Healthy Teens Coalition & Manatee Community Foundation Unite

The Giving Coast

SRQ DAILY MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY MAR 8, 2021

With funding received from the Manatee Community Foundation, 18 local young adults, ages 18-25, received extensive training and experience that allowed them to provide a year of education, mentoring, and support for youth throughout the community.  Healthy Teens Coalition Founder and Board Chair, Mary Ann Legler, explained, “Each of these Young Adult Leaders was previously certified as Teen Health Educators, who are high-school level, peer educators.  This program allowed them to develop higher-level skills and experience as team leaders and supervisors while also receiving extensive employment skills and career mentoring.” 

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