Perhaps one of the most unique elements of Promly is our crew of Gen Z interns. At every level of Promly development and in almost every decision, Gen Z interns provide relevant opinion and insight into the minds of our target population, Gen Z. We are Gen Z and therefore we understand the unique situations and circumstances of our generation and what it means to be a teenager in our current society. We understand the highs, the lows, and the increasingly growing presence on social media. Therefore, we need an app like Promly that provides free access to mental health resources for the most empathetic, yet depressed generation.
In this podcast episode, Promly founder Jen Libby interviews some of the members of this renowned Gen Z intern Crew to give our listeners an exclusive look into the minds and lives of the people who make Promly a reality. Joining her today are Julia Szynal, Sasha Cole, Julia Vallario, Jane Biedermann, Christina Giambattista, Zach Seiger and Maddie Morton.
Have a listen and see how Gen Z thinks about social media, mental health and other unique challenges that our generation faces on a daily basis.
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Published by Julia Szynal (she/her/hers)
Julia is a Sophomore at Boston College, majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Development with a concentration in Special Education and two minors: Restorative and Transformational Justice and Cybersecurity. She is from Summit, NJ, and in her free time, loves to watch movies, go to SoulCycle, and play lacrosse.