What does it mean to become a Youth Educator?
Youth Educators will be trained to present on the topics of dating violence and healthy relationships. They will team up to present to a variety of communities such as students, parent groups, faith-based organizations, at conferences, etc. Educators also have the opportunity to work on school-based projects/campaigns around the topic of healthy relationships and teen dating violence. Youth Educators are integrated into the Project PAVE team and central to our mission. To help promote a youth-led approach to this program, there are two tiers of involvement; paid leaders and volunteers. These tiers are meant not as a way to impose a hierarchy but to encourage that youth make this program their own. As well as, develop professional skills and join the tier that fits them best.
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