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SARP Ambassadors assist in the planning and implementation of SARP events and initiatives, facilitate programs, provide valuable feedback on campus initiatives and facilitate important conversations with other BU students about interpersonal violence. 

SARP Ambassadors are committed to building community, creating a safer campus, and preventing sexual misconduct. If this sounds like you apply to be a SARP ambassador today. 

SARP Ambassador Responsibilities:  

  • Weekly Meetings: Monday nights from 6pm-8pm
    • These weekly meetings are an opportunity to brainstorm and collaborate on ideas to discuss interpersonal violence. Ambassadors deepen their knowledge by discussing current events, meeting with guest speakers, and hearing from staff. These meetings cover a range of topics such as rape culture, racial justice, classism, ableism, and other intersecting issues that impact our ability to prevent sexual violence.

  • Tabling
    • SARP ambassadors spend a portion of their hours doing outreach work to build awareness about SARP resources. Tabling involves attending events, at the GSU, and other locations frequented by students. Through tabling students are also able to share important prevention messages such as how to be a prosocial bystander or be an ally to survivors with intersecting identities.   

  • Awareness and Events
    • Encouraging others to be invested in preventing sexual misconduct can be done in so many ways! Here are a few examples of the many campaigns, events, and activities that SARP ambassadors have hosted over the years:
      • Incarcerated Survivors Letter Writing Event  
      • White Ribbon Week
      • I Will Walk With You
      • Sexual Assault Awareness Week
      • Domestic Violence Awareness Month 

Want to join the team? 


All undergraduate BU students are invited and encouraged to apply to be SARP Ambassadors. 

  • Students must be in good judicial and academic standing with Boston University 
  • Availability during training sessions and Monday evenings for our weekly meeting 
  • Ability to commit 4-6 hours to prevention activities and completion of the SARP bystander intervention and consent training during this time 
  • Ability to participate in a team building retreat  

Application Process 

  • After you submit your written application that is due by 2/28 you will find out about getting an interview by 3/23
  • Individual interviews will take place during the week of March 28th– March 30th 
  • Group interviews will be on March 31st and April 1st 
  • Final decisions will be sent out in April 
  • Questions: Please email prevent@bu.edu. 

The application for the 2022-2023 academic year is now closed.