Would you like to get involved? Consider joining out TIPS program.
Teen Information and Peer Services (“TIPSters”)
Teen Information and Peer Services (TIPS) is an after-school program held in Rockland County, NY which trains high school students to become peer educators! Training consists of 20 hours worth of medically accurate, age-appropriate education on topics such as reproductive health, abstinence, birth control, sexually transmitted infection, healthy relationships, and so much more!
After training is completed, TIPSters will be able to co-facilitate education programs in high schools to educate their peers as well as meet on a bi-weekly basis to discuss topics and social issues effecting their communities. TIPSters will also have the unique opportunity to participate in outreach events, meet with elected officials, and earn community service hours!
We are currently recruiting TIPSters for our 2019-2020 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.