The Healthy Young People Empowerment (HYPE) Project and Eat Smart Move More South Carolina will host the 5th Annual Youth Summit: #beyondthehashtag on July 15 at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg.
The Healthy Young People Empowerment (HYPE) Project team in York County took part in a walking field trip through downtown Clover in June to evaluate the safety and accessibility of the sidewalks and crosswalks in their community.
Attention HYPE Team Members: You could win a VISA gift card!
Former NFL star and Camden native Vonnie Holliday addressed more than 80 HYPE Project youth and adult advisors last month at the 4th Annual Healthy Young People Empowerment (HYPE) Project Youth Summit in West Columbia.
Our youth have a collective voice in the community, and they can play a pivotal role in developing and implementing change at a local and state level.
Allendale and Dorchester County students win first HYPE Project contest.
Youth who are participating in the HYPE Project Teams this year have completed the first two phases of their project, which includes Think and Learn. Now, they are ready to Act!
Six Youth Teams across the state will begin to implement their HYPE projects.
Safe places to bike and walk in the Allen University area of downtown Columbia are questionable, but thanks to the work of the Allen University HYPE Team, change could be on its way.
Areas in Florence, Dorchester, Marion and Richland counties could see healthy change happen by groups of youth taking an interest in improving their environments and increasing access to healthy food options and physical activity.