Aaron Kay

Youth Educator


As an Early RAPP Educator, Aaron facilitates workshops for middle school students about teen dating violence and healthy relationships.

Aaron has extensive experience building curricula for youth in Jewish camping settings about youth empowerment, identity, and community. In 2018, Aaron co-authored the Curriculum for Fostering Healthier Masculinities, a resource for camping communities about emotional support and expression for masculine-identifying youth. 

Before joining Day One, Aaron worked on the Safe Horizon hotlines for domestic violence, sexual assault, and crime. He has also provided case management and counselling for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Saratoga Springs, NY, where he achieved a bachelor's degree in Social Work from Skidmore College. On his college campus, Aaron facilitated workshops about gender identity with the Skidmore Feminist Action Network, and ran a discussion series about identity and community through Skidmore Hillel.

Aaron is proud to be a part of Day One, where he shares with his coworkers the belief that young people have the power to lead their lives and communities in creating cultures of safety and liberation.

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