SNAP – supporting newcomer access project

The Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP): Peer-Based Sexual Health Education for Newcomer Youth

 

what is snap?

Are you a newcomer living in Toronto between the age of 18 and 29 years, who’s passionate about sexual health education? Then, consider volunteering as a SNAP peer educator. Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP) is a peer sexual health education and leadership project for newcomer youth in Toronto. Volunteering with SNAP will allow you to engage youth from diverse newcomer communities in Toronto to address a lack of relevant, accessible sexual health education. You’ll receive comprehensive sexual health training so you can then develop and deliver peer-led workshops, activities and new media/communication technology resources.

Join us to provide information and education about:

  • healthy relationships
  • safer sex
  • consent
  • cultural balance
  • dealing with family/community/religion
  • and more as determined by you


how do I get involved?

Our next training cycle is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2018. Follow us on twitter and facebook to be the first to know about all ppt volunteer opportunities.

For more information contact: Rhobyn James, rjames@ppt.on.ca, 647.461.4454