Those most vulnerable to human trafficking are in our schools and youth organizations

In the United States, the average age of entry into sexual slavery is 13, and about 80% of sex buyers do so for the first time before age 25.

NEST equips teachers and youth leaders with age-appropriate curriculum and resources to educate and empower youth – teaching them how to avoid being trafficked, how to stand up for victims of trafficking, and how to spread the word in their communities so that sexual exploitation and human trafficking become a thing of the past.

Organizations are developing curriculum to teach youth about human trafficking.

Red pins mark NEST approved curriculum providers.

Click on a red pin to be taken to the curriculum site.

And educators are using that curriculum to empower youth.

Green pins mark cities in which schools have used NEST approved curriculums.