Are you a dynamic public speaker? Are you outside of Pierce County but still want to be involved? Washington Trafficking Prevention is looking for charismatic individuals to join our new Peer Educator Program as advocates through education!
Volunteer Peer Educators will work on an as-needed basis as their personal schedules allow to make short presentation to the commmunity on behalf of Washington Trafficking Prevention. Peer Educators will resond to speaking requests, deliver presentations and report back on audience feedbaack and training referrals.
To stay current with programs and services, we ask (but don't require) volunteer public speakers to make at least two presentations each year. We also ask (but don't require) that speakers commit to work with our organization for at least one year. Presentations usually take place in the afternoons or evenings, and ability to drive is required.
WTP will provide all required materials about the organization in a shared Google Drive, and will train the cohort on human trafficking including an orientation to our programs, organization and mission.