Since 1977, serving the people of North Carolina
Calling All Teens 13-18!
Hemophilia of North Carolina (HNC) is excited for its first teen event for 2022. While we know that weekends are for sleeping in, working, and hanging out with friends, we hope that you will set aside a few hours to connect with other teens affected by a bleeding disorder.
The day will start with a program about high school planning, exploring careers, the college search, financial literacy, applying to college, and financial aid and scholarships, including an overview of scholarships available just for the bleeding disorders community. This program will be presented by Sarita Broadway, Senior CFNC Regional Representative at the College Foundation of North Carolina.
Then, test your skills with a VIRTUAL ESCAPE ROOM. In this activity, participants will race to solve a family mystery with their fictional best friend. By following clues and solving puzzles, will you be able to figure out the BIG secret before it’s too late?
While parents are invited to attend the program at the beginning, the escape room is for teens only. Register today to make new connections with other teens across North Carolina, have lots of fun, and maybe learn a little bit too. Teens will get a gift card for a meal delivery service (DoorDash, GrubHub, or Uber Eats) and a box of goodies from HNC.
Please register by Thursday, January 6, 2022. If you have any questions, contact the HNC Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 919-319-0014.
This is the first program of the year for the NEW Teen Empowerment Program which provides teenagers the opportunity to learn, connect, and advocate for themselves and others. By participating, teens not only gain valuable experiences, but they have the chance to make lifelong connections and friendships with other teens who understand what it’s like to be affected by a bleeding disorder. Programs are offered to any teen in the bleeding disorders community, including those who are diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, siblings of someone with a bleeding disorder, and children of a parent with a bleeding disorder.
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