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Peer Education Institute

In 2011, PPGNW created the Peer Education Institute (PEI) to support the replication of the Teen Council peer education program nationally.

Teen Council is an award-winning peer education program that inspires and trains teens to become effective and passionate sexuality educators and advocates. Research shows that peer educators make a lasting impact in their communities. When students see a peer presenting about social situations and pressures with confidence and knowledge, they listen.

The Peer Education Institute (PEI) prepares, supports, and certifies replication partners to deliver the Teen Council peer education program in their communities. PEI partners have access to a complete package of resources that ensure program success. With a how-to manual, one-on-one technical assistance, access to in-person and virtual trainings you will have all you need to create a successful and sustainable Peer Education program tailored to the needs of your community.

Find out more about Teen Council, PEI, and how to join by visiting the Peer Education Institute website.

Upcoming Training Opportunities with PEI:

PLAY, PRACTICE, PERFORM
Theatre Arts in Peer Education

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Applications are due April 1st, 2014.

You’re probably already using theatrical techniques in the activities you engage in when working with your youth group. If you’re interested in being more deliberate about using theatre to enhance learning and to bring education to life in the classroom, join us for this engaging and interactive experience.

Identify… ways to incorporate dramatic techniques into peer education.
Create… powerful scenes that can be used in the classroom or on stage.
Learn… diverse approaches to problem solving when applying theatrical work.
Discover… through movement, voice, writing, and hands-on experience.

When: April 7 – 11, 2014

Where: Rainbow Lodge Retreat Center in North Bend, WA. We are excited to offer you an all-inclusive, residential training experience at Rainbow Lodge, set among the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Together we will live and work together for five days creating a community of learners.

Cost: PEI Partners - $750 for single room; $700 sharing. Non-PEI partners - $900 for single room; $850 sharing. Lodging and meals are included in the price.

Planned Parenthood does have funds available for scholarships.  Scholarship rewards are based on need.  Please contact Sarah Sutherland for information.

**Join PEI before February 1st and send someone to Play, Practice, Perform for half price.**
Questions? Please contact Sarah Sutherland at sarah.sutherland@ppgnw.org or 206.328.7727.

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