Wyman’s Teen Outreach Program (TOP) aims to reduce teens’ rates of pregnancy, course failure, and academic suspension by enhancing protective factors. TOP is delivered over 9 months (a full school year) to middle and high school students who voluntarily enroll in the program in school or in an after-school or community-based setting. The program combines supervised volunteer service activities and weekly 1- to 2-hour classroom sessions to empower teens through their help-giving role and to enhance their sense of autonomy while maintaining their sense of relatedness to others in the program. The volunteer service activities selected by the teens vary on the basis of the community needs and resources as well as the capacities and interests of participating students; examples include working as a hospital or nursing home aide, participating in walkathons, and tutoring peers. The teens are supervised and mentored by adult facilitators, and each teen participates in a minimum of 20 hours of community service during the school year.