Summer Peer Leadership Institute (SPLI)
SPLI trains peer leaders to be educators and advocates in their schools. Through interactive training, they develop leadership skills and tools for community engagement and activism. Over the duration of the program, students acquire a heightened understanding of topics pertaining to social justice, ending relationship abuse and sexual violence, and engaging their communities in social change.
Students apply during the spring, and are accepted into this paid, seven-week leadership program. They return to their campuses in the fall and engage in peer-to-peer education and awareness activities throughout the school year.