Peer Health Education
Teen R.A.P believes it’s important to reach out to our target population and empower them with education to teach their fellow peers. The Curtis High School Teen Health Educators were formed in 2010 to do just that. As health educators, they work to increase knowledge and change unhealthy behavior within Curtis High School. Past projects have included social media campaigns highlighting healthy relationships, innovative HIV testing campaigns, and creating a think tank for adolescent reproductive & sexual health. The Teen Health Educators are selected based on an application process and then trained by CAPP staff for a period of three months in the fall. Some health educators are eligible to receive a stipend. If you are a student at Curtis High School, and would like to learn more information about the Teen Health Educator’s club, please contact Teen R.A.P. today!