Eliza Kennedy is a director at Be Social. Be Smart, a national program developed to empower young people to harness their social media skills for good. It partners with secondary schools to upskill students in strategic and effective digital sharing, connecting and communicating. The sessions are founded on the principles of scenario-based, just-in-time learning. They incorporate a mix of storytelling, video and visualisation to engage and inspire students to use positive posting on social media for improved relationships, powerful personal branding, professional networking and community involvement. Connect with Be Social. Be Smart. on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn, or visit www.besocialbesmart.com.au for more information.
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