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How Students Can Get Involved

You are the future of the fight against child sexual exploitation and human trafficking

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Students Against Trafficking (S.A.T.)

Each school year, S.A.T. clubs at high schools and universities support the mission of OUR Rescue by raising awareness about online exploitation and human trafficking. This important work is done through monthly meetings, awareness events, and at least one fundraising event.

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Gain valuable experience

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How to get a club started

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Step 1:

Check if your school already has an Anti-Trafficking Club

It is possible someone has already started an anti-trafficking club at your school. Find out by asking your academic advisor or the school office.

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Step 2:

Talk to your school about how to start a club

Every school has a different procedure for starting a club, so you will need to work directly with your school about the process. Your school will provide guidelines regarding how clubs function and how often they should meet.

Step 3:

Fill out our application

Once you have received approval with your school, apply here to start a club. You must complete the application and get approval before starting your club. Your school may have requirements in addition to the information OUR Rescue needs, so make sure you follow all of them.

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Students Against Trafficking is supported by OUR Rescue and under our direct oversight.