Awareness. Education. Prevention.


Local Labor Trafficking: Awareness and Prevention (LLTAP) is Girl Scout Ambassador Sheridan Moore's Gold Award Project.  The project is based in Snohomish County, Washington, and serves schools and organizations, and community spaces within the county.  It was originally initiated to combat the lack of education surrounding local Labor Trafficking for high school students.  The main component of the project is a hour-long educational presentation geared towards students, but applicable for anyone.  Moore gave several of these presentations at Snohomish county high schools, youth group meetings, and community organizations during the 2018-19 school year.  In order to make this project a sustainable resource in Snohomish County for years to come, Moore has enlisted a team of Facilitators who will continue to present the program to students and adults alike.


For more information about our current speakers, visit the "Team" page.          


Local Labor Trafficking: Awareness and Prevention (LLTAP) is a project based in Snohomish County, Washington, to bring awareness to the prevalence of forced labor in the community.  LLTAP's main goal is to educate high school students about what THEY can do to help spread awareness, and combat Labor Trafficking in their lives.    



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