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SHARE: Education Team Involvement Opportunities

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Request a SHARE training/workshop

Sign your group up for a workshop on various sexuality education programs with SHARE. Click here to fill out the form.

Follow the SHARE: Education team on Instagram

Follow @shareatstanford to learn about sexuality-centered topics, campus events, tips on how to take action as individuals and as communities, and other ways to get involved throughout the academic year.

SHARE Supporters Listserv

Sign up here for the SHARE Supporters email listserv to learn more about SHARE, related events and programming, and volunteer & job opportunities.


The PEERs (Prevent, Educate, Empower, Refer) are paid student peer educators that Prevent harms, Educate about holistic health and well-being, Empower our community, and Refer students to campus resources. They are trained in the fundamentals of public health as it relates to the following topic areas: substance use, sexual citizenship, and health promotion. Learn more here.

SHARE: Education Team Ambassadors Program

The SHARE Education Team is looking for members of the Stanford community who are passionate about promoting sexual citizenship on campus. The SHARE Ambassadorship is an on-going volunteer opportunity that forms an integral part of furthering SHARE Ed’s mission of creating a more caring and empathetic community. 

We encourage everyone passionate about changing campus culture around sexuality and relationships to join regardless of experience and inclusive of all identities and class years. Additionally, we encourage students to join even if they are limited in how much time they are able to commit. 

More information about the Ambassadorship can be found here. You can also sign up to be an Ambassador here.

Violence Intervention & Prevention

Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Program is an organization of representatives from the Stanford Greek Community who are committed to addressing the issues of sexual and relationship violence on our campus. Learn more here.