STUDENT COUNCIL
Equipping students to raise awareness and take action


The AFRJ®Student Councilis…

  • Formed by high school students across the United States

  • Passionate about taking action NOW

  • Committed to becoming lifelong advocates

Get involved today Download the Student Council Toolkit

This Toolkit, created by the Student Council, is filled with ideas and information that will help students raise awareness in their schools and take action in their local communities. Download the toolkit today and get equipped to make a difference!

Download the Toolkit

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Discover how you can make a difference

Meet Sabrina and Raj, two high school students who engage in simple ways to make a big difference.

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More Student Resources


Take a look at these great additional resources for students and schools.

Human Trafficking in America's Schools

Share this resource with your school administrators to strengthen policies and protocols, provided by the U.S. Dept. of Education. Visit Site

Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report

Use this resource for your research and reports on human trafficking by country, updated annually by the U.S. Dept. of State. Visit Site

Blue Campaign

Watch videos and download resources to help raise awareness of labor and sex trafficking, provided by the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security. Visit Site

National Human Trafficking Hotline

Report human trafficking – or seek help – by phone (888-373-7888), text (233733), or online chat. Visit Site

The Empower Youth Program

Bring this program to your school or group to get equipped with safety strategies and understand the different forms of exploitation that impact youth. Visit Site

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)

Access tools and information for students of all ages, families, and community members. Visit Site

Netsmartz Teens

Discover how to keep yourself – and your friends – safe online with games, videos, comics, and quizzes. Visit Site

25 Types of Human Trafficking

Learn about the 25 types of human trafficking present in the United States, and other reports, provided by Polaris. Visit Site

State Report Cards

Review the report cards for how each state is working to end domestic minor sex trafficking, provided by Shared Hope In’tl. Visit Site