Celebrate with us as we release our first Cyber Mpowrd YouTube Video!
What is CYBER MPOWRD?
MPOWRD, a teen-generated program, has created the YouTube station, CYBER MPOWRD, to support teens throughout the world! It demonstrates testimonies and discussion about teen challenges, choices and their impact. Teens will share opinions and thoughts as shared within the MPOWRD program that is currently offered in high schools and youth centers. From bullying to personal power to addictive behavior to anger to loss of self, CYBER MPOWRD will bring current issues from the voices of this generation through this podcast. Teens are encouraged to become a SUBSCRIBER and share CYBER MPOWRD with friends, peers and contacts within their social media. CYBER MPOWRD is about teens empowering teens.
JOIN MPOWRD by becoming part of this generation’s voice!!!
Check out the following:
1. SUBSCRIBE to CYBER MPOWRD and be part of its ongoing podcasts! Share this link with:
teens, community members, high schools, school boards, parents, youth centers and political platforms. Show the impact of this generation’s voice by sharing the voices of this generation.
2. CREATE A MESSAGE ABOUT A CHALLENGE THAT YOU FACED through a testimony, a song, your music, a poem, a rap, a story, an activity, etc.
Note: Not all entries can be used, but make sure and share your messages on your own social networking site as well. We can all spread the message of hope both on CYBER MPOWRD and through our own technology. Although we need permission with this release form, understand that we will not show any faces nor give any names in our videos. The signed release form and your “message” need to be sent to:
3. The MPOWRD Program is currently running on high school campuses right now! Click here to find out how to bring the program to your high school!
Need help right now?
Suicide Hotline: 800-784- 2433
Immediate Medical Assistance: 911
Crisis Call Center: 800-273- 8255 or text ANSWER to 839863
Sources for data in CYBER MPOWRD
National Education Association
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
U. S. Dept. of Education