existed on the empowerME2b.org to explain what the movement is and how/why to get involved. Copy across the top and on the bottom left as well as a new video (I story-boarded clips and copy for an … Continue reading

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