Join our team! Here is a list of our current positions:

Prevention Interns

SARP Prevention interns work in collaboration with SARP staff to facilitate prevention programming and evaluation, develop social media and marketing strategies, and curate prevention content and materials. Graduate Students Only.

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SARP Ambassador

SARP Ambassadors are a community of students who work together in the mission to build community, promote sex-positivity, and drive change to prevent sexual and interpersonal violence at Boston University (BU).  They assist in the planning and implementation of SARP events and initiatives, implement programs, provide valuable feedback on campus sexual violence initiatives, and facilitate important conversations with other BU students. Undergraduate Students Only.

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SARP Actor

SARP Actors work in collaboration with SARP staff to write and perform skits about sexual misconduct prevention at Incoming Student Orientation. The skits focus primarily on bystander intervention and explore how as prosocial bystanders we can intervene in situations to affect outcomes in a positive way.

BU students who are interested in creating a safer community and thinking critically about sexual misconduct prevention messaging are encouraged to apply. Returning Undergraduate Students Only.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Legislative Agenda

SARP’s Legislative Agenda was launched in the Spring of 2024. This agenda highlights legislation in Massachusetts that would positively impact that lives of survivors on Boston University’s campus. It supports our mission, especially as it relates to the values of survivor rights, equity, and justice. Click here to learn more about this and find out how you can get involved.

Incarcerated Survivors Letter Writing Action

SARP hosts a monthly letter-writing action to incarcerated survivors of domestic and sexual violence. We write letters to reduce the feelings of isolation and improve the well-being of survivors who are incarcerated. We were inspired by Survived and Punished, an organization that supports incarcerated survivors, particularly women of color.

New and old letter writers welcome! To register for this event please click here.