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Fwd: REMINDER: YAHAnet’s Global Student Podcast Competition for HIV Awareness & Prevention
Nov 13th, 2011 - 15:09:00
Please see the opportunity listed below!
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Date: Sat, Nov 12, 2011 at 5:53 PM
Subject: REMINDER: YAHAnets Global Student Podcast Competition for HIV
Awareness & Prevention
To: info (at) yahanet.org
Hello Fellow HIV/AIDS Activists,
I am writing to you to remind you about Youth, the Arts, HIV and AIDS
Network's global student podcast competition. There are about 18 days left
until the submission deadline (December 2, 2011). In case you have
forgotten or did not have a chance to read our initial e-mail, here is a
little bit about the contest:
The competition involves creating an audio podcast on the theme "Turning
the tide together to reach zero" and is open to youth ages 15 to 24.
Podcasts can be created by individuals or groups from the same organization
or institution, or you can team up with a group or individual from another
educational institution or youth organization. They can be up to 3 minutes
The use of podcasting to spread messages to large audiences is growing very
much at this time, and I encourage you to use this opportunity to get
involved, for a great cause at that!
More information about the contest including submission guidelines, judging
criteria, and prize information can be found at www.yahanet.org under the
featured podcast headline on the homepage.
I have attached the contest flyer where you will find great ways to
incorporate the podcast challenge into your organization's activities.
Please do not hesitate to circulate the flyer to others you think would be
interested in participating!
Thank you for your interest and support!
YAHAnet Communications Officer
info (at) yahanet.org
Lindsay Menard-Freeman, M.A.
Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS, a program of TakingITGlobal
(E): lindsay (at) gyca.org
540 President St.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Donate now! http://tigurl.org/gycadonate/
GYCA is a youth-led global network of over 6,000 young leaders and adult
allies working on youth and HIV/AIDS in 173 countries world-wide. GYCA's
mission is to empower young leaders with the skills, knowledge, resources
and opportunities they need to scale up HIV/AIDS interventions amongst