VOICE Peer Educators are diverse and dedicated undergraduate and graduate students at Georgia Tech who complete a semester of training to prepare them to be leaders on campus in educating their peers about topics such as consent, sexual violence prevention, bystander intervention, healthy relationships, and survivor support. VOICE Peer Educators promote culture change by engaging in conversations with their respective communities, uplifting survivors, and challenging norms that reinforce rape culture.
- The application for the 2023-2024 academic will open on Monday August 14th and close on Sunday September 10th @ 12:00 pm.
We're committed to ending sexual violence on Georgia Tech's campus. Join us!
Attend an initial mandatory training retreat
Attend VOICE Peer Educator meetings from 6:00 – 8:00 pm on specified Monday Nights.
Attend a mandatory retreat part 2 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at a scheduled Monday VOICE Peer Educator meeting.
Support the efforts of VOICE Peer Education student leaders to plan, implement, and evaluate events and educational efforts on campus.
Give a minimum of 2 presentations per semester.
Volunteer at a minimum of 2 events or tabling opportunities per semester for at least one hour.
Serve as a role model to their peers.
Effectively refer students to campus resources related to sexual violence and survivor support.
Facilitate meaningful conversations within the GT Community to address social norms that support a culture that tolerates sexual violence.
Utilize effective listening skills to encourage dialogue around sexual violence on campus.
Demonstrate and teach effective skills within bystander intervention, healthy communication, and seeking consent.
Contribute to the VOICE Peer Educator Student leadership’s vision and planning to bring awareness to sexual violence and its impact on GT’s community.
Participate in leadership and professional development opportunities.
Gain experience as a group facilitator and educator.
Develop valuable communication, presentation, and project management skills.
Gain knowledge and training on current sexual violence prevention topics affecting college students.
Receive mentorship and training from health professionals.