Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT)

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SWAT is an organization with an active, involved membership for middle and high school students that gives youth a voice to stand up to Big Tobacco. SWAT empowers youth to educate their peers about the manipulative tactics of Big Tobacco, so that together you can make a change for the next generation. By joining SWAT, you can earn service hours, make a difference in the lives of others, gain leadership skills, and much more!



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