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College Friends


We are thrilled to be visiting Middle and High Schools to raise awareness about sex trafficking through engaging and informative assemblies. Our approach combines educational content with entertaining elements to ensure that students can effectively absorb and recall vital safety information. The assembly features facts and statistics about sex trafficking, tips for safety online, survivor stories, videos, awareness-themed giveaways, and an interactive skit.

“The best school assembly I've ever seen!”

School Police Officer, Palm Bay High School


We strongly advise that your school counselors and school resource officers be present during the assembly. In past events, some students have disclosed for the first time that they are victims or survivors of trafficking, while others have recognized that they are currently being targeted or exploited online. We respect your school's policies and procedures for reporting sexual abuse and encourage you to be prepared for students who may seek assistance. Keep in mind that traffickers could potentially be family members with whom the students reside. If you find it helpful, we are more than willing to meet with your Principal, School Counselors, and Officers in advance to ensure a smooth and successful event.


  • What is Trafficking?

  • How to stay safe online

  • Red Flags of Targeting

  • Defining Safe Relationships

  • How to Identify Victims & Report It

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Sex trafficking is a global problem that affects millions of people every year, and students are no exception. It is vital for young people to be educated about the dangers of sex trafficking and learn how to stay safe. Here, you'll explore why sex trafficking education is essential for students, and how it can help prevent victimization and empower them with the knowledge to make informed decisions.

  1. Raising Awareness: One of the key reasons for sex trafficking education in schools is to raise awareness about this heinous crime. When students are educated about the issue, they're more likely to recognize the signs of potential trafficking situations and take necessary precautions. This increased awareness can lead to the identification and rescue of victims and the prevention of further exploitation.

  2. Identifying Red Flags: Sex trafficking education provides students with the knowledge to identify red flags in relationships and situations. By understanding the common tactics traffickers use, such as grooming, coercion, and manipulation, students can recognize when they or their peers are at risk. This knowledge empowers them to seek help, report suspicious activity, and protect themselves and their friends from exploitation.

  3. Building Resilience and Self-Esteem: Educating students about sex trafficking helps build resilience and self-esteem. By understanding their own worth and rights, students are less likely to fall prey to traffickers who exploit vulnerabilities. Education also teaches them to establish personal boundaries, making it easier for them to say "no" to uncomfortable or dangerous situations.

  4. Encouraging Peer Support: When students are educated about sex trafficking, they can become invaluable sources of support for their peers. This sense of community can be crucial in preventing victimization, as friends can help each other stay safe, recognize potential threats, and share information on how to seek help.

  5. Promoting Safe Internet Use: In today's digital age, traffickers are increasingly using social media and other online platforms to lure victims. Educating students about online safety and privacy can help them avoid sharing personal information with strangers, recognize online grooming tactics, and report suspicious activity. This knowledge is critical in preventing exploitation in the virtual world.

  6. Creating a Culture of Prevention: When schools prioritize sex trafficking education, they foster a culture of prevention. This proactive approach sends a message to students, faculty, and the community that the issue is taken seriously and that everyone has a role to play in preventing exploitation. This mindset is essential in creating a safer environment for students and reducing the risk of victimization.


Sex trafficking education is a crucial tool in protecting students from exploitation and empowering them to make informed decisions about their safety. By raising awareness, identifying red flags, building resilience, promoting peer support, and encouraging safe internet use, we can create a culture of prevention and reduce the risk of sex trafficking in our communities. It's time to prioritize this education and invest in the safety and well-being of our students.


  • One 45-60 Minute School Assembly (2 Speakers)

  • Giveaways

  • 30 minute Meet and Greet

  • Survivor of Sex Trafficking Involvement


  • Everything in the "School Takeover" Package

  • 45 minute Training with Staff

  • 60 minute Presentation "Keeping kids safe from Sex Trafficking & Exploitation" for parents, staff and community. (2 Speakers)

    • 30 minute O&A

    • 30 minute Meet and Greet


We love collaborating with nonprofits and businesses committed to serving victims of exploitation and spreading awareness in order to prevent sex trafficking.

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