Tribal Family Partners Program Assistant

Bachelor’s degree or Associate from a recognized University or college. Under direction of the Program Supervisor, the TFP presents prevention education in schools, community, plans, organizes, conducts and evaluates community health education programs designed to motivate lifestyle changes and reduce unwanted teen pregnancies, promote male involvement in prevention education programs, promotes self-esteem amongst the youth and help youth increase self-efficacy skills. Must be able to work with the Indian community, and be sensitive to the Indian Culture and its needs.

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