Butterfly Ambassador Projects
Butterfly Ambassadors empowers high school leaders to prevent child trafficking and promote healthy relationships through the arts.
Ambassador collaborate to create projects that use the arts to empower middle and high-school students with the tools they need to spot and stop trafficking. These projects also help students process the information at hand through kinaesthetic learning strategies. Check out some of our most recent projects below!
All PACT programs work to bring awareness, advocacy and teach all people regardless of gender, religion, sexual orientation or otherwise. Our work is based on extensive research and then leveraging those voices of the vulnerable in developing programs that provide relevant prevention solutions to all the members of our community.
Each month Butterfly Ambassadors work to create projects that focus on a lesson. July's lesson focused on trafficking risk factors such as children of color, children in the child welfare system, children who are on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum, and more. Ambassadors used art as a learning and processing tool to create projects such as printable silhouettes, interactive webinars, and more! Check out the projects below:
Ambassadors Mercy, Silas, and Sophia K created a fun comic and colorful book talking about the LGBTQIA+ risk factor. Plus, the book is paired with some great next-step resources!
Ambassadors Sophia R and Erin created an interactive webinar to empower their viewers to spot an stop trafficking. The webinar is on August 15th so you can still sign up below!
Ambassadors Josephine, Zainab, and Magda created a printable silhouette and informational thread to educate about the risk factor of immigration. Plus, they included some great resources to process the fact that you may be at risk!
Each month Butterfly Ambassadors work to create projects that focus on a lesson. June's lesson was around identifying unhealthy friendships. Ambassadors collaborated throughout the month to create projects that will help you identify toxic friendships, take the safe next steps, and process any stress from the past relationship. They used art as a learning and processing tool to create projects such as interactive quizzes, short scenes, and more! Check out the projects below:
Ambassadors Tyler and Erin created a quiz which guides you through 10 simple questions to see if your friendship is healthy. Plus, there are post-quiz resources below!
BOUNDARY FLOW CHART
Ambassadors Magda, Rebecca, and Cecile created an interactive flow chart that breaks down the scenario of what to do if your friend wants to meet up with someone they are talking to online. The printable chart helps you set boundaries and safe solutions.
Ambassadors Mercy and Silas created 5 short scenes that display healthy and unhealthy friendships. Each scene discusses the key takeaway and tests your knowledge with a quiz.
"toxic waste" short film
Ambassadors Lauren and Sophia created a 15 minute short film which follows the main character, Blair, as she deals with an unhealthy or 'toxic' friendship. Blair identifies the red flags and soon gains the courage to take the safe next steps to leave.
These printable and interactive books help students with a basic understanding of human trafficking or healthy relationships solidify their knowledge. Each book follows the story of a fictional character as they struggle with insecurities, identify red flags, and gain the courage to take the safe next steps for diffusing an unhealthy situation.
Sam's Story: A Story of Healthy Relationships
This book, aimed at middle school audiences, follows the story of a 7th grade girl named Sam. She feels alone when her Dad leaves for a work trip and has to navigate two unhealthy relationships; one with her step-mom and one with her school principal. This printable book contains interactive coloring pages, a red flag word search, and more! Print out the book below to get started!
Elijah's Story: A Story of Human Trafficking Prevention
This book, aimed at high school audiences, follows the story of an 11th grade boy named Elijah and his crush Kira. Elijah notices a change in behavior with his best-friend and crush Kira as the school year comes to a close. He grapples with what to do and how he can help keep Kira safe from being trafficked. This printable book contains fill in the blank word prompts, a cross-word, and more! Print out the book below to get started!