THE MIC DROP | Q & D | with Margaret Franklin (D): Candidate, Prince William Board of County Supervisors, Woodbridge District

WHERE MY ACTIVISTS AT? The House, Inc.’s MIC DROP, a youth get-out-the-vote dialogue podcast targeting the political and social issues teens find most important at The House – from bullying to the environment – for its teenage crowd. As we…

THE MIC DROP | Q & D | with Margaret Franklin (D):  Candidate, Prince William Board of County Supervisors, Woodbridge District

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WHERE MY ACTIVISTS AT? The House, Inc.’s MIC DROP, a youth get-out-the-vote dialogue podcast targeting the political and social issues teens find most important at The House – from bullying to the environment – for its teenage crowd. As we look ahead to election day November 5, 2019, “What are you going to do with the time in which you are carrying the baton?” and other decisions teens will inherit in their future guide their discussions with Prince William County Candidates on the ballot. Join us on THE MIC DROP.

ABOUT THE HOUSE, INC.:
The House, Inc. serves youth in Prince William County and Washington, DC region through leadership development and total health initiatives. The House was founded in 2005 to address challenges and opportunities of the modern teen, providing out-of-school time programs to support youth to success by bridging the gap between the support services youth need and what the schools and community are designed and resourced to provide. The House devotes unprecedented resources to empower and equip young leaders with the skills and tools they need to achieve the potential for their own success. Its athletes and artists, cheerleader captains, and gamers, together form the new generation of activists, creators, and innovators.

Its dashboard of programs includes the EmpowerMEnt® Leadership Institute in partnership with the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. EmpowerMEnt® is a dynamic, fully immersive leadership certificate program for high school students.

The House, Inc. is the founder of the National Capital A Cinderella Ball, one of Washington, DC area’s most recognized charity events, and a respected youth-led advocacy project for equality. This public service initiative supports military-connected children with a life-limiting disability or illness.

The 2019-20 Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington named the Center as ‘One of the Best’ high impact nonprofits for its enrichment and mentoring programs in the Washington, DC region.

The House, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. For more information, please visit www.thehouse-inc.com.

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