More than 500 colleges, universities, and higher education partners use Soteria's Bringing in the Bystander® College Prevention Program and Know Your Power® Social Media Marketing Campaign. Backed by over a decade of research and evaluation, these proven resources can help you build a safe, respectful community. We also provide training, consultation, and evaluation services.


Bringing in the Bystander College Prevention Program

An in-person educational program that encourages participants to become positive bystanders in instances of sexual and interpersonal violence and harassment. Participants learn to identify problem situations; they also learn practical skills for safe and effective intervention.


Evaluation and Consultation

Soteria can provide your school and partners with technical assistance focused on the development, implementation, and evaluation of prevention tools and frameworks, compliance strategies, survivor services, research measures and strategic planning, all of which can help you more effectively address sexual and interpersonal violence and harassment in your community. For example:

- Receive technical assistance grounded in research, theory and evidence-based evaluation.
- Build capacity to comply with Title IX, VAWA, the Clery Act, Title VII, and state laws.
- Design strategies to create and sustain violence-free learning, working and living environments.

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Know Your Power Social Marketing Campaign

Used in more than 200 colleges, Know Your Power, an image-based social marketing campaign, portrays realistic and provocative
scenarios that highlight the important role of all community members in ending sexual and interpersonal violence and harassment. Learn more

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Our one-day facilitator training course will enable your staff to provide either the 90-minute or 4.5 hour version of the Bringing in the Bystander College College Prevention Program to your students, staff, and faculty.

Schools or their partners may elect to host this facilitator training in open sessions. Schools which host regional training sessions for 30 or more people receive two free places.

Our training calendar provides details on upcoming sessions, or you can contact us with specific questions.