Planned Parenthood Honors Teen View Alumni
Peer Education Program Credited for Career Success
SCHENECTADY, NY (09/12/2012)(readMedia)-- Cyber security professional Randy Rose said that the presentation and improvisational skills he learned in Teen View contributed to his successful career and military service. Rose credits his experience as a Teen View advisor as excellent preparation for his role in the military as a trainer and supervisor.
A former active duty airman and current member of the New York Air Guard, Rose is a 2002 graduate of Schuylerville Central School. He resides in Halfmoon with his wife and daughter. A fellow Teen View alumnus served as the best man at his wedding.
Teen View alumna Theresa Taylor credits her experience as a peer educator with influencing her career choice and pursuit of master's degrees in criminal justice and social work.
"I joined to be part of a group. In reality Teen View becomes a part of who you are and how you see yourself and the world." A 2002 graduate of South Glens Falls High School, Taylor said that she "made life long friends in Teen View," and married a Teen View alumnus.
Teen View, Planned Parenthood Mohawk Hudson's peer education program, which serves youth in Saratoga, Warren, and Washington counties.
Honoring Teen View alumni and celebrating the program's 20th anniversary.
|WHEN:||Saturday September 15, 2012 at 06:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)|
Saratoga Springs, New York