Become a What is Love School-Based Educator

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Become a School-Based Educator.

What is LOVE recruits, trains and supervises college students so they can use our researched-based curriculum for preventing teen dating violence and promoting safe and healthy relationships in high schools.
This comprehensive, best-practiced training includes everything from how to implement a school-wide dating violence policy to teaching high school students how to be leaders in preventing dating violence.
Here is what we can offer.
Real responsibility: You will report to one person, have your own projects with clear goals, and be reviewed.
Fun: This matters to us, you will have fun tackling a difficult topic.
Growth: You'll be invited to our team meetings and have tons of learning opportunities.

  • Table at community events
  • Conduct classroom presentations
  • Lead 6-week intensive workshops with small groups (8-10) of students
  • Implement School-Wide awareness campaigns
  • Administer a school climate survey to assess needs

Interested in applying?
Educator-Interns must have strong verbal and presentation skills, reliable transportation (including a valid driver's license and proof of insurance), and be willing to submit to finger-printing, background check and TB test.

General requirements:
Able to meet in person or check in remotely once per week
Committed to volunteering for one full year
Passionate about changing the world; committed to social change

Selection process

  • Interested candidates must submit an application
  • All applicants must attend an INTERVIEW SESSION
  • Educator-Interns will be selected based on:

Presentation skills
Interest in promoting healthy relationships
Dedication to youth mentorship

Click here for application

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It is not your fault.

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Text “hello” to 741741 to connect 24/7 to confidential kind support.

Call 866.331.9474 to speak with a trained LoveisRespect peer advocate for support for yourself or a loved one.

Call 800.799.7233 National Domestic Violence 24/7 hotline to talk to an expert for support for yourself or a loved one.

Call 911 If you are in immediate danger.


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