Omaha Teen generation (OTG) is a group of 15 adolescent peer educators affiliated with OneWorld Community Health Centers and the Adolescent Health Project. Members of the group are graduates of OneWorld’s sexual health program and are chosen based on an application process. They are committed to helping others learn about sexual health and to making a difference in their community.

Members of OTG regularly participate in community activities such as local parades (St. Patrick’s Day and Cinco de Mayo), Heartland Pride and the Nebraska Aids Project’s Runway Wrap-Up. In addition, they play an active role in planning and carrying out community events. They provide constant feedback and ideas for projects that would affect youth in the community. Their projects include creating educational videos for teen and young adult audiences, contributing to the TYAHC blog, assisting with OneWorld’s sexual health classes and more.

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