Interested in becoming a member or getting involved? Explore our Become a Youth Promotor section below.
Specific duties include but may not be limited to:
– Attend MANDATORY experiential learning activities, as listed below, and others highly recommended throughout the year to further leadership development, learning, and practice:
– APRIL 8, 2022: Noche de Padres y Amigos (Orientation night for new Youth Promotores and their parents/guardians)
– JUNE-JULY 2022: Introduction to Community Health Work Course and Certification
– JULY 29-31, 2022: Weekend Retreat at Alliance Redwoods
– AUGUST 2022: Youth Mental Health First Aid Course and Certification
– SEPTEMBER 2022: Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
– MARCH 2023: Sonoma State Latino Family Educational Summit
– MAY 2023: Mental Health Awareness Month and Annual Stomp the Stigma Event
– Attend Youth Promotor Monthly Meetings once a month between May 2022 to May 2023 (every third Friday of the month from 4 pm- 7 pm).
– Participate and/or present in mental/community health workshops/forums/symposiums; social media campaign and art project development; and a menu of other projects and their implementation; conduct surveys/platicas; research; and other outreach activities.
– Participate in program evaluation by completing surveys, interviews, and documenting activities.
– Disseminate applications to potential Youth Promotores for Youth Promotor Internship Program, and help coordinate recruitment presentations with appropriate administrators and teachers.