The PASH young people’s peer education project is made up of young volunteers (aged 16-20 years) who deliver sexual health information and education to young people in Sheffield schools, colleges and other youth/community settings. Once trained, volunteers get involved in the following activities:
Helping to run sexual health information stalls within school/college and other community settings
Helping to run chlamydia and gonorrhoea screening stalls within a variety of young people’s venues
Delivering sexual health promotion sessions within young people’s venues
Interested in PASH Volunteering?
Potential volunteers need to:
Be aged between 16 and 20 years
Complete an application form and attend an interview
If selected for the project, all volunteers are required to have satisfactory clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service and from the Occupational Health Service
Attend initial training sessions
Once trained, have some daytime availability (Monday to Friday) and be available for volunteering for one year
Please note, we do not accept applications from University students or from young people looking for a college or other placement opportunity.