Teen Advocates for Sexual Health (TASH) empowers Alabama's high school students with the training and skills to become Peer Health Educators in their community. The TASH program develops skilled peer health educators as youth leaders and role models, providing health education and pregnancy prevention strategies for teens in Alabama.
Each year, up to 15 teens are chosen through an application process. TASH members are passionate advocates who learn to educate their peers on topics concerning teen sexuality, healthy relationships, and decision-making.
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Participants must be:
- 15-18 years of age
- Enrolled in high school
- Available for meetings twice a month, occasionally on weekends
- Passionate about learning and social justice
Benefits of Participation include:
- Volunteer experience
- Valuable leadership training
- Networking with peers from various backgrounds
- Community service hours for some events
- The knowledge and skills to make proud and responsible decisions