Tobacco use is the No. 1 cause of preventable death in the United States and around the world—and it’s time we work together to change that. In partnership with Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, NASSP Student Leadership is hosting the “Take Down Tobacco” webinar series to inform, activate, and celebrate student leaders who want to unite for an important cause. Check out the three webinars below to get involved!
About the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, a nonprofit organization, is a leading force in the fight to reduce tobacco use and its deadly toll in the United States and around the world. Our vision: a future free of the death and disease caused by tobacco. We work to save lives by preventing kids from smoking, helping smokers quit, and protecting everyone from secondhand smoke. For more information, visit www.tobaccofreekids.org.
Calling all teams who are committed to helping take down tobacco in their schools, learning environments, and communities! Part III of the “Take Down Tobacco” series invites you and your student leader teams to join us for this celebration and rallying of youth who are advocating for change. Come be inspired by other teams doing great work and receive valuable social media practices to help amplify your efforts.
Part of being a great student leader is activating and mobilizing other young leaders for a cause! Join us for part two of the “Take Down Tobacco” series, sponsored by NASSP Student Leadership. Leadership coach Dr. Drea Elzy shares how mobilization is essential to leadership and applies that same perspective to the advocacy work of “Take Down Tobacco.”
Click here to download a worksheet meant to encourage self-reflection and growth during the webinar.
In partnership with Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, NASSP Student Leadership is hosting a series of three webinars to inform, activate, and celebrate student leaders who want to unite for an important cause.
Join us for part I of the series with Senior Manager Zachary Scott from the NASSP Policy & Advocacy Center, representatives from the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, and student advocate Sid Thakker to learn why “Take Down Tobacco” needs your school and student leaders to get involved.