NEW HAMPSHIRE TEEN INSTITUTE
Summer Leadership Program
Week-Long Retreat program for High School Students
Leaders In Prevention
Winter Weekend Workshop for 6th, 7th & 8th graders
Thriving in Middle School
Day-long workshop for up to 100 Middle Schoolers
Peer Leadership Trainings
Day-long trainings for up to 30 High Schoolers (Great for groups or clubs)
Skill-Building Mini Workshop
Hour-long, content-specific workshops for up to 30 students, great for Middle Schoolers or High Schoolers
The Change Project
Day of experiential learning for up to 250 High School students.
Staying Connected with Your Teen
A free 10-hour workshop for parents of teens to increase communication skills, improve family management and strengthen family bonds.
Workshops for Parents
Topic-specific workshops for parents of preteens and teens. Designed to be 120 minutes, but can be customized to fit your time frame.
Professional Development Trainings
Workshops for adults who work with youth
"We found the trainers to be both very approachable & very knowledgeable. They connected very well with the students - they brought a 2-day training to our peer leaders that was really relevant. I think that it was meaningful to them, and practically oriented as well."
Beverly Boyer, High Mowing School
"New Hampshire Teen Institute's programs have been well-received & we welcome their programs for our youth year after year. NHTI targets the factors that lead to underage drinking and drug use and seek to: improve communication, build positive relationships, enhance self-awareness, increase personal and social responsibility, help teens serve as role models for their peers, and prevent violence, alcohol, and other drug use and high-risk behavior."
Deb Naro, CADY, Plymouth
"By building relationships and rapport with kids, helping them to develop strong personal selves and leadership skills, and giving them up-to-date information about the effects of alcohol and drug use, TI is able to create an impression that can quite literally last a lifetime."
Courtney Vashaw Piper, Assistant Principal, Profile School