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LOS ANGELES, CA — APAC (Adult Performer Advocacy Committee) is proud to announce the launch of its Peer-to-Peer (PTP) Mentorship Program. The program aims to provide adult performers with strong, professional one-on-one mentoring relationships to empower them throughout their careers.

Mentee applications will be accepted from now until June 15th and can be submitted through the APAC website at APAC Mentoring.

Additionally, those interested in becoming a mentor can apply through the site. Peer mentors must have at least two years experience in the adult industry, follow a Code of Conduct as outlined in the APAC PTP Guidebook and complete a two-hour in-person training. Mentor training will include information on the model bill of rights, the PTP Code of Conduct, APAC support resources and non-violent communication methods.

“APAC recognizes that there is a wealth of knowledge in the performer community and the mentorship program was developed to be a medium through which that knowledge can be exchanged between experienced and new performers,” said APAC President Mia Little.

APAC will be hosting a BBQ on July 1, 2018. It will be the first opportunity for mentors and mentees to meet in a casual setting as part of APAC’s larger community-building event. Exact location and time will be sent directly to those participating.