Peer Educator training is offered to teens aged 15-19 years old in middle school or high school. The vision of the program is to provide an environment where teens become positive influences and leaders in the ongoing efforts to prevent unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections among youth and young adults by providing community service through education on school campuses and within their community.
Our Peer Educators are young adults just like you, who live all over Orange and San Bernardino counties. They gain leadership skills while learning about sexual health, and work in their schools and community helping to reduce teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections. They also talk to friends and classmates about other stuff, like health, dating violence, local health centers and free hotlines. They talk and listen in new and better ways to help those around them.