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Student Involvement

There are a number of ways that students can get involved with the Sexual Violence Prevention Project that range based on a student's area of interest, skills, and time commitment.

Peer Advisors, Educators, Facilitators, etc.

Many students and student organizations are already working in conjunction with SVPP by providing peer support, educational programs, or facilitated discussions. For more information or to get more involved, please contact:

Student Internships

Student internships provide undergraduate students the opportunity to work closely with the professional staff on the Project Team and immerse themselves more fully into one particular aspect of the Project. Internships may range from 5-40 hours/week depending on Project needs and student interest, with both paid and volunteer options available. For inquiries about available opportunities email

Student Advisory Board

The Student Advisory Board assists in the ongoing development and implementation of the Sexual Violence Prevention Project by:

  • contributing their ideas and opinions and representing their peer groups' voices (like an undergraduate Think Tank)
  • using Design Thinking methodology to help guide implementation
  • helping disseminate information about SVPP to their peers
  • participating in and helping recruit peers for focus groups and program pilots

The inaugural Board was selected this fall for the 2017-2018 academic year and is made up of a diverse array of undergraduate students. Members work approximately 2-3 hours per week on Advisory Board duties, including hearing from and talking with their communities and actively participating in working meetings. For more information email

Surveys & Focus Groups

In order to design and deliver worthwhile and effective experiences, we need student input! By participating in surveys and focus groups with content pertaining to SVPP's focus areas, students play an integral part in the design and development of the overall Project. These opportunities include campus-wide surveys about Orientation & Residential Life, the Dartmouth Health Survey, the Sexual Misconduct Climate Survey, pre- and post surveys for programs like DBI and MAV, Pulse surveys, and focus groups sponsored by the Student Wellness Center. 

Student Suggestions/Ideas

If you don't have time to get super involved but have an idea you'd like us to explore, please email us at We'd love to hear from you!


Last Updated: 2/2/18