Other Cool Stuff
Native It's Your Game... Keep it Real!
We, at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, would like to invite your child to participate in an after school program called NATIVE It’s Your Game. The after school program is part of a research study to evaluate the effectiveness of NATIVE It’s Your Game. This approximately 8-week health program is about helping teens make healthy choices about friendships, relationships and drug and alcohol use. To find out more about the program and to let us know about your interest in enrolling your children in Native It's Your Game, go to our page on Native It's Your Game.
iknowmine & ANDVSA Youth Wellness Ambassadors
iknowmine and the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault are partnering up for a brand-new program for all Alaskan youth ages 14-24 to become Youth Wellness Ambassadors in their own community. If you are or know a youth who is interested in bringing positive change to their community and wants to encourage their peers to make positive and healthy choices, join the Youth Wellness Ambassador program today!
iknowmine Youth Advisors
The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s (ANTHC) STD Program seeks volunteer youth advisors to develop and review content for iknowmine.org, a new sexual health website for Alaska Native and rural Alaska youth. iknowmine.org promotes public health and the sexual health of teens and young adults through web-based education, information, personal stories, HIV/STD testing and access to condoms. This is a great opportunity to be part of an effort to make a difference in the lives of teens and young adults. Click here to learn more and apply.
National Native American Heritage Month 2012 photo contest
Our winners from iknowmine's first National Native American Heritage Month 2012 photo contest. Click the photos for credits and full size images. To see more entries please visit the event page and our Facebook page's wall.
Judge's Choice "I Know Mine and Now They Know Their's" Catherine Edwards, Tlingit
Most Liked "Hach’ooní bitsiiyéél" Danner Peter, Diné
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National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
March 20th is National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, it's about celebrating life! Explore this page to learn more about how iknowmine celebrate NNHAAD and how you can host your own event in your community around HIV/AIDS. Learn more here.