SAND AND SHORES PR & LEADERSHIP FIRM LAUNCHES MEDIA TRAINING PROGRAM FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Working with youth organizations nationwide, this company works to educate young people about the dos and don’ts of media and social media.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 4, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Sand and Shores PR & Leadership Firm has launched a program to empower today’s youth with the media tutelage that is rarely offered to them. Media training for young people was introduced to ensure that young people have the tools to make good decisions when engaging in media activities, as well as the knowledge to avoid missteps and dangerous circumstances when engaging in media activities. of the use of social media. Seminars, webinars and a series of trainings are available for organizations serving the population under the age of 18.
Founder and Senior Consultant Tonya McKenzie has been a public relations, media and marketing professional for over 20 years. She has worked for the YMCA on marketing and public relations projects, the Redondo Beach Police Department at their annual MLK celebration, and startups like StartingPoint to secure media placements, messaging and build brand awareness. His activism as an advocate for children led to the launch of this program.
“Most kids don’t know about the laws that govern media, social networks and minors regarding what they post on the internet and what they pass on to each other. We cover that. Since we know young people are building their own platforms and engaging in media activities, it makes sense that we make sure they are doing it right. “
~ Tonya McKenzie, Founder of Sand and Shores
With over 20 years of public relations and marketing experience, Sand and Shores was created out of the growing need for more positive exposure for civic, educational, law enforcement and non-profit organizations. This certainly applies to organizations that serve our young people. They teach elements of messaging, camera charisma, and personal branding before even taking the mic. Social media safety, storytelling and a call to action are covered as well as the specific needs of program managers.
For more information on YOUTH MEDIA TRAINING, contact:
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: (424) 262-1920
Youth media training: https://bit.ly/3j22Bc2
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For more information on this topic, please contact Tonya McKenzie at (510) 589-3764 or email [email protected]