Do you want to share your experience with sexual violence to inspire change?
BARCC is hosting a survivor speaker training for people interested in sharing their stories with media, in legislative actions, and elsewhere.
“The Speakers Bureau Training is such a supportive environment where I learned how to share my story in ways that educate others about sexual violence and inspire advocacy and action.” –Sarah, survivor speaker for more than five years
The training will focus on how to tell your story, interact with audiences, and answer questions. This training will give you the tools to do the following:
- Speak with the media
- Be a part of legislative action
- Speak with schools, colleges, and communities
- Use your voice to create change
BARCC's Survivor Speakers Bureau is also a great opportunity to connect with other survivor speakers.
Read more about the Survivor Speakers Bureau.
Location: All trainings will be held at BARCC's 99 Bishop Allen Dr. office located in Cambridge, MA. There is metered parking and the office is easily accessible by public transit near the Central Square stop on the Red Line and several bus routes.
Time: Monday evenings, 6:30–8:00 p.m.
Dates: October 17-December 5.
Notes: Speakers must be able to commit to all of the dates of training. The Survivors Speakers Bureau is open to survivors of all genders.
For more information: Contact Steph Trilling, director of BARCC's Community Awareness and Prevention Services, at 617-492-8306 or via e-mail.
Applications due: Friday, September 16
Download the application.