Good Skin Knowledge Stories
Good Skin Knowledge provides free resources to educators to teach children ages 8-10 and 11-13 about acne, skin health, and sun protection.
Learn more about the impact of this youth education campaign by reading the stories below.
Michel Ntiri, SUNY Downstate Health Science University MD Candidate 2024, knows the true importance of Good Skin Knowledge.
Medical student Christine Li helped Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts learn about skin, hair, and nails through Good Skin Knowledge Program.
Erica Aukerman, BS, and the Indiana University School of Medicine’s Dermatology Student Interest Group collaborated with Girls’ STEM Institute to teach them about their skin.
Henry Lim and his fellow medical students taught skin health to over 70 children.
Medical student Casey Paul Schukow helps teach local summer camp kids how to appreciate their skin.
Good Skin Knowledge led medical student Chrislene Olukoga, BS, to fun and fulfillment.
Good Skin Knowledge helped medical students Erika Malana, BMSc, and Meena Reddy, BS, foster good skin habits for girl scouts.
Medical student Jessika Sanz, BS, combined her passion for skin care and teaching.
Meena Reddy, BS, led the Boy Scouts in her community to open up and talk about their skin.
Medical student Katie O’Connell enjoys the opportunity to teach Good Skin Knowledge virtually to AAD Camp Discovery participants and Hornets’ Nest troop members in North Carolina.
Medical students Jayci Givens and Joanne Jacob used Good Skin Knowledge to teach healthy skin habits to Girl Scout troops across Houston.
Medical student Charissa Obeng-Nyarko, MS, knows the importance of educating youth.
Learn why medical student Diana Quach, MS, enjoyed teaching the Good Skin Knowledge lesson plans to her local girl scout troop.
Medical student Priya Uppal uses Good Skin Knowledge to introduce STEM to young girls in her community.
How medical student Vanessa Ramos’s own experience with acne led to her using Good Skin Knowledge materials to teach local Girl Scouts about their skin.
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