John Greenwood (Davis-Besse) moderating a panel during Nuclear: What is Means in Ohio

From your NAYGN Core

The NAYGN Impact area leads provided updates to our President, Abbey Donnahue. Here’s some things you’ll see soon: NAYGN video content, the Children’s Book, new Post Card and Drawing Contest designs, ways to engage local public officials on nuclear issues, and Hub content.

NAYGN’s Social Media teams met last month to coordinate across the media and to find ways to better serve our membership. Have ideas? Questions? Contact us: socialmedia@naygn.org

The 2017 NAYGN-NEA conference materials are available on our website.

Having trouble with our website? Registration?  The Core is working to fix some outstanding issues with our website.  We need your help – where can we improve?

Nuclear Matters launched a new website, including words from NAYGN’s Abbey Donahue and a Webinar August 2nd (1-2pm EDT) about the digital and social media components of state-specific campaigns and coalitions.

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Hearing from our Chapters

John Greenwood may appear as an ordinary engineer at Davis-Besse, but when his site was threatened with pre-mature closure he started a ball that rolled into a region-wide campaign for nuclear.

ENERCON’s Parsippany NAYGN chapter brought their engineering hats to 3rd graders at the Morristown Neighborhood House, and did a particularly good job linking mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering concepts to nuclear power generation.

Last Words

Nuclear Matters launched a new website, including words from NAYGN’s Abbey Donahue and a Webinar August 2nd (1-2pm EDT) about the digital and social media components of state-specific campaigns and coalitions.

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