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NNLM in Your Community: Austin, TX

Posted Aug 10, 2017 by Franda Liu
Category: National, SCR

NNLM South Central Region (SCR) recently partnered with JOI Community Outreach - a youth organization that works within the community to reach out to teens and provide them with opportunities to expand their knowledge on skills that will shape their future! During their weekly summer music series Jump On It, JOI introduced and promoted NLM's primary consumer health website MedlinePlus throughout the night from the stage.
 
Take a peek at the event!

Great job from SCR in reaching out to youth-based communities such as this group. Participants walked away with increased awareness of NLM resouces.

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