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PATCH Teen Educators are high school students, who are passionate about improving adolescent health care experiences. Their main role is to deliver PATCH educational workshops, although they are often asked to be involved in other PATCH efforts. Teen Educators participate in an intensive, in-person training at the beginning of the program year ($100 stipend upon completion) and continue their learning through bi-monthly, group enrichment meetings. They are paid $12/hour for actively participating in meetings and other PATCH-approved activities throughout the year. Being a PATCH Teen Educator is a 9-month commitment. As a part of this experience, youth become expert presenters, powerful storytellers, and reliable resources for their peers.​

PATCH DANE COUNTY IS NOW HIRING TEEN EDUCATORS

Applications due by June 15th, to be considered for the 2020-2021 school year.

​PATCH stands for Providers and Teens Communicating for Health. We believe that for YOU (and other teens) to be your best self, you should be able to have open and honest conversations with a trusted health care provider. But for many, this often isn't the case. That's why PATCH exists! We want to make sure that ALL youth are able to get the health care they need and deserve.

 

In this program, we rely on YOU to be the expert and share what you know about being a teen, like: 

 - What are your/your peer's concerns about health care?

 - What are the things that make you like or dislike a health care provider?

 - How much do you or your friends know about your health care rights as a teen?

Apply online by clicking the button above. To see a preview of the information required for your application, click here.

All applications are due by Monday, June 15th at 11:59pm.

Teen Educators gain valuable leadership and advocacy experience, improved communication and presentation skills, access to interesting and up-to-date health information, and an opportunity to use their voice to create statewide change. Being a Teen Educator is paid job and also an impressive accomplishment to include on college applications and job resumes.

 

Check out the Job Description to learn more.

Please Note:

Applications are due by 11:59pm on June 15th. Any applications we receive after the deadline will be considered for the following program year (2021/2022). PATCH Staff will contact applicants to arrange interviews after the application deadline. 

Interviews will be conducted in-person, in downtown Madison, WI between July 13th - 17th.**

Teen Educators training will be held over two weekends and is required for all Teen Educators.**

August 13th, 15th, & 16th - Weekend One

August 20th, 22nd, & 23rd - Weekend Two   

**Dates of in-person event subject to change due to progression of COVID-19 pandemic. PATCH Staff will communicate with you throughout the application and hiring process with any updates.

PATCH Dane County celebrates diversity in every form including race, gender identity, ability status, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, religion, and all other identities. We encourage ALL interested teens to apply!

Contact PATCH Dane County Staff

Let us know if you have questions!

Our Site Coordinator, Erica, can be reached at

patch@wiawh.org or by calling 608.251.0139 ext 4.

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Wisconsin PATCH is a collaboration of several PATCH Sites. All of these sites are part of the PATCH Program. PATCH Dane County & PATCH Central WI are programs of WAWH. PATCH Coulee Region is supported in part by AMCHP, GMF, and EHC.

Have a general inquiry? Contact Wisconsin PATCH at patch@wiawh.org.

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