We are proud to be a finalist in the Change Maker category through BC Business 2020!

What Makes Us Different?

While other programs hire presenters to present educational content, SEE offers an expert who has worked frontline and prevention to deliver engaging specialized presentations. SEE also provides a unique and holistic approach by providing complimentary consultations with Counsellors, Youth Workers, and Administrators following student presentations to address concerns and disclosures. We support after educating!

We were thrilled to have been part of the finalists in the Change Maker category through BC Business:


What We do


Keynote Speaking and Training

Interactive Educational Presentations

Interactive Educational Presentations

With experience speaking to the topic, SEE can speak at your conference or event on a wide range of topics relating to sexual exploitation. Front line staff training can also be provided to social service providers and can be tailored to meet their needs. 


Interactive Educational Presentations

Interactive Educational Presentations

Interactive Educational Presentations

With an interactive and engaging approach, SEE provides innovative workshops tailored to meet your needs. SEE presents to students, teachers, counselors, social service providers, parents, and more. SEE presents at Pro D days, to DPAC parent meetings, and events.



Interactive Educational Presentations


SEE works with school districts, law enforcement agencies, health authorities, app developers, and other to address how sexual exploitation, sextortion, and online exploitation can be prevented and how to serve the needs of children and youth affected by these matters.

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What Is Sexual Exploitation?

Sexual exploitation involves someone under the age of 18 exchanging a sexual act for something in return. A sexual act can be exchanged for money, food, shelter, protection, love, acceptance, popularity, and anything else.

Essentially, sexual exploitation is someone taking advantage of an underaged child for sexual purposes.

Some forms of sexual exploitation:

>Pressure to send naked images

>Pressure to engage in sexual acts at parties

>Forced prostitution by pimps boyfriending or befriending youth

>Sugar daddy/sugar baby relationships

>Online predators grooming for sexual acts or images

>The selling of sexual services by girlfriends of gang members

*For further information, please refer to our infographics on our 'Resources' tab at the top of the page.


Contact Us!

Send a message, ask a concern, or book a workshop!

Sexual Exploitation Education

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

(778) 772-2727 sexualexploitationeducation@gmail.com


Monday - Sunday: 9am-5pm