Teaching Teens to Conquer the Corner Bodega is a project centered around educating high school students to make good nutritional, health, and social choices. Every neighborhood in Brooklyn has a number of bodegas that supply residents with everything from milk to diapers and motor oil with an endless list of sundries. Whether it is a 7AM egg and cheese on a roll, an after school bag of fiery hot chips, or a midnight emergency room visit complete with sour apple candy and grape soda, many teens in Brooklyn rely heavily on these small stores for their daily dietary needs. The bottom line is to teach teens about how to make good food choices within the confines of their socioeconomic and environmental situations, thereby creating a medical home which encourages health and nutrition. The program aims to promote exercise, monitor BMIs, communicate results with teen's pediatricians with parental consent, and screen for insurance making facilitated enrollment available to participants and their families.