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What Social Media is Cool with Teens?

NCE Social Media

It seems that teens change their mind as often as we think. Teens want to be able to express themselves but also not do so in front of their parents. A recent story in the NY Times highlights studies that founds teens are more interested in using Twitter this year versus last year. source:

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Helping Youth Find Their Tech Genius: This year with iUrban Teen


iUrban Teen. iUrban Teen has been busy this year creating opportunities and environments where youth can find, appreciate, and grow their genius. At the core of the iUrban Teen programs is the desire to create opportunities and environments where youth can find, appreciate, and grow their genius. Sam Rodriguez.

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TikTok for Nonprofits: The Beginner’s Guide

Wild Apricot

First launched in 2017 as a short-form video sharing app used mostly by teens, TikTok has exploded in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic. As people look for entertainment and connection during long periods of lockdown, the hilarity, quirkiness.

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Teens and Twitter: A Mini Focus Group with Teens

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Yesterday, I had an opportunity to ask about 100 teens attending the Asian Liver Center's Youth Leadership Conference on Asian and Pacific Islander Health this question directly. The Mashable blog raised the question, "Why don't they tweet?". International Youth Conference. View more presentations from kanter. .

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Designing Your Nonprofit Website To Look the Part: 5 Tips 

Hands on Fundraising

Whether you’re dedicated to providing mental health care to teens in marginalized communities or working to raise awareness about environmental issues, it’s people who care that help you […]. The post Designing Your Nonprofit Website To Look the Part: 5 Tips appeared first on Hands-On Fundraising.

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The 5 Levels of Chatbot Safety & Unregulated Autonomous School Buses 

Whole Whale

For the relationship level, AI chatbot provides greetings and routes teens to human counselors who then provide advice. Low risk of direct harm from minimal AI functions, but the risk of delay in connecting teen to human support if chatbot malfunctions. The chatbot has no real understanding of the crisis details.

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4 Ideas to Keep Teens Engaged in Church

Tech Soup Blog

These are your future primary congregants, and during the troubling teen years, you have a perfect opportunity to show how their religious background will always help lead them in the right direction. Teens are facing new challenges, and need a safe place to work those out. Be Flexible in the Structure.

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