Stakeholder Involvement as a Means of Promoting Adolescent Health and Well-Being
Posted by on February 28, 2004
National Conference Call: March 18, 1-2:15 pm ET
“An Interactive Teleconference on Stakeholder Involvement as a Means of Promoting Adolescent Health and Well-Being”
Join Building Partnerships for Youth (http://msg.calsnet.arizona.edu/fcs/Index.cfm), The CYFERnet Teen Editorial Board (http://www.cyfernet.org/), and Healthy People, Healthy Communities (http://www.nnh.org/) on March 18, 2004 from 1-2:15 PM ET for a live interactive teleconference featuring experts in the fields of youth development, stakeholder involvement, working with the faith
community and the Across Ages program. Registration information is available online at http://cyfernet.org/interactrain/adolhealth.html.
Presenters will include Lynne Borden, Ph.D., University of Arizona (http://cals.arizona.edu/fcs/), Mary Oliver, Institute for Youth Development (http://www.youthdevelopment.org/) and Andrea Taylor, Ph.D., The Center for Intergenerational Learning at Temple University (http://www.temple.edu/cil/).
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