Teen LINKS Internship
PPMNJ’s teen peer health education internship program, Teen LINKS, provides high school students with the opportunity to grow into young leaders, educators, and activists within their own community. Paid Teen LINKS interns provide peer-to-peer sexuality education through workshops, social media, and more. For more information please email [email protected].
Our educators hold an Annual Teen LINKS Summer Training event for teens applying to the Teen LINKS Internship Program. PPMNJ partners with local partners to educate trainees on topics including birth control, healthy relationships, public speaking, social justice issues, and more.
Teen Life Conferences
PPMNJ holds bi-annual youth conferences that focus on youth empowerment and growth. PPMNJ partners with local community experts to deliver keynote speeches and workshops on various youth health and development topics including college readiness, social justice, contraceptives, healthy relationships, LGBTQ+ inclusivity.
Our teen peer health educators, Teen LINKS, will facilitate healthy, honest, and open conversations about sexuality with their peers, family, and community. The Teen LINKS provide sexuality education presentations and workshops for their communities.
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