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    Georgia Teen Institute is pleased to announce that we are looking for some fantastic volunteers for our 2014 summer conference!

    Join us and become part of the GTI family!

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  • Who We Are.

    The Georgia Teen Institutes seek to reduce the frequency of underage alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, and other self-destructive behaviors by guiding students to realize their leadership potential, learn new skills, and to become empowered to create change in their schools and communities.
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    Mark your calendars for one of the following sessions:

    June 9-12 or June 17-20

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    GTI 2014 Request for Workshop Proposals In June 2014, GUIDE, Inc. is conducting its 26th annual Georgia Teen Institute (GTI) program for Youth
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  • H.O.O.K.E.D.

    One of our Youth Action Teams, HOOKED, has big things planned to celebrate Alcohol Awareness Month in April! They are hosting a 5K/Fun
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  • Sparks

    We encourage our Youth Action Teams to help their members find their spark! Identifying their spark could help increase productivity at meetings, help
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About Georgia Teen Institute

Welcome to the Georgia Teen Institute website!

groupThe Georgia Teen Institutes are leadership and substance abuse prevention programs for middle and high school youth across the state. Our programs include a summer conference for middle and high school youth action teams and a variety of youth leadership conferences and events.

Check out our new website for more information on these events and more!

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