Attention Youth! Join the 2nd Year of Outright’s Peer Education Program!
Attention queer youth! Our peer education program is now accepting new folks! Apply today! Be a part of the education work Outright is doing, meet new rad folks, and have your voice heard throughout the state! Now accepting applications through October 31.
The goal of Outright Vermont’s Peer Education Program is to equip a group of queer-identified high school students with skills and subsequent opportunities to act as advocates, educators, and mentors to Middle School-aged youth. Now in it’s second year, Peer Educators will spend the Fall of 2014 building their tools through training and curriculum development and implement their work in the Spring of 2015.
What does a Peer Educator do? Peer Educators plan and participate in queer education and outreach in middle school classrooms, participate in leadership and facilitation training, act as a non-judgmental, open-minded, educated resource for youth of all identities, and apply their knowledge and skills outside the classroom setting using innovative techniques they create!
Click the picture for more details or email Dana@outrightvt.org!