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Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships, Inc.

County: Collier, Lee
Categories Youth
Social Services
Political Action/Social Justice

HTAP works to educate citizens and professionals about human trafficking to build awareness of the crime and to create community coalitions and task forces. It also works on prevention of the crime through art programs for middle and high school students who create art about human trafficking which is then exhibited and reproduced.

Job Description:

Students will assist at educational and community events by setting up and staffing displays, working with students at ARTREACH programs; creating student and community events for education and fundraising; procuring supplies and materials for the ARTREACH program; organizing and promoting additional volunteer work. We are open to students' ideas on how to help.

Times of Work: Weekdays daytime, Weekdays evenings, Weekends daytime
Primary Contact: Ms. Nola Theiss
7275 Concourse Drive
Suite 400
Fort Myers, FL 33908
Fax: (239) 395-2635
Phone: (239) 415-2635
Alt Phone: (239) 292-3834
Secondary Contact: Erika Kiah
Phone: (301) 310-2613
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N
Benefits Offered:

Students will receive a thorough understanding of human trafficking on a local, national and global level. Students will get to help youth create their art and make meaningful connections at area schools and after-school programs.

Additional Information:

We have been a beneficiary of the GEO Vagina Monologue programs for the last 2 years and have spoken to numerous classes and events at FGCU since 2004.  

Nola Theiss, founder of HTAP, is an alumna of FGCU.

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