This study will consist of an individual-level randomized controlled trial among 4800 youth from 40 communities spread over three regions of Tanzania: Dodoma, Dar es Salam and Iringa. Our community sampling frame will consist of clusters which have: at least 120 eligible young men and 120 eligible young women within a one-mile radius; community leaders who confirm interest in the program; and an existing venue suitable for hosting a training. We will randomly select 40 communities from the list of communities meeting these criteria. Within selected communities, we will conduct a listing to create an individual sampling frame of all eligible young men and women, defined as being: primarily aged 18-24, with possible inclusion of 16-17-year-olds and 25-26-year-olds if needed to attain the desired sample size; not in full time education or attending boarding school, and not in full time formal salaried employment. From this sampling frame, we will use a computer to draw a random sample of 60 adolescent girls and 60 adolescent boys per community, and to randomly allocate them to one of three treatment arms – receiving training on the first set of skills, receiving training on the second set of skills, receiving training on both sets of skills – or the control arm (no training).