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HPV Update from our Youth Programs Intern

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This blog post is by Annie Jiang, OSBHA's Summer Youth Programs Intern. Annie is a student at Reed College. As an education lover, she strives to make education more accessible and fun to students so that students are able to enjoy the rewarding nature of knowledge. 

Oregon HPV Vaccination Week & Youth Voice

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Four students and one OSBHA employee standing in front of white building wearing & holding up HPV week t-shirtsAt OSBHA, we believe youth voice is critical to healthcare programming, policy, and advocacy. We strive to center the youth voice in everything that we do, and we are actively engaging in practices that redistribute, share and build power with youth to change systems of inequity.

Thank you for joining us at School Health Advocacy Day 2019!

Over 100 Oregon students joined us on February 28 for School Health Advocacy Day 2019. Students facilitated 27 meetings with their legislators to discuss the importance of school-based health services.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OREGON’S YOUNG PEOPLE ADVOCATE FOR HEALTH AND WELLNESS
2019 School Health Advocacy Day

On February 28, 2019, young people from across Oregon will gather to advocate for access to healthcare and to cap School-Based Health Care Awareness Month, which was proclaimed by Governor Kate Brown on February 1 st , 2019. The Oregon School Based Health Alliance’s 2019 School Health Advocacy Day—in its 12 th year —is the only youth-driven advocacy event that supports school-based health in Oregon. On this day, youth from around the state:

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