Wednesday, March 30, 2011
ISIS, Inc. presents the 4th annual Sex::Tech, a conference on new media, youth, and sexual health:
Sex::Tech 2011 is poised to be better than ever. We have a few registration slots left, so best to grab them up today.
We're opening with a fabulous group of youth from across the country in a panel called, Youth Reflect: Masculinity, Social Media and Film Friday, April 1st at 8:30 am.
ISIS is releasing our first white paper with the support of the Ford Foundation,
TECHsex USA: Youth Sexuality and Reproductive Health in the Digital Age Friday, April 1st at 10 am.
Friday's mid-day plenary features mHealth luminaries: Jody Ranck (mHealth Alliance/UN Foundation), Jen McCabe (Contagion Health), Amanda Mills (AOL Mobile), and Miles Orkin (American Cancer Society) Friday, April 1st at 2:15 pm.
MTV's 16 and Pregnant team provides a glimpse behind the scenes of the most popular cable series among young people aged 16-34 Saturday, April 2nd at 8:30 am.
Check Out the Full Schedule.
Be sure to meet National Youth Leaders, working the conference both days:
Young Feminist Powerhouse, Shelby Knox
Multimedia Team, Youth UpRising
Youth Journalists, New America Media
Peer Educators, Scarleteen, Berkeley High School and DramaWorks
If you can't make it, the three plenary sessions will be livestreamed at our Partner Organizations' websites:
RH Reality Check www.rhrealitycheck.org
The NC's Sex Really www.sexreally.com
ISIS' Sex::Tech www.sextech.org
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