On March 24th, HealthCorps will be on-site for the March For Our Lives protest in Washington D.C. Representing HealthCorps with be Social Media Specialist, Gabrielle Mabalo, and Coordinator Blaire Hirt from Palm Beach Lakes Community High School in Palm Beach, Florida. Blaire is accompanying 30 HealthCorps students from her school. On the bus ride to D.C., Blaire will do 3 – 5 mental resilience lessons and activities.
In D.C., HealthCorps will be posting on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. Official hashtags for the event are #MarchForOurLivesDC and #MFOLDC.
Prepared media content of HealthCorps students will be posted.
Instagram Stories and Snapchat will highlight HealthCorps attendance with messages of support.
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