Peer Health Educators

Take Control Initiative Remote Peer Health Education program is a semester based program that supports Post Secondary aged young adults to serve as leaders, role models, and advocates of health and wellness within their varied communities. Peer Health Educators are a diverse group of young adults trained to virtually facilitate community, projects, and discussion on topics such as healthy relationships, boundaries, consent, contraceptive education and access, self-advocacy in health care settings, and other safer sex practices.


  • Semester-based stipends 
  • Experience working and collaborating in a nonprofit setting
  • Networking with both TCI and larger Tulsa nonprofit community
  • Opportunity to scale up as a Lead Peer Health Educator
  • Gain knowledge on topics related to health and wellness education as well as public health topics
  • Develop leadership, community organizing, communication, and presentation skills
  • Opportunity to gain experience in social change programming, planning, and implementation


What qualifications are needed?

Applicants should meet the following eligibility requirements to be considered for a position for the 2022-2023 academic year:

  • Must be enrolled in a postsecondary institution OR be under 35 years of age 
  • Minimum commitment of 2 semesters 
  • Minimum commitment of 3 hours per week 
  • Complete required training/orientation and weekly check-in meetings
  • Must be willing to foster partnerships with diverse campus partners and student organizations
  • Must be committed to delivering programming that is culturally sensitive and inclusive to all populations
  • Ability to function in a group both as a leader and as a supportive team member
  • Be able to work independently and with a team 

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