The Set Me Free Project Takes Educator Requests for Spring Semester
The Set Me Free Project (setmefreeproject.net) has made it easy for schools, businesses, and other groups in the community to learn about human trafficking by allowing them to schedule a presentation with one of their educators. Right now, the organization is taking requests for presentations during the spring semester. Anyone who is interested can simply fill out an online form and a member of their team will be in contact with you to schedule a presentation.
The staff at The Set Me Free Project is dedicated to ongoing research of the human trafficking and social media industries. This allows them to update their curricula as often as needed to provide students, parents, and community members with the most relevant and helpful information. Their presentations are highly interactive, and their educators encourage questions and participation to create the best learning atmosphere to aid in retention of knowledge.
To learn more about The Set Me Free Project’s curriculum or to request an educator to come speak to your group, go online to setmefreeproject.net. Also, don’t forget to mark your calendars for The Set Me Free Project’s biggest fundraiser of the year, Comedy for Change on March 26, 2020. Tickets can already be purchased and there are various sponsorship opportunities available. To learn more, contact Stephanie Olson at (402) 521-3080 / firstname.lastname@example.org.