Microsoft launches 2021 Council for Digital Good

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Starting this week, Microsoft is inviting applications for its newest Council for Digital Good, an 18-month engagement program for U.S. teens focused on understanding, recognizing and reducing digital risks and promoting safer, healthier and more respectful online interactions.

The council experience offers teens and Microsoft a way to discuss online safety topics of interest and concern, while providing council members with a platform to share their views on 21st-century issues affecting them. The program is designed so that both the youth and the company hear, understand and learn from each other, as we all seek to create a safer, kinder and more empathetic digital world. To read more about the program and apply, visit Microsoft on the Issues.

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