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Become a Youth Peer Educator

We are thrilled to announce a new education program, IN·clued, for LGBTQ+ youth and health care professionals serving LGBTQ+ youth! We're looking for teen volunteers to work alongside our Health Educators in the community as volunteer Peer Educators.

Qualifications for the role: 

  • A strong ally for or identity within the LGBTQ+ community
  • A passion for accessible sexual and reproductive health care and education
  • A love for public speaking, teaching, performing, and/or acting
  • Youth and individuals ages 14-21 years old
  • A reliable mode of transportation to different sites for program training and delivery


  • All volunteers must complete 25-30 hours of virtual and in-person learning and rehearsing before participating in programming
  • We are asking for a 1-year commitment of 4-16 hours per month, mostly after school hours and weekends

What you will get:

  • A foundation of knowledge as all training is provided by Planned Parenthood
  • All trained Peer Educators are eligible to receive volunteer hours for school credit
  • Other supportive resources for programming

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