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Brazos County 4-H Tech Change Makers: Empowering Young Digital Marketers and Teaching Technology Skills

The Brazos County 4-H Tech Change Makers is a program that aims to improve social media skills and digital marketing knowledge among youth. This unique initiative empowers young people to teach digital skills and puts them in leadership positions within their community.

The Tech Change Makers, a group of teenagers, offer classes for adults (18 and older) who may not be as familiar with technology in relation to digital marketing, LinkedIn, resume building, or various social media platforms. They have conducted sessions at different locations in Bryan and College Station, covering topics such as creating secure passwords and resources for career development.

In addition to in-person classes, the Tech Change Makers also offer virtual training via YouTube. They are available to present on technology topics and events throughout the Brazos Valley, and can be requested for specific trainings.

If you’re interested in scheduling a training session with the Brazos County Agrilife Extension Service, you can call 979-823-0129. You can also find more information about the Tech Change Makers on their YouTube channel.

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