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The students participating in Teen PEP sexual health outreach workshops are required to obtain parental consent prior to attending the workshops.
The faculty who team-teach the Teen PEP course receive special training in the sexual health and coordination of activity-based learning.
Program overview The New Jersey Teen Prevention Education Program (Teen PEP) is a statewide sexual health promotion and peer education initiative that enables high school students to make healthy decisions.
Teen PEP is collaboration among the New Jersey Department of Health, the Princeton Center for Leadership Training and Hi TOPS, Inc.
At least one advisor must have prior training in the area of teen sexual health.
Should the Teen PEP course be offered as an alternate health course, one advisor must be a New Jersey certified health teacher.
Stakeholders work directly with the Teen PEP Faculty Advisor Team (Teen PEP teachers) to enhance an effective prevention education program for students.
Faculty Advisor Team In each program school a Faculty Advisor Team of two or three teachers or other qualified school personnel manages the day-to-day operation of the Teen PEP sexual health class.
Students are enthusiastic, responsible leaders who are representative of the student body of the school.A minimum of two faculty at each Teen PEP school attend two three-day residential training sessions in their first year and two one-day advanced training workshop annually.Faculty advisor training is key to equip advisors with the skills needed to manage a successful Teen PEP program.Teen PEP is based on the peer-to-peer education model developed by the Princeton Center and the nationally recognized sexual health curriculum developed by Hi TOPS, Inc.The collaborating partners work with interested high schools across New Jersey to institute the Teen PEP sexual health course that is consistent with the core curriculum content standards developed by the New Jersey Department of Education.