With just a click, we can reach thousands through social media. Our peer educators lead in-person workshops for their fellow classmates, also write blog posts, share Facebook posts and brainstorm cartoons, hashtags and memes – all centered around topics like safe sex, STDs, HIV/AIDS, where to get free condoms and how to get substance abuse counseling. We know that peer education is very powerful in public health because young adults are hearing it from someone in their network, someone like themselves. Below are some of the social media artifacts we have shared.
*Please note, the use of social is intended to spark conversation, create engagement, and ultimately, bring viewers back to our website for further information.
Social Media Channels