WHAT IS SHAPE?
SHAPE stands for Sexual Health Awareness & Peer Education. The group was founded in 2002 as a youth-directed peer education program focused on educating youth about all types of contraception, STIs, and general sexual health information.
WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY?
SHAPE is a unique program because it is youth-led. This means that your talents and interests will influence and guide the program. Some outreach activities, such as Reproductive Freedom Lobby Day and National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy will occur each year; however, the direction of SHAPE and its impact on the community will change depending on the members. Being a member of SHAPE will allow you to become an expert on sexual health issues, provide you with leadership skills, and provide an outlet to make a positive change for youth in Boulder County.
WHAT DOES SHAPE DO?
Some of the activities SHAPE is involved in include:
- Reproductive Freedom Lobby Day
- Youth Action Day
- Condom Zaps
- Classroom Presentations
- National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
- State Conferences
- Boulder Creek Fest and more!
Passion for reproductive/sexual health and desire to positively impact your community
You must be high-school age, pre-GED.
1. Bi-monthly meetings every other Wednesday from 5-7pm in Boulder.
2. Two-night retreat in Fall and a day-long retreat in Winter.
Your choice of outreach activities during school hours, on weekends, and in the evenings.
FIND OUT MORE!
Sound fun and exciting to you? Find out more by contacting Casey, our Youth Services Coordinator at Women’s Health, at email@example.com.
SHAPE would be thrilled to have you! Click here to fill out an application. Casey will get in contact with you regarding recruitment deadlines. Remember that you will need a parent/guardian signature. We can’t wait to hear from you!