Teen Council


What is Teen Council?
Teen Council is a year-long peer education program for teens age 15-18. Members receive at least 80 hours of training, learning leadership and presentation skills, and becoming experts in sexual and reproductive health.

Peer educators lead activities that teach students about:
· Consent · Abstinence · Contraception · STDs · Healthy relationships

Students are engaged in activities that encourage them to think about their own decision-making processes. Presentations last approximately 50 minutes, with an adult facilitator always present.


2016-2017 Indianapolis and Louisville Teen Council

Along with presentations, participants have opportunities to organize and volunteer at PPINK events. Teen Council is available to speak on any presentation topic listed above. Teen Council can present to schools, after-school groups, churches, youth centers and other community groups. If you have questions or would like to schedule a presentation for a class or community group, email us at teen.council@ppink.org.