At a Glance
- Educate young workers about hazards and common workplace injuries.
- Educate youth about their workplace rights and legal protections under U.S. law.
- Train youth to become peer educators in the health and safety field.
- Empower youth with leadership abilities, communication skills, and problem-solving strategies.
- Address social justice issues related to teen and minority workers.
- Advocate for a statewide labor relations curriculum that includes a workplace health and safety component.
- Partner with high school educators, unions, worker advocacy centers, parents, and community-based organizations.