Students Talking About Relationships (STAR) is our signature teen leadership and violence prevention program that engages high school-age youth in conversations about healthy relationships, communication, and conflict resolution. During the school year, STAR uses a 10-session curriculum to cover topics like healthy relationships and abuse, emotional regulation, conflict resolution, and supporting survivors of violence. The STAR curriculum is rooted in social justice, and builds awareness of issues that contribute to violence in our communities. Our Teen Advocate partners with schools and community groups across Philadelphia, working with hundreds of youth every year.
In the summer, we engage 25 teens (aged14 to 18) in an intensive leadership development program. Participants take a deeper dive into understanding violence, violence prevention, and social justice issues, as well as honing and developing their leadership skills. Participants are paid for this opportunity.
If you are looking to learn about Teen Dating Violence – what it is, how to support a friend, and how to help end violence – this is the job for you. For 6 weeks in the summer we hire 25 teens to learn together, and then create a community project to take that learning out into the world. Find out more information about the 2022 program and apply at www.workready.org and use code wrs29 to apply.
To bring STAR to your school, group, or community center contact us today!
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