The Farmworkers’ Project has a long history of working with farmworker promotores, or lay health educators, since we follow a popular education model and believe in empowering farmworkers themselves as teachers in their own communities. In 2016, we started a two-year pilot program to train lay health educators in farmworker camps in our areas. Ten farmworkers participated in trainings about health education topics, and presented what they learned in their own camps with their co-workers and in neighboring farmworker camps. In 2017, we will train 15-20 farmworkers throughout the summer on health education topics and leadership, and give them opportunities to practice sharing what they’ve learned with other farmworkers. Promotores are also trained to facilitate discussion around topics important to farmworkers at their camps.