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News – Media Power Youth

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Media, from video games and commercials to movies and social media, has an enormous influence on students’ behavior, thoughts, and health and well being. Educators see its impact every day in the classroom. How do we teach our students to become knowledgeable and responsible consumers and creators of media in today’s digital world? (more…)

Media Power Youth, a New Hampshire-based nonprofit that empowers young people to lead safe, healthy lives through smart use of media, has announced that Heather Inyart has joined the organization as executive director, succeeding Rona Zlokower who is retiring after 18 years as its leader and founder.


Media Power Youth was featured by NAMLE as an organizational partner. Check out this interview with Media Power Youth’s former Executive Director, Rona Zlowker.

Published by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

New Hampshire organization gains national recognition for effectiveness of programs

Media Power Youth is changing the way kids think about and use media.

Now it has gained national recognition to show that its programs work.

Media Power Youth is the first New Hampshire organization to be listed on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices. (more…)

In partnership with the Office of Student Wellness and the NH Department of Education, NH based Media Power Youth has developed several online professional development modules to provide NH educators with information, resources, and practical skills and tools for addressing media related behaviors. The series is called  Real Talk for Teachers About Media and is available to all educators and other interested in teaching youth about responsible media consumption and creation.