Community Health Educators (CHE)


Our Mission:

Community Health Educators (CHE) is a peer-led health education group whose goal is to empower New Haven public school students to make decisions about their bodies and their futures. CHE seeks to break down the barriers of traditional health education through a comprehensive curriculum that is rooted in open conversation and empathy.

Our Activities:

CHE Peer Health Workshops Direct Service CHE provides peer-health education workshops for New Haven Public middle and high school students. These workshops consist of conversations including mental health, nutrition, substance use, relationships, STIs, contraception, sexuality and more. We work with the schools to tailor our workshops to their needs. On-Campus CHE Workshops Direct Service On Yale's campus, we will be hosting conversations and workshops with Yale students to empower them to learn more about their bodies and engage with others interested in health/sex education. Workshops in NHPS Middle Schools (STEM Sea and Sky School, Conte West) Direct Service Providing five workshops series to middle school students on nutrition, mental health, relationships, emotions, puberty, anatomy, and more. CHE Health Fair Direct Service Hosted a health fair on Cross Campus for Yale students and community members to learn more about resources and have open conversation.

Student Leaders:

Emme Magliato - Co-Coordinator/Co-President Tejita Agarwal - Co-Coordinator/Co-President Matthew Fan - Co-Coordinator/Co-President Cage Cochran - Co-Coordinator/Co-President Aster Aguilar - Co-Coordinator/Co-President Amrita Vetticaden - Co-Coordinator...

About the Author