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BAE

BREAKERS

The BAE Breaker Leadership Team will work individually & collectively (with BAE Breakers in other states) utilizing SafeBAE’s materials. The BAE Breakers will also consult and collaborate with each other to help develop new activist tools or complement existing materials within their own schools.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Each BAE Breaker will:

  • Be a high school student.

  • Collect before and after surveys from the students that have received SafeBAE’s materials.

  • Commit to being a BAE Breaker from September 2019-June 2020.

  • Identify an adult advisor to work with throughout the year.  They will need to agree to help you meet the goals outlined here and should be in some way affiliated with your school/community group (teacher, guidance counselor, parent, etc.)  

  • Create a SafeBAE Squad in your school or enhance an existing school club which encompasses SafeBAE’s mission and goals.

  • Recruit no less than five student members to the Squad that will enable the BAE Breaker to delegate responsibilities and leadership roles outlined in the Toolkit. This will allow education to reach a broader and more diverse community.

  • Utilize all kit materials to raise awareness about SafeBAE's work.

  • Host a minimum of one fundraiser/awareness raiser during the school year.

  • Outreach to local direct service agencies to inquire about their prevention work (regarding dating violence/sexual assault) in local schools, to include them in your efforts and potentially work with them in the  fundraiser.

  • Join and participate in a private BAE Breaker, staff and co-founders’ only Facebook group for the purposes of sharing information, articles, ideas and support with the other BAE Breakers across the U.S. This will also be a place to problem solve and exchange best practices with your counterparts from around the country.

  • Periodic check in meetings with SafeBAE staff.

  • Identify yourself as a SafeBAE employee and BAE Breaker on all social media profiles.

  • Agree to be identified as a ‘2019-2020 SafeBAE BAE Breaker’ on all SafeBAE print and digital materials.

  • Promote SafeBAE and SafeBAE’s mission on your social media accounts.

  • Submit to SafeBAE an end-of-year quote about your experience being a BAE Breaker & recommendations.

SafeBAE will:

  • Provide a starter kit to each BAE Breaker (tees, posters, buttons, etc.)

  • Provide before and after surveys for BAE Breakers to administer locally.  

          

  • Provide any requested letters of recommendation, volunteer paperwork, community service requirements, etc.

TO APPLY

                    Just sign up here

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