It is not an overstatement to say that a lot of teens and young adults are constantly plugged into social media and addicted to their devices.
Back in November, It Happens at STN brought you an important discussion about the dangers of too much screen time for teens. So what can be done to break that cycle and create more healthy behavior?
The Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) has an answer, and it sounds like a simple one: get outside. But, while stats show being outside can greatly improve mental and physical health, it isn’t always as easy as just opening the door.
During the February episode of It Happens at STN, GSACPC Co-CEOs Christina Spicer and Mary Mitchell join Girl Scouts Gina Ferroni and Aarohi Ghorpade, and In the Room hosts Stephanie Parra and Lloyd Hopkins for a round-table about the importance of spending time outdoors and how a large grant is helping more girls get outside.
This Month's Panel
A grant for the near and distant future
In the fall of 2022, The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation granted the Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council $2.25 million to ensure the fact that the organization could grow outdoor programming to scale