Community Health Promoter Application

Diverse & Resilient’s 414ALL Community Health Promoters (CHPs) help reduce teen STI and pregnancy rates by making condoms more available, accessible, and acceptable through their own social networks.  CHPs generally meet twice per month and are given a stipend to support their involvement.  CHPs decide how much time they want to spend distributing condoms and are encouraged to do so in their existing social circles.  CHPs also work to develop their own leadership skills along the way.

Click here for more information about the 414ALL Community Health Promoter position.

  • Basic Information

  • Education

  • References

  • Please provide the name, phone number, & email address of an individual who could act as a school / work / volunteer reference.
  • Please provide the name, phone number, & email address of an individual who could act as a personal reference. This individual should be someone who has known you for two or more years.
  • Involvement, Experience, & Goals

  • Identify any projects or programs you have been involved with through your school or community that would show you can follow through with long-term commitments. You might include volunteer activities, church groups, sports teams, or school clubs that lasted at least one school year.
  • What experiences, skills, and / or attitudes do you have that would make you a great peer educator who is interested in making a difference in your community by talking to others about difficult subjects like sex and condoms?
  • What are some goals that you want to accomplish in the coming year, and how would involvement with Diverse & Resilient's 414ALL Community Health Promoter program help you to reach those goals? (Example: applying to a college or for an internship)
  • Is there anything else you'd like us to know?