Peer Education Groups
After participating in our introductory Teen Health Council , young people are given the opportunity to join our advanced peer education groups that are led by and a Project Facilitator and Senior Assistant (youth staff). In these groups, young people use creative methods to express information about sexual health and community/personal empowerment.
ADVANCED PEER EDUCATION GROUPS
The activism group goes by different names, but is devoted to youth leadership development and community organizing around reproductive justice issues.
PRY's Theatre performance group relies on the skills and energy of the young people to make exciting, accessible and thoughtful pieces of theatre to communicate about healthy decision-making practices, consent and more.
MOB (Media, Outreach, Branding)
MOB inspires young teenagers to expand their sexual knowledge as well as their peers’. They do this by using social media, sexual health memes, videos, blogs, photography and designing new technology that gives access to contraceptives and clinic locations. Through online messaging, their goal is to help educate teens and young adults about safe sex, HIV, and STD/STI prevention.
Peer educators in this group work are trained to facilitate fun and interactive sexual health education workshops for teens. They also table at community events and participate in various community meetings as youth representatives.