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What is Peer Impact?
Peer Impact is a course run by Broxtowe Youth Homelessness.
BYH have been working in secondary schools in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire for many years. We raise awareness about homelessness, talk about what help is available and aim to prevent future homelessness.
We believe that the best people to talk to young people about the reality of homelessness and hostel-life are those who have been through it themselves.
We train young people to share their experience of homelessness with other young people in a classroom environment. Our peer educators are amazing – teachers and students describe them as inspirational, informative and vital to preventing future homelessness.
Why be a Peer Educator?
Not only is Peer Impact a chance to help others, there’s a few things in it for you too…
– Flexible training
– A nationally recognised qualification
– Transferrable skills
– Increased confidence
– Individual support
– A chance to meet new people
– Opportunities to influence services for young homeless people
– A productive use of time
– A chance to play a positive role in the community
– A boost for your CV
– Expenses reimbursed
Want to know more?
If you have any questions or would like to find out more about training and volunteering as a Peer Educators, get in touch!
Give us a call on: 0115 9396760
Email us: [email protected]
Tweet us: @homestreethome1
Facebook: Broxtowe Youth Homelessness
BYH, 1 Church Walk, Stapleford, Nottingham NG9 8DE
Lunch provided, transport costs will be covered.