No, we work with people of all genders who are involved in sex work. Since our inception, we have pushed for systemic changes in attitudes toward, and the treatment of, all people who are involved in sex work.

No. While we do have a number of current or former sex workers on staff, our staff have a wide range of experiences both within and outside of sex work. With that said, we firmly believe that services are strengthened when relationships are based on mutual experience and Sex Workers are able to receive support from one another.

While the exact skills vary depending on the position available, we look for staff who are non-judgmental, compassionate, and committed to Sex Worker rights. Hiring preference is always given to individuals who have direct experience in sex work, in addition to the skills and education required of the position.

Our career opportunities are advertised on our website and at Charity Village. Please note that we currently have no openings.

Volunteers are the backbone of many of our activities at PACE, and play an especially important role in special events. We welcome volunteers with diverse experiences and work with volunteers to identify ways in which they can best contribute to our organization. We expect all volunteers to treat our members with respect, dignity, and non-judgment at all times. If you are interested in volunteering with our organization, please contact us by phone at (604) 872-7651 or email at pace-admin@telus.net.

We accept practicum students on a case-by-case basis, depending upon our organizational capacity and requirements of the practicum placement. If you are interested in completing a practicum placement with our organization, we ask that you please contact us by email at pace-admin@telus.net. In your message, we ask that you please let us know why you are interested in completing a practicum placement or internship with our organization (200 words or less) and provide us with a resume outlining your background.

We understand that Sex Workers are disproportionately impacted by intersecting social and structural inequalities, such as sexism (including transphobia), racism, colonialism, and poverty, that undermine their access to social, health, and legal supports. Among other things, we advocate for: affordable housing; access to health and substance use services; child custody and supports; tenant rights; family reunification; and, legal access reforms.