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Health Educator, CAMBA Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP)

CAMBA's Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP) program provides education using evidence-based, age appropriate curricula for youth ages 11 to 21.  CAPP also provides educational workshop presentations for parents, teachers and other adults in the Brownsville/Ocean Hill and East New York communities in Zip Codes 11207, 11208, 11212 and 11233.  CAPP assists with arranging visits to medical family planning providers and provides youth development/life skills activities and a summer Peer Leadership program.  The New York State Department of Health: Bureau of Maternal and Child Health (DOHMCH) fund the CAPP program.



  • Completes orientation and training on delivery of evidence-based curricula
  • Facilitates six or eight session evidence-based curricula to middle/high school youth
  • Provides assistance and/or referrals for youth to obtain comprehensive family planning services and health services
  • Provides any other essential support services as identified
  • Facilitates Pre and Post surveys with youth
  • Facilitates workshops/groups to parents, school staff and youth after school
  • Conducts community outreach and education
  • Facilitates a seven-week Summer Peer Leadership program
  • Provides follow up, referrals for other CAMBA and community services needed
  • Prepares reports on participants' attendance and progress as required
  • Maintains case files and all necessary documentation in a neat, clear and concise manner.
  • Attends staff team meetings and participate in case conferences.
  • Prepares weekly and monthly reports about services provided and submit them on a timely basis.
  • Any and all other tasks necessary for the successful operation of the program.



  • Bachelor's Degree in health education or health related field and two years of applicable experience and/or equivalent experience
  • Experience working with youth in diverse ethnic and cultural communities
  • Ability to facilitate discussion/teach class to youth in various settings
  • Ability to discuss topics on reproductive health, anatomy, contraceptive methods, STDs and HIV/AIDS
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and/or weekends
  • Outstanding organizational, critical thinking and writing skills
  • Must obtain Department of Education fingerprint clearance
  • Proven ability to serve as a dynamic team leader
  • Enthusiasm; creativity; initiative; and the ability adapt quickly to change
  • Knowledge of Word Processing Software, Spreadsheet software, Internet Software and Database Software


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