Safe Student Initiative

Hey, aren't you in my bio class?

There are simple techniques you can use to stop a potential assault before it happens.

Jane Doe No More’s Safe Student Initiative® is a survivor-led series of impactful programs that educates students, faculty and staff about the pervasive problem of sexual violence and what roles we all can play to prevent it.

Our programs are tailored for middle school, high school and college audiences. We provide tools and training for long-term advocacy and prevention. And more importantly we get students talking.

We offer:

  • Highly compassionate and experience informed staff
  • Contemporary and trending topics to keep material engaging and relevant
  • Meet your state and federal mandates including Title IX and Erin's Law.
  • Pre and post event surveys for evidence-based measurement

To date we have spoken to more than 10,000 students at private and public schools, colleges and universities in NY, OH, PA, MA, MO & CT.

Minimize the risk to your institution and keep your students safer by bringing this Safe Student Initiative to your campus.

Download Safe Student Initiative Application and email to info@janedoenomore.org:


45-90 minute in school assembly, includes survey questions, and in person and anonymous text Q&A

Age appropriate topics will be discussed:

  • Healthy and Unhealthy relationships
  • Gender Respect
  • Sexual Consent
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Victim Support

Our survivors will share their personal stories, educate students and staff, and encourage interactivity, all of which is guaranteed to engage students in discussions that will continue long after we’ve left.


Crucial Conversations

2-hour evening event for students and parents/caregivers

Students and parents/caregivers come together, and break apart, to engage in crucial conversations about personal safety, sexual respect, and self-confidence with Jane Doe No More facilitators. The evening is structured to allow for individual, gender specific and group expression. We conclude with a ceremony honoring open communication and loving support. Appropriate for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.


"Thank you and your team for the wonderful presentation last week. One very noticeable piece was that all of the students were fully engaged throughout – I didn’t see one cellphone being used. This speaks volumes!." - Donna Nestler-Rusack, Assistant Superintendent, Avon Schools.


45-90 minute in school assembly, includes survey questions, and in person and anonymous text Q&A

Age appropriate topics will be discussed:

  • Healthy and Unhealthy relationships
  • Sexual Consent
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Define rape culture and discuss every day examples
  • Victim Support

Our survivors will share their personal stories, educate students and staff, and encourage interactivity, all of which is guaranteed to engage students in discussions that will continue long after we’ve left.

"The presentation was a hit. The faculty and kids really benefitted from it. I am hoping to bring you and your organization back next year. Thank you so much for your wonderful work." -Jessica W.M. Toffey, Health and Wellness Curriculum Coordinator Cheshire Academy.


Our Safe Student Initiative is designed to help meet your campus safety requirements under Title IX and the Clery Act. These programs seamlessly integrate into your service learning courses offered for incoming students. They are also ideal for use in supporting your residential life, athletics and public safety departments, Hellenic societies, student clubs and activities, and student life coordinators. Sexual Violence affects us ALL!

45-90 minute in school assembly, includes survey questions, and in person and anonymous text Q&A

In our assembly-like Safe Student Initiative Signature Program, we’ll discuss the following topics age appropriately

  • Gender Respect
  • Sexual Consent
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Define rape culture and discuss every day examples
  • Victim Support

Our survivors will share their personal stories, educate students and staff, and encourage interactivity, all of which is guaranteed to engage students in discussions that will continue long after we’ve left.

"It was a great message from both of you. We appreciate you sharing. As the leader of the largest men's team on campus it is a topic that requires daily and weekly discussion and education. Your message last night was very powerful in many ways. Thank you again."- Joe Adam, Head Football Coach, St Anselm College, NH


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