Monday, August 19, 2013

Accepting Applications: Project PAVE's Youth Community Educators Program (YCEP)


Many organizations have seen the Metro Denver-based YCEPers in action and know how great an opportunity this program is for youth to gain workforce training, develop presentation skills, and share healthy relationship education with the community.

For those who may have never heard of this program, YCEPers are trained to present PAVE’s Path to Healthy Relationships curriculum. Once trained, they will team up to present to a variety of groups in the community such as youth groups, parent groups, faith-based organizations, at conferences, etc. Presentations are typically after school, early evenings, and some weekends.


For the first time, Project PAVE is proud to announce that ANY high school-aged young person in Metro Denver is eligible to apply, regardless of their previous involvement with PAVE or its programs. By expanding the pool of applicants, PAVE's hope is to better respond to community requests for presentations by having youth able to present closer to their home area.

If you know of a young person who is looking to lead, is comfortable in front of people, and wants to be part of a movement to end relationship violence, please encourage them to apply. All the information they need to apply is included in the position description and also available on our website www.projectpave.org. The application can be downloaded by clicking on the arrow in the upper-left corner.

By the way, these are paid positions. Share this information with your networks to help identify the right teens for this valuable community work.

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