The National Youth Internet Safety and Cyberbullying Task Force, Inc. promotes safe online practices for teens, families, and educators.
The task force is a national human services organization and non-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Service's 501(c)(3) tax exemption code.
The task force works in communities across the United States and has a large social media presence in the United States, Canada, Australia, France, and the United Kingdom.
Internet safety is a topic that affects teens and children of all ages, as well as parents, educators, and community members. Unsafe online practices can lead to a variety of issues including cyberbullying, bullying, harassment, stalking, child exploitation, and a variety of other very serious issues.
Often times, teenagers don't realize how important it is to stay safe while online and on social media. Because of this, teenagers can land themselves into very dangerous situations with people they don't even know.
Because internet safety is such a wide spread issue and because teens are online everyday, we feel that it's important to work hard to keep teenagers and children safe while they choose to be online.
Volunteer with us!
The task force is always looking for new volunteers to help us continue our mission. We always need help with task force management, bullying reporting, internet safety classes, education, school speaking, workshop volunteers, and event planners. If you'd like to volunteer, please contact us by using the button below!