Peer Education

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Learn more about the Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance. 


Request a VOICE Workshop

You can request a VOICE presentation for your residence hall, chapter or student organization on topics such as:
    Introduction to sexual violence
    Bystander intervention
    Healthy relationships
    Sexual violence response/supporting survivors

Programs are a minimum of 45 minutes.

For a student VOICE Peer Educator-led presentation, submit a request form here. 

For a staff-led presentation, submit a program request form through Health Initiatives here


Student Groups:

PAUSE (People Against Unwanted Sexual Experiences) Student Organization | Open to New Members!

PAUSE is a new student organization that is focused on preventing sexual violence and raising awareness of this issue on our campus. If you are interested in joining or learning more, please email

PAUSE hopes to:
  • Build an extended network of allies against sexual violence.

  • Provide opportunities for involvement in sexual violence prevention at a variety of commitment levels.

  • Compile sexual violence prevention and recovery resources from existing on and off-campus sources.

  • Develop a campus culture of healthy sexuality on Georgia Tech's campus.

  • Host a variety of speakers and forums to educate students about issues related to sexual violence prevention and healthy sexuality.

  • Aid in the production and execution of existing campus sexual violence prevention efforts.

  • Help host events for Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October) and Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April).

SGA Sexual Violence Advisory Board (SVAB) 

The SVAB is an inclusive and diverse SGA-led student subcommittee, formed as a branch of the Sexual Violence Prevention Alliance (SVPA),as a result of the Presidential Task Force on Sexual Violence recommendations. This subcommittee serves as the eyes and ears on the ground about what is happening on campus with regard to sexual violence and related policies, and the subcommittee should be able to easily connect with senior administration, faculty, and staff to ensure that the recommendations of the Presidential Task Force on Sexual Violence are made a priority. For more information about this committee and how to join, email the Chair, Matthew Wolfsen:


VOICE Peer Education Program

Every fall semester, VOICE trains a new cohort of Peer Educators, a diverse group of dedicated students trained to educate other students on issues related to sexual violence prevention and survivor support. We are no longer accepting applications for VOICE Peer Educators, but if you are interested in learning more about getting involved with this program in the future, please email the program advisor, Tiffiny  Hughes-Troutman at

If you would like to request a Peer Educator-led training for your student organization, residence hall, or class, submit a request form here.