Peer Empowerment Program (PEP)

PEP

The Peer Empowerment Program, or PEP, allows students of all backgrounds to come together and address sexual violence on Tech’s campus. PEP students are involved in developing a student focused action plan. From planning events to acting as peer representation standing up to sexual violence, PEP is a great way to become involved and make a tremendous impact on Tech’s campus!  
picture of peer empowerment program members

Ready to join the team? 

Fabulous! PEP is always looking for passionate individuals to join the team. The process to join PEP is:

  1. Submit the application below. Once it is reviewed, you may be contacted to proceed to the next step. 
  2. Interview with the PEP President and faculty advisor. A successful interview means you will be invited to training.
  3. Attend the mandatory PEP training.

PEP Application: 

If it is not safe for us to contact you via e-mail, please leave an alternate way for us to contact you.
If this is not a safe number to contact, please leave 888-888-8888.
Please write the contact information for at least TWO references. References could be supervisors, professors, teachers, coworkers, etc. They should be people who can speak to your character and why you would be a good fit for PEP.
 

 

Request Information about PEP

Not sure if PEP is the right fit for you? Fill out the form below for more information, or contact Project AWAKEN through our social media, or send us an email at awaken@tntech.edu  


 

 

 

 

 

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