We employ teenage mothers and young fathers to become peer educators to inform
pupils in schools about issues that have affected them personally.
Work for us
Are you interested in becoming a peer educator?
There are only a couple of requirements:
You must have been pregnant with your child under the age of 20 as a mother, or 21 as a father.
You must be able to work in schools.
Get in touch with us and we'll meet up with you for an informal chat with one of our team of teenage parents. They will guide you from there. If you are interested in applying yourself or know someone who may be interested, please email us at or call us on: 020 8546 4665
“I think when it’s young people to young people, you learn a lot more and you’re a lot more open because there isn’t such wide age gap. So I think peer to peer would be fantastic.”
Representative from Brook Young Persons Participation Group 201
Join our online community
If you are a teenage mother or a young father and you are not currently working with us, you can still engage with some of our activities.
Join our online community via Facebook or Twitter and you will be kept up do date with our activities and invited to attend our public events.
To get involved simply click below: