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On January 30th, Mentor Foundation USA partnered with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), The Embassy of Sweden and other partners to host the second annual National Drug Facts Day at The Embassy of Sweden in Washington, D.C.
This event gave high school students the opportunity to interact with top U.S. scientists and learn about the dangers surrounding drug and substance abuse.
At the event Mentor Foundation USA announced the winner of the Annual Drug Free Slogan Contest. The winning t-shirt is now available in H&M stores in Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland; 25% of all proceeds go to Mentor Foundation USA.
Launched in 2010, National Drug Facts Week is an annual health observance week to educate teens and help shatter the myths about drugs and drug abuse through community-based events and activities.
The skills gap crisis in one that is a huge concern for our nation. Your business can be a part of the solution by exposing young people to the skills they need to develop in order to attain their career goals.
By opening your doors to a young person, you are opening opportunities for their futures.
Read more at mentorfoundationusa.org about business who have opened their doors and helped empower the future workforce of America!