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Teen Council

Through the Teen Council program teens are trained as Peer Educators to talk to their fellow students and friends about accurate reproductive and sexual health information.

We currently have Teen Councils in Salt Lake County, Summit County, and Utah County.

To become a member of Teen Council

Applicants must be:

  • Interested in providing accurate sexual health information to their peers
  • Entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade (during their participation year)
  • Able to attend an annual mandatory overnight retreat in late summer
  • Able to commit to weekly meetings and occasionally miss school for presentations (about once a month)
  • Responsible for budgeting their time and keeping up with their academic work 


Become a Peer Educator

We are now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year for Teen Council in Summit County, Salt Lake County, and Utah County.

What we do

What we do

Create peer to peer dialogue.
Educate as presenters on topics such as HIV/AIDS, STDs, healthy relationships, delaying sex, family communication, and more!
Act as resources by sharing sexual health information with friends, family, and peers.
Participate in weekly meetings and trainings to increase knowledge and skills.
Become part of the solution while connecting others to this important work.

Who we are

Teen Council is made up of a diverse volunteer student body from local schools. Members come to the group with different beliefs and viewpoints and no one is expected to already know about sexual health and prevention issues. We strive to create a Council that is strong and varied in its membership and work actively to build a group that is anti-racist, anti-sexist, and anti-homophobic.

Teen Council vision

Through the power of peer education, using accurate, values neutral sexuality education, Teen Council will end ignorance, promote tolerance, and improve communication between teens and the important people in their lives.