e-MPOWER: Youth Peer Trainer

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  • Apply by: 27/10/2021 11:59 pm CEST

DEADLINE EXTENDED: 27 October 2021

EATG in partnership with the Association Legebitra (Slovenia) and the European Sex Workers’ Rights Alliance (ESWA [formerly ICRSE]) continues implementation of the: “Partnership to overcome challenges of online learning and to empower youth actors in the field of sexual health promotion, in the COVID-19 era” project (e-MPOWER, Erasmus +Grant No 008320).


For one of the e-MPOWER deliverables, EATG is hiring one youth Peer Trainer (between 18-30 years of age) who is looking to gain experience within a team of four Peer Trainers on: developing, delivering, and evaluating online trainings targeted to youth on sexual health in relation to the key populations for the e-MPOWER project (sex workers, people living with HIV, and LGBTI persons).


Task description

The Peer Trainer is expected to complete the following tasks:


  • Attend and participate in Train-the-Trainer sessions.
  • Prepare the Pilot Training sessions for Youth Activists.
  • Deliver Pilot Training sessions for Youth Activists.


Please note that previous experience in delivering online training is not necessary but is considered an asset. We also strongly encourage youth who belong to at least one of the key project populations (LGBTI+, living with HIV, sex workers) to apply.


Desired Peer Trainer profile:

  • Must be located in an Erasmus + Programme Country.
  • Between the ages of 18-30 years.
  • Good English oral and writing skills.
  • Ability to communicate on sensitive topics in a respectful and safe manner.
  • Willingness to learn and share ideas with other youth.
  • Interest in developing presentation and computer (PowerPoint, Zoom meeting) skills.


Application process

Interested candidates are invited to send a brief description on their motivation to become a Peer Trainer and a CV to Sarah North () by 20 October 2021 (23:59 CEST).


Please see the ToR for more details.

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