We are happy to announce that nonprofits and other youth serving organizations can now apply to be a certified licensee of the PROTECT program.
Educational institutions and nonprofits (with a 501c3 tax-id) may become PROTECT licensees and their employees are eligible for facilitator certification.
We recommend that licensees select facilitators who have prior experience working with youth in a professional capacity. Facilitators should understand trauma, exploitation and human trafficking, mental health, domestic violence, and sexual assault. In addition, prior experience with group or classroom management and facilitation is helpful. Those individuals who currently teach as a part of their work will be most effective in the implementation of PROTECT.
You can download and send the attached letter to your school administration or district leadership to advocate for the implementation of PROTECT training and curriculum. It includes our contact information, so the person you are reaching out to will know how to reach us.
Your support means that we can continue educating children and communities on how to prevent human trafficking. 100% of your contribution goes to program operation and implementation. Will you consider giving?