Implementation

Our student-led program gives institutions flexibility in choosing how to use it. Whether the goal is to bring the program to the entire student body, all freshmen, students in residence halls, specific student groups, or attendees of Sexual Assault Awareness Month events, we help our campus partners create the implementation plan that works best for them. 

With an implementation plan in place, we train a cohort of students to facilitate sessions with their peers. The size of the facilitator cohort is the primary basis of our pricing. It is determined by the number of students that need to be reached and by how frequently facilitators deliver sessions. A moderate-sized cohort with availability to faciliate sessions throughout the school year allows for great reach even at large institutions.

Serving as a facilitator is a great way for students to develop leadership skills, build their résumés, and make new friends, while playing a key part in improving their campus. There are many groups on campus that are natural fits for the role of facilitator, including

  • RAs
  • peer educators
  • orientation group leaders
  • leadership/service scholarship cohorts
  • student organization leaders, and
  • academic communities (Honors students, communications majors, social work majors, etc.)

Informed-U provides facilitators with a 3.5-hour, in-person training that covers our learning tools and methodology, with a focus on managing group dynamics. Once trained, facilitators are certified to deliver sessions until they graduate. In addition to the initial training, we offer ongoing support and resources for facilitators. 

Contact us about building a network of facilitators and implementing our program on your campus. 

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