Would you like to get involved? Consider joining out TIPS Program
Teen Information and Peer Services (“TIPSters”)
As a teen peer educator in our TIPS Program, you can provide accurate information about reproductive health issues in your school and community. Our TIPS Program is a peer education project that trains teen educators to offer health and sexuality information and referrals to other teenagers of Rockland County. To become a TIPS peer educator, you participate in 30-hours of training to learn how to present educational programs on human sexuality, abstinence, sexual transmitted infections, birth control, HIV, and decision making. You’ll also participate in other health-related programs and leadership trainings. All of our peer educators are recruited from local high schools.
We are currently recruiting TIPSters for our 2018-2019 year. The application for the program is available here.
If you are interested in getting involved, please contact our Education & Training Department at (914) 220-1038.