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Keep It 360 is the campaign. Imagine a circle of teens, parents and the community. Then imagine a forum for fostering real, open and honest conversations about sex and teen pregnancy. Keep It 360 is the new norm and it starts with teens, parents, and our community talking openly and honestly about sex and teen pregnancy prevention.
Teens Talk, an ACAP-sponsored group of teen advisors, is helping ACAP launch a new multi-media campaign in an effort to reduce teen pregnancy in Alexandria.
Teens Talk is the group. They are TC Williams High School students with various talents, interests and life experiences. In some way, they have all been impacted by teen pregnancy in our community. As a group, they are helping to create the solution. Read about their experiences in the Teens Talk blog; blog.keepit360.org.
That’s the theme of this year’s Teens Talk Art and Media Contest, sponsored by the Keep it 360 campaign and ACAP. The goal of the contest is to raise awareness and promote action on teen pregnancy prevention by promoting the Keep it 360 message and contest theme through all forms of creativity. See the Official Rules for full details, but in a nutshell: submit one or more original creative work (such as visual art, design, photography, video, music, writing or poetry) as an electronic copy to TeensTalk@AlexandriaVA.gov by May 31st, along with a completed entry form. First, second, and third place winners will be notified by June 17th and will receive a VISA gift card in the respective amounts of $300, $200, or $100.