Are you committed to ending sexual assault and dating abuse on your campus?

As a Campus Ambassador, you can take a leadership role and continue the conversation on sexual assault and dating abuse at your school.

This year-long position for members of Zeta Beta Tau and Sigma Delta Tau is an opportunity to gain valuable grassroots organizing experience. JWI will provide the tools, training and resources to turn your ideas into action. Campus Ambassadors will mobilize campuses across the country and work alongside other student activists. Multiple ambassadors from the same school are welcome.

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Campus Ambassadors:

  • Coordinate a minimum of two events/campaigns in the current or next academic year - such as a petition drive for the latest piece of legislation on sexual assault or a workshop on healthy relationships. What interests you, and what would work best on your campus? JWI will help.
  • Bring a public awareness campaign to your campus. Get the conversation going on dating abuse and sexual assault using social media, posters, tabling and more. JWI will provide the training and materials to choose from, and you make it happen!
  • Recruit a network of at least 50 students for JWI’s Campus Action Network, JWI's advocacy listserv that keeps you up-to-date on what's happening in Washington, D.C. around sexual assault and intimate partner violence, and asks you to sign on to action alerts.
  • Write posts for the JWI blog about the change you’re making on campus.
  • Keep your chapter and the Greek community informed on sexual assault and dating abuse by forwarding articles and action alerts, and inviting your chapter to campus events on these issues.
  • Join quarterly conference calls/webinars that will connect you with other student leaders across the country to share challenges, successes and strategies. JWI will teach you about the issues, organizing and making your voice heard.


  • Current student at an accredited college/university who will be on campus (i.e., not abroad) for the 2016-2017 year
  • Member of SDT or ZBT
  • Demonstrates strong communication, interpersonal, planning, and writing skills
  • Possesses student leadership experience (on or off campus and in the community)
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