That’s exactly what being an It’s On Us Regional Advisor is about: connecting with others who share a similar passion, strengthening your leadership skills, healing, and building friendships that will last a lifetime.
Being a Regional Advisor takes dedication and leadership. If you have a passion to create positive change and take your involvement with It’s On Us to the next level, apply to be an It’s On Us Regional Advisor today.
As a Regional Advisor, you will oversee a cohort of It’s On Us student-led chapters within a certain geographic region. Additionally, there are At-Large Regional advisors who work with students of specific identities, such as those who participate in Greek life, attend HBCUs or community colleges, and students with disabilities.
There is extra responsibility that comes with the role, such as hosting conference calls and being a source of support for the organizers in your region. It may seem like a big job at first, but our team will be here to support you every step of the way. You will build skills and meaningful relationships that you otherwise might not have an opportunity to obtain.
✅ Current college students
✅ Underrepresented movement-builders ready to take action in the movement to combat sexual violence on U.S. college campuses
✅ Veteran campus organizers eager to work directly in a leadership role with It’s On Us
WHAT CAN REGIONAL ADVISORS EXPECT TO DO:
✅ Host regular check-in calls with the chapter leads within their region
✅ Have regular check-in calls with the It’s On Us Director of Campus Organizing
✅ Facilitate train-the-trainer trainings with chapter leads and members within their region
✅ Recruit new chapters into the It’s On Us Campus Organizing Program
✅ Assist with event and program planning, logistics, and execution
✅ Other duties as applicable
If you have the interest and passion for combatting sexual violence on campus, but haven’t been able to serve in a leadership role as meaningfully as you have wanted in the past due to underrepresentation, we encourage you to apply for this role.
Our Campus Organizing Program is divided into nine geographic regions, each overseen by a Regional Advisor. Along with this, there are At-Large Regional advisors who work with diverse groups of students, such as those in Greek life, attending HBCUs or community colleges, and students with disabilities. If taking on this leadership position in the movement to prevent sexual assault is something you want to take part in, apply to be a Regional Advisor today.
Please record a short (2-3 min max) video talking about why you’re applying for the position and what you can bring to the table as a Regional Advisor!